2GB’s Ben Fordham slams Roseville Kids Care for teaching children radical gender theory

Australian dad and radio host is FURIOUS after learning child care center teaches children about transgender and gender identity: ‘Five-year-olds DO NOT need to learn gender theory’

  • After-school daycare slammed for teaching children radical gender theory
  • Roseville Kids Care pinned flags to the wall with complex terms such as ‘Abrosexual’
  • Ben Fordham said it was too early for five-year-olds to learn gender

Ben Fordham has hit out at an after-school center for teaching children as young as five radical gender theory and sexuality.

The 2GB host, who is also a father-of-three, criticized staff for exposing pupils to material from Roseville Kids Care, which operates at Roseville Primary School on Sydney’s north shore.

An exhibit has been set up inside the center with the pride flag pinned to the wall alongside complex gender theory terms such as ‘Abrosexual’, ‘Transsexual’ and ‘Neptunic’.

Neptunic refers to an individual who is attracted to both non-binary and feminine genders.

Meanwhile, abrosexual refers to an individual whose sexuality is changeable or fluid. For example, someone might be gay one day and then asexual the next.

Trans people experience a gender identity that is incompatible with their assigned sex and desire to permanently transition to the sex or gender with which they identify.

Ben Fordham hit out at after-school center for teaching children as young as five radical theory of gender and sexuality

An exhibit has been set up inside the center with the pride flag pinned to the wall alongside complex gender theory terms such as

An exhibit has been set up inside the center with the pride flag pinned to the wall alongside complex gender theory terms such as “Abrosexual” and “Neptunic”.

“I know this: Five-year-olds don’t need to learn about gender theory in after-school care,” Fordham said Friday.

‘Do the parents consent to this stuff? Are caregivers really qualified to explain what it means to be pansexual or transgender?

‘Is there any evidence that this stuff is age appropriate?

“Once upon a time – these conversations happened in families. And yes, times have changed and it happens in schools too. It started in high school. Then elementary school. Now it’s happening at the KIDS CLUB for children kindergarten,” Fordham said.

“A quick glance at their website says, ‘Roseville Kids Care…where kids can be kids.’ They may want to practice what they preach.

Fordham slammed the daycare after a father claimed staff complained to police when he confronted them about the equipment.

“I visited it and was shocked that there was a giant oversized pride flag, it was the biggest flag in the room, way bigger than the Australian flag,” he said . The telegraph of the day.

“When I walked in there was an entire wall depicting different sexualities giving definitions of things like ‘pansexual’ and ‘lesbian’.”

Fordham argued that there was no place for the material to be taught in a “kids club frequented by kindergartners.”

“I know these are questions my kids are going to ask themselves or someone else one day, but NOT at age five,” he said.

“This thing is stuck on the wall of a kids club!”

Fordham slammed the daycare after a dad claimed staff complained to police when he confronted them about the equipment

Fordham slammed the daycare after a dad claimed staff complained to police when he confronted them about the equipment

The father said the daycare lodged a complaint with the local police before receiving a call from the constable saying no offenses would be recorded.

The New South Wales Department of Education told Daily Mail Australia that material taught to children was provided by an out-of-hours school care provider.

Content is drawn from ‘My Time, Our Place’ – the national curriculum developed by the Australian Children’s Education & Care Quality Authority.

Pauline O’Kane, CEO of the Network of Community Activities, which represents out-of-school child care facilities, said the materials helped foster “inclusive attitudes” in children.

“Are you closing the conversation or educating and informing yourself in a positive way so they feel like they can ask questions?” she says.

“I don’t think we should restrict children’s curiosity, and I’m sure this center has done that in a positive way.”

Daily Mail Australia has contacted Network of Community Activities for comment.

“I know this: Five-year-olds don’t need to learn about gender theory in after-school care,” Fordham said Friday.

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Sharon D. Cole