Outraged Parents Claim PC Culture Ruined The Tradition Of Father-Daughter Dance

Posted by Sama in Life Style On 5th February 2018
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Parents are protesting over PC culture and claim that the political correctness culture is destroying the traditions on which they grew up and would want the same for their children to follow it. Disappointed father says, "It’s not fair at all. I have nothing against no one but I don’t think that it should affect the school or the kids for that matter."

#1 Cancelling Traditional Father-Daughter Dance

Because of Department of Education's new gender guidelines, a Staten Island Elementary School cancelled it's traditional Father-Daughter dance and parents are furious over it. In a new policy update in March 2017, the Department of Education asked schools to eliminate any gender-based activities unless they are education related.

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#2 Postponing The Event For Unlimited Time

The school after realizing that the dance may be considered as breaking the rules, so after PTA, the school postponed the event until they are clear of the deadlines. The PTA President Toni Bennett wrote to a private school-parents group on Facebook, "Until we understand what we are legally permitted to do, we need to table this event."

#3 People Are Too Scared To Talk About PC Culture

Parents are outraged over this new law and claim that political correctness law is destroying all the traditions that have been going on for generations and they would not want them to change under any circumstances. Mathew West, father of two daughters at the school states, "They’re trying to take away everything that everybody grew up on and has come to know and I don’t think it’s fair or right. They should leave it the way it was — father-daughter, mother-son."

Mr West says he really dislike PC culture, "I hate it . . . People are just becoming too scared to talk."

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#4 All The Gender Crap Needs To Stop, Parents Claim

Jose Garcia, 37 who has been to the past two dances with his 9-year-old and loves every part of this tradition, states, "It’s not fair at all. I have nothing against no one but I don’t think that it should affect the school or the kids for that matter."

Another disappointed father claims, "They had a dance party. We got to wear dresses and hang out with our friends." Akai Cameron, claims her daughter had a great time with her father last year and there is nothing wrong in it, the furious mom claims, "All this gender crap needs to just stop."

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