Taxpayer-funded indoctrination of children
Ref 24th September 2015: http://australian-news.net/article/radical-feminists-relentless-war-on-white-males
Accompanying the Prime Minister at the media conference, Minister for Women, Michaela Cash, announced that a new program, the Respectful Relationships programs will be embedded in the Australian education curriculum and will be rolled out in Schools across Australia starting from kindergarten to Year 10.
Such a program is straight out of the Marxist-inspired Social Justice Warriors handbook as evidenced by the imminent rollout of the program in schools throughout the state of Victoria. Children from kindergarten level upwards will be taught about “male privilege” and how “masculinity” encourages “control and dominance” over women.
While the program refers to “gender-based violence”, the overriding emphasis is on men being the perpetrators of violent acts. Proposed lessons will introduce students to the concept of “privilege”, which is described as “automatic, unearned benefits bestowed upon dominant groups” based on “gender, sexuality, race or socio-economic class”. “An awareness of the existence of male privilege is critical in understanding why there is a need for feminist perspectives, and education on gender at all,” the curriculum guide points out.
It also introduces students to the term “hegemonic masculinity”, which is defined as the dominant form of masculinity in society that “requires boys and men to be heterosexual, tough, athletic and emotionless, and encourages the control and dominance of men over women”.
The affliction of Marxist terminology such as “male privilege” and “hegemonic masculinity”, once confined to American campuses, has now inveigled its way into Australian kindergartens. What next? Will the tots start demanding “safe spaces” where they can be free from the “hegemonic masculinity” of the five-year-old boys?
Surrounded by feminist advisers and advocates, Turnbull has fallen for the feminist line that all domestic violence is perpetrated by men. If he had taken the trouble to do his own research,