In yet another blatant attack on science, a newly-approved education guideline in the United Kingdom says that all genders can menstruate, not just girls.
The new guidelines from the Neighbourhoods, Inclusion, Communities, and Equalities Committee of the Brighton & Hove City Council advocate a "period positive approach" when talking about menstruation to students, an approach that basically teaches children the exact opposite of what actually happens, according to LifeSiteNews.
The guidelines state that students as young as age eight and nine will be taught "age and development appropriate period education within a planned programme of relationships and sex education." It also calls for "single gender sessions" when "appropriate and with careful management" while suggesting that inclusive language when referring to "girls and women and others who have periods."
"By encouraging effective education on menstruation and puberty, we hope to reduce stigma and ensure no child or young person feels shame in asking for period products inside or outside of school if they need them," the city council explained in a statement. "Our approach recognises the fact that some people who have periods are trans or non-binary."
Tory MP David Davies told The Telegraph that the guidelines are "insanity."
"Learning about periods is already a difficult subject for children that age, so to throw in the idea girls who believe they are boys also have periods will leave them completely confused," said Davies.
As noted by LifeSiteNews, the cities of Brighton and Hove have been pushing an extreme transgender agenda for some time now. Back in October, the school released a "Trans Inclusion Schools Toolkit" that compared not calling someone by their preferred pronoun to harassment while calling for "safeguarding procedures" for parents who refuse to endorse their child's gender identity.
"In 2016, the Brighton & Hove City Council angered parents by sending them a letter telling them to 'please support your child to choose the gender they most identify with,'" reports the outlet. "The letter went to parents with kids as young as four."
The new guidelines echo the words spoken by Angela Ponce, the first trans Miss Universe contestant from Spain, who recently said that a woman does not have to have a vagina.
"Having a vagina does not make me a woman," Ponce said. "I am a woman and already was before my birth. Because my identity is here [points at her head], not down there. This determines my being a woman."
While Britain has gotten on board with the transgender agenda in nearly every way, where even the Church of England is now hosting special baptisms to support newfound gender identities, the country's former colony of Australia is fiercely resisting it. Recently, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison rejected a movement to create "non-binary" government documents for trans people.
“A Liberal-National Government will never remove gender from birth certificates, licenses and passports – who are Labor kidding? Get real," said Morrison on Twitter. "This is the problem with Labor, obsessed with nonsense like removing gender from birth certificates rather than lower electricity prices, reducing tax for hard-working families and small businesses."
While the Trump administration here in the United States has been fighting the transgender movement by disallowing them from the military and by recognizing gender by a person's genitalia at birth, teachers still face harsh censoring if they so much as use the wrong pronoun when addressing a trans student.
Just this month, a teacher in Virginia lost his job because he refused to call a transgender student by their preferred pronoun.