SICK: Australian Schools Say They’ll Facilitate Gender Changes For 6-Year-Olds

Nearly 300 schools in Victoria, Australia, have signed on to new transgender policy guidelines which would allow schools to facilitate the gender transition of students as young as six years of age without so much as parental consent.

Within the Guide Supporting Student Affirm Transition (GSSAF), school officials are told that it’s “possible to consider a student a mature minor and able to make decisions without parental consent.”

Under a section which emphasizes the need for the transition to be a “student led process,” the guidelines state (emphasis added):

The person who understands most about their gender transition or affirmation is the student themselves. It is crucial to the success of this process that they are included in every decision made and every action taken. Consideration should be given to the age and maturity of the student and whether it would be appropriate to involve the students’ parent(s) or guardian(s) in each decision.

Assess the support given by a student’s family members or carers, and think through the needs of any siblings, especially those attending the same school. 

If a student does not have family or carer support for the process, a decision to proceed should be made based on the school’s duty of care for the student’s wellbeing and their level of maturity to make decisions about their needs. It may be possible to consider a student a mature minor and able to make decisions without parental consent.

The document does not give any specificity regarding age when suggesting such a transition process could be undertaken without parental notification or consent. Approximately 95 of the schools signed on to the new guidelines are primary schools, housing some students as young as six years old.

The GSSAF also explains which areas of a transitioning student’s life should be affected within the school; documentation, uniforms, bathrooms, pronouns, sports teams and out-of-school events are all listed as areas for schools to meddle in:

As noted by Heat Street, Victoria has been entrenched in gender politics for some time now. For example, there’s already been a “state-funded booklet, ‘OMG I’m Trans’, handed out to schoolchildren to encourage them to have transition surgery.” The literature offered tips on hormone therapies and even gender transition surgeries.

Moreover, officials in Victoria have even implemented their leftist gender ideology on pre-schoolers: “Victoria is rolling out a training program for pre-school teachers aimed at rooting out sexist behavior in kids as young as four,” notes Heat Street. “The multi-million-dollar project aims to equip teachers with ‘anti-bias approaches’ to stop kids who ‘enact sexist values, beliefs and attitudes’ in class, alongside making sure they can read and count.”



5 thoughts on “SICK: Australian Schools Say They’ll Facilitate Gender Changes For 6-Year-Olds

  1. Today .. more & more .. we are speaking openly about sexual abuse.
    One after another the stories & accusations are coming to light.
    There must be many people who live in fear of being NEXT TO BE NAMED.

    One upon a time females were victimized if they reported rape.
    Children who reported being sexually interfered with, were considered liars, labeled mentally disturbed & sent to child correctional facilities like Baltara, Torana, Allambi & Winlaton.

    It is for certain that all this ..
    is being fueled by

  2. True or not:
    Over decades, how many stories have been told, how many stories there are, telling that the social workers within the child protection system were channeling wayward kids & the child court system itself was a pathway for channeling children into the sex industries & in the direction of pedophile rings.

    1. Today our kids are little b .. a .. s .. t .. a .. r .. d .. s, sexually abusing a child & threatening to kill their parents if they tell, may have worked once, once.

  3. End Time
    The Apocalypse

    How did the church not see it coming ?


    1. a surprising & previously unknown fact that has been disclosed to others.

    2. the making known something that was previously secret or unknown.

    3. the divine or supernatural disclosure to humans of something relation to human existence.

    4. the last book of the New Testament, recounting a divine revelation of the future to St John.

  4. Interesting Listening:
    ABC RN The Spirit of Things with Rachel Kohn – Is the Sea of Faith Rising?

    You might be interested in listening to the last 15 minutes of this program.
    Reg: The New New Testament – Hal Taussig
    It is bums on seats that have inspired the church to these lengths ?

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