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Bye Bye Mother’s Day, school and preschools go woke

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If you thought the toxic woke culture taking over our society could get no worse, you were wrong. Now a growing number of schools and childcare centres are replacing Mother’s Day with Parent’s Day in a bid to be more inclusive. Really, ‘inclusive’, I think you are actually alienating the majority of people when you pull woke stunts like these to appease a very small minority.

Mums deserve to be recognised and they deserve their day to be called under the correct name it is, Mother’s Day. But even if you are a grandmother with the care of a child, or a stepmother, or even a foster mother, then you should still embrace the day without the need to change the name.

At the Inner Sydney Montessori School, a Parent’s and Carer’s morning tea will be held instead. Maybe all the dads should rock up in skirts for the event. Seems the most woke thing to do.

One of the peak advocacy group Early Childhood Australia issued its official advice for Mothers and Father’s Day in late April, providing educators with a guide on how to include “diverse” families on both occasions.

Some of the advice offered in this diverse document includes.

Avoid gender stereotypes in children’s crafts. Steer away from cards with flowers for mum or ties for dad” Ok so appealing to a woman’s feminine side is wrong and appealing to a man’s masculine side is wrong. What the hell are these educators trying to do to these children, no wonder children are confused about their identity when we are now actually making kids think it’s wrong to be their natural self. I wonder if they will make pink tutu’s for fathers this Father’s Day.

Use the day to talk about different kinds of families. Not every family has one mum and one dad. Make it safe to celebrate any supportive relationship a child has. Provide books in the classroom that show different kinds of families” Really is this needed, this is just indoctrination. Nothing more nothing less.

This woke culture is like a toxic cancer on society that needs to be stopped.

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