We can’t have kids remaining normal in an abnormal world.

Stream: Researchers Want Kindergarten Teachers to Train Kids in Perversion

It was early morning one day in 2017 when the Lord’s Angel Longsuffering said to the Satan, “Where have you been?”

Then Satan answered Longsuffering and said, “Well, I had just set about my daily round of going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it? You know, going about like a roaring lion seeking whom I may devour? Standard stuff.

“But I made the mistake of starting at the Department of Sociology in the University of Michigan. Ask me why starting there was a mistake, radiant Longsuffering.”

“Oh, very well. Why was it a mistake starting to devour souls in a major university’s sociology department, dark Satan?”

“Because they stole my job! Not only do I not need to devour many souls at this or any elite university, but the people at these places are corrupting souls on their own! They’ve even sinking their fangs into children. They don’t need me any more! It’s, like, Farewell, Othello’s occupation’s gone. And after all I’ve done for them.”

Perhaps the Father of Lies had in mind UM’s Heidi M. Gansen, who has written the peer-reviewed paper “Reproducing (and Disrupting) Heteronormativity: Gendered Sexual Socialization in Preschool Classrooms” in Sociology of Education.

Gansen thinks that normal children acting in a normal fashion with each other and their teachers in preschools “facilitates the construction of gender”.

So perplexed was Gansen by normal, sane behavior on the part of kids and their teachers, that she set out to discover sources of, as she called it, “pervasiveness of heteronormativity”. Yes, “early socialization messages,” like allowing little girls to kiss little boys, “may contribute to the larger rape culture”.

In Gansen’s paper we learn scientists, working as only elite, well-funded scientists can, have discovered “Schools are heteronormative social contexts that often mirror the dominant beliefs and structures of society, including and especially the norms and behaviors associated with ‘acceptable’ sexuality…As a result, schools are critical sites in which dominant beliefs about sexuality and gender are (re)produced and enforced”. Who knew?

This stuff is scary. Indeed, “Hidden curricula” exist. There are “covert lessons that often act as means of social control,” Gansen warns.

Since “we know very little about how teachers’ practices inform or disrupt heterosexualizing processes in schools”, Gansen sat and watched what happened in several preschool classrooms. Here’s what she discovered.

In one class, “teachers often talked about two children, Carson and Lydia (both three years old), as if they were in a relationship.” Later, these two were observed playing house. We might be concerned that these two grow up to be adults and play the game for real.

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Like the Guardian says, “children do not belong to their parents.” So click on over while you are still allowed.

4 Comments

  1. Can’t feel sorry for any of this. Parents gave their children and their lives over to the state to raise. Yes, here in the US just as England. It’s what the parents wanted—out of the tough job of raising kids and teaching morals. Children were annoying little pests and took took much time (note the celebrations when the brats go back to school each fall), so the state got them. The state feeds them, schools them and then charities raise the kids after school. If the parents did not want Brave New World, they should have actually raised their kids.

  2. This is one of those times where a recurring issue I like to note is worth noting again: In analyzing something one should ALWAYS incorporate the applicable physics whenever and wherever possible.

    For example:

    http://www.apa.org/monitor/2011/03/hormones.aspx (“…research indicates that the hormonal changes of a woman’s monthly cycle may be more powerful than we’ve ever conceived — compelling women to advertise when they’re ovulating, and men to notice…”)

    There’s numerous types of research on themes such as the link, above, and much much more, e.g. men generally have much better ability to imagine complex shapes, women tend to be better at multitasking, etc. Testosterone correlates so strongly with aggression/competitiveness/physicality that cause-effect is pretty much taken for granted. Such a list, supported by repeated research findings, could go on & on. Broad behavioral trends/differences between fe/male are very well observed, repeatedly, often even quantifiable and measurable.

    Humans ARE biologically different when segregated by sex, and the biological differences and mechanisms directly affect what behaviors one can expect. Sufficiently so to make broad, and many specific, generalizations about fundamental differences in human male vs female behavior — attributable to biology and chemistry.

    Duh.

    Of course, there is variability with some males tending toward effeminate and vice versa, but those tend to be the exceptions. Psychological factors, recurring patterns of defense mechanisms used in response to toxic upbringing, with the type of defense mechanisms correlating closely with the type of behavioral abnormality, strongly suggests (if not establishes) that the more extreme forms of gender identity result significantly from psychological trauma.

    For gender/sex to be an outcome of socialization means that one has to pretend well-known biological/chemical factors don’t exist or somehow don’t matter.

    Those liberals that would have humans sex/gender differences be attributable to social constructs/socialization are either incredibly ignorant, mentally ill themselves — and thus striving to redefine reality such that their illness is no longer considered an illness — if not truly idiots or insane.

    One way to offset the ‘gender as a social construct’ propaganda is to teach about the biological/chemical bases underlying so much of human behavior. Arguing the point is pointless with those that want to believe such nonsense. Presenting alternative explanations for behavior, especially explanations supportable by physical measurement, is effective.

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