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BBC Tells Young School Children There Are ‘Over 100’ Genders in New Video Series

British Broadcasting Company causes outrage amongst parents

 on 13th September 2019 @ 2.00pm
the video  which is targeted at school children aged 9 12  is part of nine new bbc teach films © press
The video, which is targeted at school children aged 9-12, is part of nine new BBC Teach films

The British Broadcasting Company (BBC) has caused outrage amongst parents after telling primary school children there are over a hundred genders as part of its “Teach” video series.

In response to a child's question, the headteacher says there are "many" genders.

“You know, there are so many gender identities,” the headteacher declared.

“We know that we have got male and female, but there are over 100, if not more, gender identities now.”

The video, which is targeted at school children aged 9-12, is part of nine new BBC Teach films presented as support material for the personal, social, and health education (PSHE) curriculum in UK schools.

a brutal review of the program was written by telegraph columnist celia walden © press
A brutal review of the program was written by Telegraph columnist Celia Walden

A brutal review of the program was written by Telegraph columnist Celia Walden, who described it as “noxious nonsense” that poisons children’s minds.

Walden said the program was a product of the modern “Emperor’s New Clothes gender diversity narrative.”

Ms. Walden wrote the BBC is indulging in the “propagation of misinformation."

She added the broadcasting company is betraying its journalistic duty “to deal not in fads, but facts.”

She continued saying by “willfully warping their minds,” the BBC is contributing to allowing a new generation of children “as self-obsessed as the supposed grown-ups.”

Walden adds that self-expression no longer means “appreciating individuality and producing something of wider cultural value."

the bbc is contributing to allowing a new generation of children  as self obsessed as the supposed grown ups  © press
The BBC is contributing to allowing a new generation of children 'as self-obsessed as the supposed grown-ups.'

The writer notes that the term now means “folding in on yourself and behaving in an unashamedly selfish way.”

“All of which is likely to leave us with a generation of lost, confused and angry young adults asking a question we will find it very difficult to answer: ‘How did you let this happen?’” she writes.

Last month, a school punished a sixth-grade student for saying that one of his gender-confused classmates, a biological male, is not actually a girl.

The unnamed schoolboy was disciplined in July at a school within an undisclosed Ohio school district.

According to a news release by the religious liberty law firm Liberty Counsel, a sixth-grade boy, referred to as "Boy A," began identifying as a girl during the 2018-19 school year.

The boy wanted to be considered a transgender girl and began referring to himself with feminine pronouns such as "she" and "her."

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