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Australian School Abolishes ‘Heteronormative’ Dress Code

Posted on | March 31, 2017 | 1 Comment

International Grammar School principal Shauna Colnan.

Heterosexuality is not yet illegal in Australia, but the feminist regime in elite education certainly does not approve of it:

The International Grammar School in Sydney, Australia has announced it will begin implementing gender-neutral uniform codes.
“It’s almost like for those students who do identify as far more gender fluid, the uniform has been a refreshing way for them to identify that,” IGS principal Shauna Colnan told Gay Star News. “It was really a no brainer for us, we can’t continue to have this heteronormative standard in our uniform.”
The decision came after male-born students began wearing girls’ uniforms to class, and vice versa. Students identifying as gender-fluid began coming to their teachers asking about dress codes, which prompted them to request the administration consider a new policy. Now, with the updated uniform codes, IGS students can wear their choice of pants, skirt and tie to class.

Principal Colnan is being celebrated as an “LGBTQ educator icon.” IGS is an expensive private school where “students acquire a global perspective through diversity and intercultural understanding,” where boys learn to be girls and girls are taught to be lesbians, where “gender fluid” students are considered normal and, if somehow any of their students turn out to be heterosexual, everyone regrets this as an unfortunate accident.

Wait — am I perhaps exaggerating the situation? If so, can someone offer evidence to the contrary? Are there any heterosexual students at IGS? Or has Principal Colnan ever said a word in favor of heterosexuality? Please, I’m eagerly awaiting proof that I am wrong about the curriculum and policies at IGS, and good luck to anyone trying to find that proof.