Winnie the Pooh and Barbie dolls could be banned under new gender guidelines
Winnie the Pooh, Barbie dolls and Disney dress-ups could be a thing of the past as councils move toward new gender guidelines.
Victorian councils are auditing kindergartens and libraries, moving to ban terms like “boy” and “girl” to encourage “gender equitable relationships” in kids as young as three.
The move is in response to new research, which could see popular stories like Winnie the Pooh and Thomas the Tank Engine abolished for not passing gender standards.
Barbie dolls and superheroes could also be on the chopping block.
Smithy’s All-Star Rowan Dean tells Chris Smith a “left agenda” is undermining the family unit.
“They’re pushing this agenda as hard as they possibly can.
“The end result is that you are not a boy or a girl.
“I’m convinced in 30 years time every teacher and every councillor and every librarian responsible for this rubbish will be called up in front of a royal commission.
“The left want to control our children, they don’t want their families to control them.”
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