BBC hires “trans and nonbinary inclusion” consultants to tell its staff that there are more than 150 genders and instruct them to police each other’s use of gender pronouns, the Telegraph reported on Saturday.
The report states that the BBC sent an email to its program editors and radio producers asking them to participate in training sessions organized by Global Butterflies last year. This group is described on LinkedIn as providing “training opportunities for broadcasters”. “Trans & Non-binary Corporate Inclusion Training and Consultation.”
Staff were told during the sessions that “people can self-identify themselves in over 150 ways, and increasing!”The students were given examples of new gender pronouns, such as “xe, xem, xyrs,” and told to include their own pronouns in their email signatures to be more “inclusive and welcoming” and to further their “trans brand.”
Traditionalists prefer to stick with the old ways. “he/she”Pronouns are told these descriptors “can create discomfort, stress and anxiety”Trans and non-binary colleagues and that “using correct pronouns and names reduces depression and suicide risks.”
“If you overhear a colleague using the incorrect pronouns for someone, take them aside and remind them of the correct pronouns,”The following was told to the attendees.
The training sessions were held less than a year after Tim Davie took over as the BBC’s director. Davie gave instructions to employees of the taxpayer-funded broadcaster telling them to stop after taking over the reins. “virtue-signaling”Online, we urged journalists not to reveal any personal information and called on them to keep their opinions unbiased. “a personal opinion or prejudice.”
Amid this apparent crackdown on woke ideology, employees within the BBC’s ‘Pride Network’ claimed that they were told by higher-ups to “get used to”Reporting stories, and listening to their opinions, hurts their feelings. For example, a story about lesbians who were coerced into having sex in public with transgender women (biologically male).
However, the Telegraph’s source, who recently quit the corporation, said that “the BBC simply doesn’t understand what’s going on with gender identity ideology,”It has “been pandering to a social contagion amongst young people rather than being the adult in the room.”
A whistleblower stated that there was a “tight-knit cabal at the top of BBC News who give tacit approval to gender ideology.”According to reports, this group suppresses stories criticizing transgender ideology. Stories that were positive are reportedly censored. “affirm gender ideology…go straight to output.”
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Although the BBC didn’t tell The Telegraph how much it spent on Global Butterflies training sessions, it said it had since severed all ties to the organization. A BBC spokesperson described the training sessions as “voluntary”It was allegedly a sex exchange. “no link to, or influence on, any editorial decision making.”
Global Butterflies failed to respond to Telegraph. RT discovered that its website had been down due for maintenance. The site’s archived version from last year includes the London Stock Exchange and Shell as well as the British Transport Police, United Kingdom Strategic Command, and the National Health Service. Also mentioned as a client is OFCOM, Britain’s media regulator responsible for policing the content of broadcasters, including the BBC.
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