Wales has taken gender identity to a new level, as its government removed allusion to sexes from its sex education curriculum.
According to Daily Mail, government officials have not only decided to wipe out references to “men” and “women,” but they also decided to wipe out references to “boy” and “girl.”
To crown it all, the word “sex” has been removed from the title of the new teaching code and substituted with “sexuality.”
The new code which is known as the Relationships and Sexuality Education Code was briefly debated in the Welsh Senedd, the country’s parliament, before it was implemented.
Stephanie Davies-Arai, of the Transgender Trend campaign group, has slammed the government’s decision.
While talking to the Mail, Davies-Arai said: “This is not fact-based biologically-accurate sex education, but indoctrination of children in gender-identity ideology.
“The erasure of sex undermines safeguarding and erodes the concepts of privacy, boundaries, and consent, putting girls particularly at risk.”
Also, some members of the Senedd were baffled by the omission of genders in the code.
Conservative Welsh politician Laura Anne Jones said: “We don’t even know the exact guidance that will be given to teachers, and it sadly appears to prioritize ideology rather than safeguarding and protecting children.
“The consequences of waving through this legislation without proper scrutiny – just 30 minutes of debate in the Senedd – are huge. This is a stunning example of political correctness gone mad, and I will not be supporting the code.”
Another Conservative politician, Robin Millar, said: “I would urge the Welsh Government to think again about the removal of sex from sex education.”
Education classes are compulsory for students in Wales, even if parents do not agree with the teachings.
Martha Gwion, of Welsh women’s group, Merched Cymru said: “A code where girls and women are invisible apart from references to their bodily functions is more than just counterintuitive.
“Such coyness and aversion to naming our bodies, our reality, and oppression, is antithetical to high-quality relationships and sex education.
“Women and girls do not experience violence, abuse, and opposition because they are feminine, but because they are female.”
The government of Wales argued that the country has “led the way by introducing the Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Act” with the new code.