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Indoctrinare sau necesitate?

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Copii Australieni Primesc Lectii Despre Sensibilitatea Sexului Unei Persoane

Australia a lansat un nou program educational pentru scolari pentru a distruge complet toate stereotipurile sexurilor pe care copii le-ar fi putut adopta in timpul copilariei si ca sa diminueze abuzul domestic de pe viitor prin antrenarea copiilor inca de la o varsta foarte frageda.

Noul curriculum este denumit relatia politicoasa si a ajuns sa fie obligatorie in toate scolile din statul Victoria. Studentii vor invata disputele care au de-a face cu violenta impotriva sexurilor, privilegiul masculin si inegalitatea sociala dintre barbati si femei.

Printre subiectele obligatorii se afla si inegalitatea platii, orientarea sexuala, controlarea furiei, si de ce pornografia este atat de rea. Normal ca multi s-au impotrivit acestui curs. Un individ a spus ca acest curs risca sa ii faca pe toti barbatii sa fie perceputi ca si malefici si toate femeile ca si victime.

Noul curs va prezenta poze cu baieti si fete facand treburi casnice pentru studentii scolii generale. De asemenea, poze cu femei si barbati jucand sporturi, lucrand ca si receptionisti si ca si pompieri, pentru a distruge cu totul stereotipurile sexurilor.

Cursul are ca scop aratarea copiilor inca de la o varsta foarte frageda ca „fetele se pot juca fotbal, pot fi doctorite si pot fi puternice”. De asemenea si ca „baietii pot plange cand se ranesc, pot fi blanzi, pot fi asistenti si ca pot avea grija de bebelusi”.

Copii din licee vor fi invatati ce inseamna termeni precum „pansexualitate, cisgenitate si transexualitate”. Ei vor ajunge sa inteleaga conceptul privilegiului masculin.

Acesta este un exemplu al lectiilor predate in curriculumul anilor 7 si 8: „daca esti nascut ca si barbat atunci ai mai multe avantaje – precum sa fii reprezentat in mod excesiv in sfera publica – si acest lucru va fi adevarat fie ca esti de acord sau nu ca detii acest privilegiu.”

Privilegiul masculin a fost descris ca si „automatic, beneficii necastigate acordate unor grupuri dominante” fie ca are de-a face cu „sexul, sexualitatea, rasa sau clasa socio-economica”.

Studentii mai in varsta din anul 11 si anul 12 vor invata lucruri mai complexe precum „masculinitatea hegemonica” care „necesita baietii si barbatii sa fie heterosexuali, puternici, atletici si fara emotii, si incurajeaza controlul si dominatia barbatilor asupra femeilor”.

Criticii au spus ca programul nu este obiectiv si ca prezinta femeile ca si victime universale. Ei au spus ca acest program nu ajuta in nici un mod victimele abuzului domestic si ca nu e nimic mai mult decat „indoctrinare platita de taxele noastre” pentru copii.

Jeremy Sammut, din Centrul pentru Studii Independente a declarat ca „ideea din spatele programului acesta – ca barbatii sunt considerati a fi agresori – este o idee pe care doar feministii nebuni ar iubi-o.”

„Foarte multe dovezi au sugerat faptul ca abuzul copiilor si violenta domestica sunt produsul unei disfunctii sociale: bunastare, droguri, defectiuni in familii,” a mai adaugat el.

Ministrul Educatiei James Merlino a iesit la iveala ca si un sustinator al programului si l-a aparat spunand ca educatia este necesara pentru a duce la bun sfarsit acest „cerc vicios” de violenta domestica.

Autor: Raghav Hegde - India
Traducator: Radu Ivanovici
Sursa photo: www.c.tribune.com.pk

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Australian Children Given Gender Sensitivity Lessons

Australia has launched a new education program for school children to destroy any gender stereotypes that kids have when growing up and to tackle domestic abuse later by training children at a very early age.

The new curriculum is called respectful relationship and it has been mandatory in all schools in the state of Victoria. Students will learn issues related to gender-based violence, male privilege and social inequality between men and women.

 The topics covered include pay inequality, sexual orientation, anger management, and why pornography is so bad. There have been complaints against the course. One report said that he gender sensitivity training was at the risk of painting all men as evil and all women as victims.

The new course will present pictures of boys and girls doing household chores to primary school students. Also, pictures of both men and women playing sports, working as receptionists and as firefighters will be shown, to break gender stereotypes.

The course intends to send the message to kids at such a young age that "girls can play football, can be doctors and can be strong". Also, "boys can cry when they are hurt, can be gentle, can be nurses and can mind babies".

High school kids will be trained on terms such as pansexual, cisgender and transsexual. They will be made to understand the concept of male privilege.

Here’s an example of that lessons in the Year 7 and 8 curriculum consist of: "Being born a male, you have advantages - such as being overly represented in the public sphere - and this will be true whether you personally approve or think you are entitled to this privilege."

Male privilege has been described as "automatic, unearned benefits bestowed upon dominant groups" whether on the basis of "gender, sexuality, race or socio-economic class".

Older students of Year 11 and 12 will be taught more complex topics such as "hegemonic masculinity" that "requires boys and men to be heterosexual, tough, athletic and emotionless, and encourages the control and dominance of men over women".

Critics have said that the program is not objective and presents women as universal victims. They said that it does not in any way protect female victims of domestic violence and was nothing more than "taxpayer-funded indoctrination" of children

Jeremy Sammut, of the Centre for Independent Studies said, "The idea behind this programme - that all men are latent abusers by nature of the discourse - is an idea that only cloistered feminist academics could love." 

"A lot of evidence suggests that like child abuse, domestic violence is a by-product of social dysfunction: welfare, drugs, family breakdown," he added.

Education Minister James Merlino has come out in support of the program and defended it saying that education is critical to ending the "vicious cycle" of domestic violence.

"This is about teaching our kids to treat everyone with respect and dignity so we can start the cultural change we need in our society to end the scourge of family violence," the minister said.

Author: Raghav Hegde - India

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