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Education Dept. Training Claims ‘It’s Not Women That Produce Eggs, It’s Ovaries…’

'As is stated on our website and in federal law, the Department does not dictate curriculum and those decisions are best made at the local level...'

(John McCann, Headline USA) In a viral video posted by the now famous Libs of TikTok account, a transgender high-school teacher who was conducting training for the Department of Education encouraged the use of more “inclusive” language in regards to basic biology.

The teacher, Sam Long claimed that in order to be inclusive, women should not be seen as the only ones that can produce eggs. Instead, only ovaries produce eggs.

Long argued that biological language needs to be “cleaned up and made more precise,” Breitbart reported.

Long, along with fellow trans teachers, runs the website GenderInclusiveBiology.com, on which they have developed a “language guide” for biological discussions.

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Other examples of language that needed cleaning up included: “The mother carries the fetus for this many months” and “Males are more likely to be color-blind.”

Long went on to claim that the goal was to, “support all students” by changing “existing biology teaching to grow a gender-inclusive curriculum,” American Greatness reported.

The Department of Education admitted that while the teacher’s statements were in fact made during a department session, they did not control local curriculum.

“As is stated on our website and in federal law, the Department does not dictate curriculum and those decisions are best made at the local level, in engagement with parents, families, educators, and local school communities,” a spokesperson clarified, according to American Greatness.

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The Left’s effort to redefine what constitutes a women has examples across academia and government.

Earlier this week, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors voted 3–2 to “provide for the local implementation of the United Nations Convention on the elimination of all forms of discrimination against women (CEDAW),” according to KUSI.

The 3–2 vote was along party lines, with all three Democrats voting yes.

Proponents of the ordinance argued that it would “protect women from discrimination.” However, the CEDAW also includes protections for biological males that identify as women.

Effectively, anybody who identifies as a woman in San Diego County, regardless of biology, is a woman.

This national debate on how to teach biology and sexuality has become a hot-button political issue. And with the Department of Education providing a platform for such controversial teaching methods, opponents of these efforts will become even more inflamed.

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