It used to be: “Heather has two mommies.”

Now, it’s: “Heather has two non-gendered and inclusive caregivers.”

That’s the language the New Democratic Party government in Alberta, Canada, is telling teachers and school administrators to use when adressing the adults with whom students are living. Out: “mother” and “father.” In: “parent,” “caregiver,” “partner,” whatever.

And God help you if refer to one of the little rascals as “him” or “her.”

Read the rest of the article HERE.

Julaine Appling, president of WFA states, “Canada isn’t much ahead of the United States on this issue. It’s a very hot issue in Wisconsin public schools right now. It’s wrong. It’s harmful to the development of young people. Parents, please, especially during this week of celebrating school choice, make sure you explore all the options you have and make a decision that is truly in the best interest of your child.”

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