Lobby group sends parents anti-PC packs to ‘fight radical gender ideology’

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The anti-PC packs will be distributed around NSW schools from next week. Source: Getty

Political lobby group Binary Australia are sending hundreds of anti-political correctness packs to P&C (parent and citizen) groups across New South Wales in a bid to stop “indoctrination” and push back against “radical gender ideology” in schools.

The controversial information packs, launched on Wednesday in NSW Parliament by One Nation leader Mark Latham, will be distributed across the state from next weekThe Sydney Morning Herald reports.

The packs will offer a range of resources and tools for parents on how to keep their children safe against gender ideology, Director of Binary Kirralie Smith revealed.

Speaking on radio station 20Twenty on Wednesday, she explained: “Instead of schools being a place of education they’ve now become a place of indoctrination where ideologies are promoted. So we’ve put together this P&C pack which will be available to anyone that wants it basically and it gives a lot of tools.

She continued: “It offers some very practical tools and resources for parents who, let’s be honest a lot of parents are feeling that their parental rights and responsibilities are being challenged at almost every turn.”

Meanwhile, according to The Sydney Morning Herald, Latham, who chairs the upper house’s education committee, added: “This problem is increasingly common in NSW schools, urged on by left-wing political activists.

“Schools made a big mistake when they stopped being places of learning and ventured into the world of mental health assessment and radical gender theory.”

Meanwhile, others have taken to social media to voice their opinions with some agreeing with the political lobby group.

“Yay for some sense in this crazy upside down world… thank you,” one commentator wrote.

Another added: “Well done keep up the good work on our behalf. Thank you for your dedication and vision on our behalf. Blessings.”

While a third wrote: “That is wonderful. So confusing and damaging for children to be exposed to adult sexuality and gender confusion. It has to stop.”

However, other social media users questioned the move, with one writing: “It’s not political correctness, it’s humanity and you people seem to have lost yours.”

Another added: “You know the scariest thing is these people seem to genuinely believe they’re on the side of right. How can people be so deluded?”

What do you think? Do you think anti-political correctness packs are a smart idea? Or a step too far?

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