‘No Such Thing as Girls and Boys’? Canadian Couple Files Complaint After Gender Lessons Confuse Daughter

    Updated: June 25, 2019 at 10:35 pm EST  See Comments

    Originally Published on This Site

    OTTAWA — A Canadian couple has filed a complaint with a human rights tribunal as they state that their six-year-old daughter came home confused after her teacher allegedly told the class that there is “no such thing as girls and boys.”

    Jason and Pamela Buffone state that first graders at Devonshire Community Public School in Ottawa, Ontario were shown a video last year entitled “He, She and They?!? — Gender.” The video (pictured above) is part of a YouTube channel called Queer Kid Stuff.

    “Well, Teddy, did you know that some people aren’t boys or girls?” the host asked the talking teddy bear “Teddy.” “Some people are boys. Some people are girls. And some people are people.”

    As the host had told Teddy that there’s nothing wrong with boys wearing dresses, a confused Teddy then asked how one can know someone’s gender if boys and girls can wear the same clothes.

    “All you have to do is ask someone what their pronoun is,” the host asserted. “When you meet someone, just ask them what their pronoun is.”

    Teddy then concluded that he doesn’t feel like a boy or a girl, “so I guess my pronoun is ‘they.’”

    The Buffones state that during the course of two months of gender lessons, including the teacher allegedly telling the class that “there is no such thing as girls and boys” and “girls are not real and boys are not real,” their daughter came home confused as to why it

    The remainder of this article is available in its entirety at Christian News

    Share Your Thoughts

    A Quick Note…

    Already a subscriber? Login to remove advertisements. Not a subscriber? Join the Christian Journal and gain access to hundreds of presentations and exclusives that cover today's events and how they impact you, your life, and your soul. All while supporting independent Christian researchers trying to make a difference.