By The Blaze. A Scottish teen who was reprimanded by his teacher in a viral video for claiming there are only “two genders” has been suspended from school. . .
A video surfaced earlier this month showing an unknown Scottish student debate with his school teacher about gender. The debate ensued after the teacher kicked the student from class for saying there are only “two genders.” . . .
The 17-year-old Aberdeenshire student on the receiving end of the teacher’s anger is now speaking out after he was suspended from school for three weeks, according to the Daily Mail. . .
“He decided to film the teacher because he wanted to show what was going on in schools today for simply stating there are only two genders,” one friend said. “He believes telling kids that boys are girls and girls are boys is a very dangerous thing and wanted to get his views across to the teacher.”
“His view is that scientifically there are only two genders. This new gender theory that there are unlimited genders is something that should be discussed and debated – not just thrown into a class discussion and if you disagree you get kicked out of the room,” the friend explained. (Read more from “Student Who Told Teacher There Are Only ‘Two Genders’ Now Facing Harsh Punishment” HERE)
Teenager, 17, Suspended from School for Insisting There Are ‘Only Two Genders’ Reveals He Spoke out in Protest at ‘Dangerous Views Being Forced on Pupils’
By The Daily Mail. . .He was thrown out of class after arguing that only two genders exist – male and female – a position which his teacher claimed was ‘not inclusive’.
The schoolboy has now been told he will be suspended for three weeks following the clash during a personal and social education lesson at his secondary school in Aberdeenshire . . .
An Aberdeenshire Council spokesman said the public sector has a legal duty to show ‘due regard’ to certain ‘protected characteristics’ – including age, sex and ‘gender reassignment’.
He added: ‘It is important to understand the context of any video clip taken without a person’s consent. In our schools, fostering good relations among different groups can be a real challenge but our aim is to support a fairer, inclusive environment for all.’ . . .
Earlier this month, London-based Pearson Edexcel exam board was accused of bowing to demands from transgender activists after swapping the word ‘sex’ for ‘gender’ in a GCSE biology paper. (Read more from “Teenager, 17, Suspended from School for Insisting There Are ‘Only Two Genders’ Reveals He Spoke out in Protest at ‘Dangerous Views Being Forced on Pupils'” HERE)