Educating children about interaction with the opposite gender traditionally has been the job of parents for eons, but the United Nations has issued a policy directive to PM Albanese to re-educate young boys about ‘toxic masculinity’.

It seems the ALP now wants children modeled on the homosexual lifestyles of its senate leader Penny Wong, Senator Nita Green, MP’s Julian Hill, Greens Stephen Bates and the rest of the gay mob festering federal parliament.

The federal government has announced it will fund a three-year trial project tackling harmful messages of toxic masculinity on social media.

The healthy masculinities trial project will receive $3.5 million to run both face-to-face and online presentations at schools, sporting clubs and other community organisations to teach school-aged boys about respectful relationships not just with their peers, but also with themselves.

Starting with boys as young as five years old, the program aims to counteract dangerous gender stereotypes and messages of toxic masculinity circulated by online influencers like Andrew Tate.

The funding is part of the $11.9 million First Action Plan Priorities Fund under the National Plan to End Violence Against Women and Children 2022-32. The government hopes the three-year trial program will foster healthy relationships, contributing to its goal to end violence against women in the next decade.

The Minister for Social Service Amanda Rishworth said the project is a significant step forward in the nation’s plan to end family and domestic violence.

“Research shows there are strong links between harmful forms of masculinity and the perpetration of violence against women,” she said. 

“Educating boys about healthy masculinity and providing them with positive role models are important steps to ending cycles of violence.”

Queensland Labor has introduced transvestites to school curricula and we have seen primary schools host these psychologically affected men acting like women in front of classes of eight year olds.

The only outcry seems to have been from Christian organisations and not many churches. Parents generally have been silent.