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Another ‘classic example’ of cancel culture hits NSW schools

Another ‘classic example’ of cancel culture hits NSW schools

Another “classic example” of cancel culture’s drive to remove tradition has seen teachers at NSW schools told to avoid the words ‘husband’ and ‘wife’ under a new language guide, according to Sky News host Chris Smith. “So the two to three per cent of parents who aren’t husbands and wives get to control the language,” Mr Smith said. “Thank goodness One Nation MP Mark Latham was sent a copy because he exposed this.” Mr Smith noted “thankfully” the education minister in New South Wales has “thrown the guide where it belongs – on the Queen’s Birthday bonfire”. “The principal of the two schools didn’t even know about the document… that shows you how devious these cancel culture architects are,” he said. “They might be making headway, but not this time.”

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