BBC: Australian students to be taught about 'male privilege'
The "respectful relationship" curriculum will be mandatory in all schools in Victoria from next year.
Notice the doublespeak (which is ubiquitous in feminist propaganda): not "feminist indoctrination", but "respectful relationships curriculum". Nobody could be against "respect relationships" right?
Students will explore issues around social inequality, gender-based violence and male privilege.
Primary school students will be exposed to images of both boys and girls doing household chores, playing sport and working as firefighters and receptionists.
The material includes statements including "girls can play football, can be doctors and can be strong" and "boys can cry when they are hurt, can be gentle, can be nurses and can mind babies".
One thing to which to pay attention regarding feminist propaganda: don't fall for their rhetorical trick of saying the intend to "dismantle gender roles". They do not. They intend to dismantle only those gender roles that are penalizing to women. You won't see this program teaching girls that they too can be waste collectors, roofers or coal miners, because those professions are neither personally nor socially desirable.
And just to make sure that, again, people don't get the idea this is just run-of-the-mill gender equality stuff that might have been taught decades ago, here's the radical feminism curriculum in all its might:
In high school, students will be taught the meaning of terms including pansexual, cisgender and transsexual and the concept of male privilege.
A guide for the Year 7 and 8 curriculum states: "Being born a male, you have advantages - such as being overly represented in the public sphere - and this will be true whether you personally approve or think you are entitled to this privilege."
It describes privilege as "automatic, unearned benefits bestowed upon dominant groups" based on "gender, sexuality, race or socio-economic class".
Year 11 and 12 students are introduced to the concept of "hegemonic masculinity" which "requires boys and men to be heterosexual, tough, athletic and emotionless, and encourages the control and dominance of men over women".
Everything remarks, as it must, on two supreme principles: that women must be given maximum sexual and personal freedom, and that men must be inoculated with shame for their own existence and a continued fear of their violent, despicable nature.