September 14, 2019
And he asked him, “What is your gender?” And he answered, saying, “My gender is Legion: for we are many.”
Part of the beauty of Progress is that we’re continually discovering and learning new
genders things. If we want to prepare the younglings to face The Real World once they come of age, we must share with them these things Progress teaches us.
The British Broadcasting Company (BBC) tells primary schoolchildren that there are over 100 genders as part of its “Teach” video series, which has some concerned parents and observers up in arms.
“You know, there are so many gender identities,” declares the head teacher in response to child’s question. “We know that we have got male and female, but there are over 100, if not more, gender identities now.”
The video for schoolchildren aged 9-12 is part of nine new BBC Teach films produced as support material for the personal, social, and health education (PSHE) curriculum in UK schools.
This really is the fundamental knowledge of our time. When kids ask why do they have to go to school, read books, and watch educational videos, you have to tell them the truth.
They have to do it to learn about the Gender Unicorn, and they have to learn about the Gender Unicorn because gender is the most important thing to talk about today other than white people being evil and the Holocaust.
Gender is part of the identity of people, and in some cases, the whole identity. If you deny their gender, you are denying their identity — and that’s no different than committing genocide.
Using the wrong pronoun is the Holocaust, which is why even medical schools are incorporating Never Again measures to ensure the Holocaust doesn’t happen ever again.
The American College of Physicians says its mission is to promote the “quality and effectiveness of health care,” but it’s stepped out of its lane recently with sweeping statements on gun control. And that isn’t the only recent foray into politics by medical professionals. During my term as associate dean of curriculum at the University of Pennsylvania’s medical school, I was chastised by a faculty member for not including a program on climate change in the course of study. As the Journal reported last month, such programs are spreading across medical schools nationwide.
Why have medical schools become a target for inculcating social policy when the stated purpose of medical education since Hippocrates has been to develop individuals who know how to cure patients?
A new wave of educational specialists is increasingly influencing medical education. They emphasize “social justice” that relates to health care only tangentially. This approach is the result of a progressive mind-set that abhors hierarchy of any kind and the social elitism associated with the medical profession in particular.
These educators focus on eliminating health disparities and ensuring that the next generation of physicians is well-equipped to deal with cultural diversity, which are worthwhile goals. But teaching these issues is coming at the expense of rigorous training in medical science. The prospect of this “new,” politicized medical education should worry all Americans.
Only a bigot would worry about something as fantastic as that. Doctors will be able to use the correct pronouns when treating the GRIDS, syphilis, chlamydia and gonorrhea of the Rainbow People, and by doing that they’ll reaffirm their gender identity instead of denying it, thus preventing the Holocaust.
Doctors moving away from rigorous training in medical science is a good thing, as science and so-called “biology” are known hubs of bigoted scum.
This is Progress.