All the children must be called "hen", boys are forced to wear dresses and Astrid Lindgren's books are thrown out in the name of norm criticism.
Världen i dag has interviewed "Anna" who has worked in the Swedish kindergarten for two years. She anonymously tells about the situation in the kindergarten.
Anna says that she has been reproved for saying "he" or "she" - one must use the gender neutral pronoun "hen". All the books in the kindergarten have been reviewed and all references to gender have been changed to the correct terms according to the last so-called "genus theory". Popular books like Emil and Pippi have been thrown out and the bookshelf filled with children's books that address subjects such as trans and homosexuality.
Children as small as one and two have group discussions that boys may fall in love with boys and girls with girls. Some of the children were asked who they were in love with.
A little boy looked confused and eventually said: "My LEGO", according to Anna.
It is not permissible to say to the children with new clothes that they look nice. Nor can one tell the kids that they are cute. One can not use words like boy, girl, mom and dad. One should use gender-neutral terms.
Some of the parents also attempts this practice outside the kindergarten and are offended by being called "mom." They want to be called "parent".
But many of the parents simply do not know how fanatical the kindergarten is about these genus theories, where words like snowman and Santa Claus have been replaced with correct terms, and a popular Disney movie in principle is blacklisted.
One day Anna was asked by a girl: "Am I a boy or a girl?"
Anna ignored the directives and said, "You are a girl."
Anna says, "I can not follow these rules. I just can not. They go against everything I know."
Now remember, this is not a private kindergarten with a pronounced gender profile, but a public municipal run kindergarten in Sweden.
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