Australian Opposition Leader Fighting Radical Gender Theory: ‘Not in Our Children’s Best Interest’

The political leader is attempting to block gender theory from being taught in the classroom.

  • Australian Opposition Leader Peter Dutton is fighting with families against radical gender theory being introduced in the classroom.
  • According to Dutton’s assertion, the progressive ideology is in contradiction to the values of millions of Australians.
  • The politician asserted that while spending on public and private schools has gone up, educational standards have gone down. Schools therefore need to help future generations foster a love of country without sacrificing historical standards.
  • “As a nation, we celebrate our wonderful Indigenous history,” the Australian politician said. “But we need to be equally proud of our British heritage and our migrant story.”
  • Dutton went on to argue that teachers need to lead in the classroom to help students “learn respect, discipline, and ‘how to think’ not ‘what to think.’”
  • Dutton offered a budget reply speech on Oct 27, saying that the education system should haVe never allowed ideological-driven advocates to have “too much influence” over what is taught to children.
  • “Teaching a sanitized and selective version of history and the arts—and radical gender theory—is not in our children’s best interests,” he said. “What is needed is a focus on making the basics a priority—reading, writing, and maths.”
  • Conflict about gender theory has been raging worldwide.
  • Author J.K. Rowling compared transgender theory to the Soviet Union in an anti-communist tweet, as American Faith previously reported.
  • The author responded to a pro-transgender activist by quoting Czechoslovakian President Václav Havel in his 1978 essay, The Power of the Powerless
  • Rowling referenced the drive for conformity in the Soviet Union, insinuating that the transgender platform of today works in similar ways, by intimidating those who don’t accept it.