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07.04.2021

Australia Bans Gender Neutral Language | by Sky News Australia

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Australia is nearly 15,000 km away from Luxembourg, a land far, far away on the other side of the globe. Yet, it is a nation that seems to be more down to earth when dealing with radical-leftist ideology vast majority of the EU governments including the Luxembourg government coalition (Gambia – DP, LSAP, déi gréng) imposes on its citizens.

Sam TANSON, Ministry of Justice – “Other Luxembourg politician” Leading RADICAL Ideological Agenda to Undermine the Basic Foundations of the Luxembourg Family

GAMBIA Luxembourg – Gender Bias Government Coalition (Les coalition préjugés sexistes) Denying Again Gender Equality in Luxembourg

The Australian Senate has passed a motion brought forward by One Nation, pushing to ban the use of “distorted” gender-neutral language such as “chestfeeding” in official government materials.

The motion was put forward in the upper house on Tuesday by One Nation Senator Malcolm ROBERTS. Pauline HANSON’s interview – Video.

ROBERTS’ motion stated that “our fundamental biology and relationships are represented through the following descriptors – mother, father, son, daughter, brother, sister, boy, girl, grandmother, grandfather, aunt, uncle, female, male, man, woman, lady, gentleman, Mr, Mrs, Ms, sir, madam, dad, mum, husband, wife”.

In his motion, ROBERTS referred to a doctor from Queensland who “reports incidences of young children feeling stressed and panicked about whether it is okay to use the words boy and girl,” saying that “pushing gender-neutral language [was] no replacement for appropriate emotional and psychological support for children while growing up”.

The decision comes after the Australian National University issued a Gender-Inclusive Handbook encouraging the use of gender neutral terms. Hospitals in the UK have also formally implemented a gender inclusive language policy for its perinatal services department, which included adopting the terms “birthing parents” and “human milk.”

“Mir wëlle bleiwe wat mir sinn an mir kënnen e Beispill fir den Rescht vun Europa sinn.” –

– “We want to remain what we are and we can be an example for the rest of Europe.”

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