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SAN DIEGO ATTEMPTS TO BAN TERM ‘FOUNDING FATHERS’ DUE TO ‘GENDER BIAS’

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SOURCE: ADAN SALAZAR

 

 

A memo intended for San Diego city employees attempted to bar them from saying the words “Founding Fathers” because of the “gender bias” the term allegedly implies.

Entitled, “Visual and Correspondence Style Guidelines,” the memo sought to implement speech restrictions banning employees from uttering everyday terms like “manmade” and “mankind” on the basis that such terms exhibit “non-inclusive language.”

“Most alarmingly,” reads a press release from the Pacific Justice Institute, “is the guidelines directive, on page 76, that City employees should refrain from mentioning those to whom owe our most fundamental freedoms, the Founding Fathers.”

The legal organization has offered free help for any city employee that is reprimanded for referring to Thomas Jefferson, George Washington or any of the men that shaped the nation’s history.

“The manual’s inane attempt to recast the fathers as simply the ‘Founders’ reaches a level of political correctness, censorship and insensitivity towards time-honored American values that is indefensible,” the press release reads.

Evidently San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer was unaware of the manual’s “gender inclusive” efforts until recently.

In a tweet sent today, he stated he had already ordered the manual removed from city use, citing it as an example of how political correctness has gone wild.

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http://www.blacklistednews.com/San_Diego_Attempts_to_Ban_Term_%E2%80%98Founding_Fathers%E2%80%99_Due_to_%E2%80%98Gender_Bias%E2%80%99_/48808/0/38/38/Y/M.html

OMG, these politically correct people are INSANE! Pretty soon we'll have to have a complete manual to tell us what is politically correct. Business opportunity! smh

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Gender Bias? Its just another attempt to rewrite history. What should we call them? Founding Persons? Im so sick of this crap.

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1 minute ago, CGK said:

Gender Bias? Its just another attempt to rewrite history. What should we call them? Founding Persons? Im so sick of this crap.

Founding Mothers doesn't sound quite right to me. lmao

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Pretty soon we'll have to find a politically correct name for parents!

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Just now, Cinnamon said:

Founding Mothers doesn't sound quite right to me. lmao

I guess we could call them immigrant baby Daddy. America was England's baby right?

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Just now, CGK said:

I guess we could call them immigrant baby Daddy. America was England's baby right?

rotflmao!

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:lol_alpha: Found in 1776 and lost to the likes of Caitlin Jenner in 2016. Who's your daddy?

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4 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

Pretty soon we'll have to find a politically correct name for parents!

They're already working on that.

School Tells Teachers To Stop Using “Mother” And “Father”

Up in Alberta, they’re working to correct this sinful practice of identifying “mothers” by telling teachers to stop using words like “mother,” “father” “Mr.” and “Mrs.” to students. Instead, educators and administrators are to use “non-gendered inclusive language” like “parents,” “families” and “partners.”

These new guidelines are more inclusive, they say – and for the one-in-a-million kids who don’t have a mother or father – will keep them from breaking down in tears. For the rest of the students, they get to sit in stunned silence as the teacher stumbles over phrases like: “Ok, kids, bring this home and show your parental figures or caregivers!”

As Katherine TImpf over at The National Review points out, the document’s authors struggle to even define its own terms:

http://www.thefederalistpapers.org/uncategorized/school-tells-teachers-to-stop-using-mother-and-father

HOMOSEXUALS WANT TO REMOVE “MOTHER” AND “FATHER” FROM ALL BIRTH CERTIFICATES

 

Earlier this year, Rep. Rafael Anchia introduced HB 537 which would have removed of the words “Mother” and “Father” from Texas adoption birth certificates. The bill passed out of committee, but did not pass the Texas House. However, after the recent Supreme Court ruling on same-sex ‘marriage,’ same-sex couples are wanting go beyond adoption birth certificates and remove “Mother” and “Father” from all birth certificates as recently reported by the Dallas Morning News.

According to the article, a spokesperson from the Texas Department of State Health Services said that a review is taking place regarding the marriage decision and after the review is completed the Department of State Health Services will “make any necessary changes as soon as possible.” The report goes on to make it clear that homosexual advocates want to change state law without approval of the Texas House and Senate. The story says

http://txvalues.org/2015/07/14/homosexuals-want-to-remove-mother-and-father-from-all-birth-certificates/

Next they'll ban woman and female because they contain the words man and male.
Everyone knows by now guys are big yucky things we should all shun out of disgust.

:wacko:

 

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5 hours ago, Cinnamon said:

Pretty soon we'll have to find a politically correct name for parents!

@CGK @Lucy Barnable@YourMom2

Can we call Mothers 3D Printers..?!??  =)

But what to call the Fathers..?????

 

 

Edited by DarkKnightNomeD

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42 minutes ago, Lucy Barnable said:

I've heard them referred to as donors. :dry:

Really? Heard any other names?

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6 minutes ago, DarkKnightNomeD said:

Really? Heard any other names?

Not that I can think of... 
They'll probably push guardians... or maybe not.
That would imply that parents have more authority than the state.
Hmmm.

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