Wisconsin District To Call Females A ‘Person With A Vulva’

A Wisconsin school board voted 6-1 on Tuesday to approve a move to have educators refer to females as a “person with a vulva.” The Wauwatosa School Board in Wauwatosa approved the “Human Growth and Development” protocol for its K-12 curriculum.

The madness shows no signs of abating.

The approved guidelines tell teachers when teaching anatomy to sixth graders to refer to girls that way.

Alexandra Schweitzer, president of No Left Turn in Education – Wisconsin, called it a “dark day” for students in the state. Instead of educating fundamentals, teachers are drifting about as far from that concept as possible.

Instead of referring to females as “students who will menstruate” or male students as “penis owners,” Schweitzer said teachers should avoid reducing children to merely body parts.

A letter was sent to parents on Aug. 3 informing them of the changes and giving them two weeks to comment online. And the miseducation does not stop with how the genders are referred to in the classroom.

Sixth graders are instructed that their families and peer groups may influence how they feel about their gender identity and gender expression. In other words, what they are being taught at home — according to the school district — may not be correct.

Even further, LGBT books are recommended for kids as young as kindergarteners. Titles include “Not All Princesses Dress In Pink,” which breaks down how girls may differentiate from other girls by wanting to jump in mud puddles and not participating in activities directed at girls.

Another book that educators are instructed to read to kindergarteners is “Sparkle Boy,” which tells of a young boy who wishes to dress and act like a girl.

The gender identity lessons begin in kindergarten, and sexual orientation and pronoun instruction start as early as third grade. Fourth graders are to define terms such as “cisgender, transgender, gender non-binary, gender expansive and gender identity.” Parents are now “caregivers.”

Defenders of these practices believe that it’s not educators and administrations that are the problem, but rather concerned parents. This is a fallacy, and more and more parents nationwide are seeing the indoctrination of their young ones for what it is.