Brick Walls and Barricades in the Victorian Republik
from VICTORIA : Doctors in Secondary Schools program sidelines parents by Gabrielle Walsh News Weekly, May 6, 2017 (Click here to read the entire article:)
Victoria’s Doctors in Secondary Schools (DiSS) program is undermining the rights and responsibilities of parents to care for their children’s health.The ALP Government of Daniel Andrews is in the process of implementing the DiSS program, which by the end of term 1, 2018, will involve 100 Victorian secondary colleges. These schools fall predominantly into disadvantaged and struggling regional areas.Quick, kids, wake up and exercise your “responsible agency”.
This means that a child as young as 12 can seek medical assessment and treatment without parental knowledge or involvement….. the DiSS program enables students at school to seek treatment for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), get a prescription for contraceptives, or medication to terminate a pregnancy with chemical abortifacient the Morning-After Pill (MAP), and other medical treatments where parental involvement as the primary custodians of children is overridden.
The DISS program has a great deal in common with the very dangerous ‘Safe Schools’ curriculum:
Of the 100 participating schools, 67 are also signatories to the misnamed Safe Schools Coalition Victoria program. The Safe Schools Coalition program is based on queer gender theory, which denies the binary nature of male and female and melts them into hundreds of meaningless gender options; see the Gender Master List on Tumblr for details.The Safe Schools Coalition program has two core doctrines: that gender is fluid (meaning any adult or child can choose a gender other than their biological sex); and that the child is a sexual agent capable of making his or her own sexual decisions without parental involvement. These include children choosing medical transitioning drugs and surgery to appear as a member of the opposite sex.It is no coincidence that the DiSS program also treats the child as an agent capable of making health-care decisions.
The Intolerant Barricade
by Marcus L'Estrange