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Ministry of Sexualisation Part 4: Sexuality forced into every subject even maths

After introducing you to part three?yesterday the investigative series continues…

Safe Schools has landed in New Zealand, with the blessing of the Ministry of Education. The Ministry of Education wants ?inclusive school-wide systems?, and their website is now littered with links and videos directing teachers to Minus-18 and The Safe Schools Coalition.

Nobody knows a child better than their own parents, and yet the State continues to erode fundamental parental rights.

Teachers are not doctors or trained counsellors, they do not know the child’s medical and emotional history. Teachers should be concerned with academics, not covertly parenting your children and aiding their delusion whilst withholding the truth about their emotional wellbeing.

Not all teachers are agree with teaching gender fluidity. We are putting an expectation on teachers who may believe it is unethical for them to instil an objectively false ideology onto malleable minds.

Teachers have no choice in the matter either. They soon will be forced to incorporate sexuality into every subject across the curriculum; including maths.

Affirmation of a child’s new gender is seldom the best avenue.
Teachers are being asked to affirm the assumed identity of a child without parental consent or notification, ignoring all medical and psychological diagnosis.

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Ministry of Sexualisation Part 3: Gender clinics in NZ schools?

Gender clinic

After introducing you to part two?yesterday the investigative series continues…

Safe Schools has landed in New Zealand, with the blessing of the Ministry of Education. The Ministry of Education wants ?inclusive school-wide systems?, and their website is now littered with links and videos directing teachers to Minus-18 and The Safe Schools Coalition.

Much like ?Safe Schools”, we are seeing the MoE push what are effectively ?Gender Clinics? into schools. These will include nurses and access to methods of transition directly from their school.

Couple this with the fact that they also want teachers to keep secrets from parents, and we?re headed for dangerous and uncharted waters.
It?s important to remember New Zealand has very relaxed parental notification laws as it is, and teenagers are notorious for making poorly thought out choices.

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Ministry of Sexualisation: Part 2

Online videos show 11-year-old Desmond Napoles dancing on stage in a bar while grown men throw money at him neonnettle

After introducing you to part one yesterday, the investigative series continues.

Schools should be a safe place to be, but for the majority, they will soon become unsafe. Safe Schools has landed in New Zealand, with the blessing of the Ministry of Education.

[…] No other special interest group is granted such privileges.
We don?t devote entire lessons to the visually impaired, create ‘blind pride’ days, or include blind heroes in every class. We don?t demand teachers police blind-phobic language, or that they wear braille name-tags.

Perhaps we should. It would give a far more positive school environment than constantly bringing sex to the forefront of children’s minds.
This is the essence of what the Rainbow movement is about.

The entire culture and worldview is centred around who a person wants to have sex with.

Perhaps we should just let kids be kids.

I recently wrote a four-part series of articles exposing the hidden aspects of the Secondary School program Mates&Dates. The program uses innocuous sounding words such as ?gender stereotypes?.

?Gender Stereotypes? classes are not teaching kids that it?s okay for girls to like rugby and boys to like cooking. They are teaching a redefined meaning of gender.

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Ministry of Sexualisation: Part 1

Image from Vogue Paris 2011

Schools should be a safe place to be, but for the majority, they will soon become unsafe. Safe Schools has landed in New Zealand, with the blessing of the Ministry of Education.

Three things stand out from the above image:

1. The Ministry of Education wants ?inclusive school-wide systems?.

2. The Ministry of Education officially sanctions the ?Safe schools coalition?

3. Views which are not in favour of homosexual & Trans? people are a form of ?violence?.

The Ministry of Education website is now littered with links and videos directing teachers to Minus-18 and The Safe schools coalition.

Safe Schools rocketed into the spotlight in Australia, mid-2017.
It?s been exposed as being overseen by several people who openly support paedophilia as a legitimate sexual orientation.

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Mates & Dates: Let’s roleplay consent

This is the final article in a series of four articles that have exposed the ideology behind the New Zealand Mates & Dates programme. The series’ purpose is to reveal the information hidden from New Zealand parents and the general public.

The ‘sexual and dating violence’ programme Mates & Dates has been opened up for scrutiny.

Many concerning facts about the programme have already been covered, such as

  1. Gender being taught as a continuum and children being told that they can be ?male, female, neither or both?.
  2. Children being taught that gender is not influenced by biology but is entirely socially constructed
  3. Children being taught that stereotypical behaviour perpetuates and excuses violence.

Former facilitators have described some content as being deliberately ?kept quiet?, because the authors know it is controversial.

Mates & Dates Part 4: Let?s Roleplay consent

One last issue with this programme is the issue of consent.

Teaching respect and consent negotiation is a good thing.

There are many dysfunctional families who do not teach healthy boundaries and respect to their boys and girls.

We can see this from the RoastBusters scandal that rocked the media a few years ago. The term ?Rape culture? went mainstream, but ours is a culture that harshly punishes rape. Most men would agree it?s unacceptable to do what those boys did and would like to see them jailed.

This is hardly a ‘culture’ of rape; it?s more a tiny sub-stratum of boys that do terrible things. Much like the tiny sub-stratum of women who commit infanticide. A South African study reveals that 100% of all neonaticides of babies under 28 days were perpetrated by the mother, and 71% of all killings of children under 5 years old were committed by their mother.

We don?t vilify all women for the crimes of those few: that would be sick and immoral. Neither should we vilify all men and boys for the crimes of a few.

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Mates & Dates: ‘Men are the problem.’


This is part three of a series of four articles that will expose the ideology behind the New Zealand Mate & Dates programme. Whaleoil’s newest writer Jared Luke reveals what they don’t want New Zealand parents or the general public to know.

Mates & Dates Part 3: Social Construction & Male Violence

Mates & Dates is a secondary school program which claims to tackle the issues of sexual and dating violence.

Upon closer examination of the classroom content which could only be obtained after a protracted Official Information Act request, a very different picture emerges.

The intent of Mates & Dates is to alter the child’s perception of their own gender, or at least their gender expression, away from gender-stereotypical behaviour.


Children are asked to act out masculine and feminine stereotypical behaviours in an attempt to show them that anyone can act in any way they like, because their behaviours are socially constructed and not influenced by their biology.

Mates & Dates facilitators guide, Pg19, Year9

Mates & Dates Facilitators Guide, Page 105, Year 11


For the sake of brevity we won?t analyse every activity in the Mates & Dates curriculum, but in general terms, messages around safe use of alcohol and consent are always mixed with an awareness of gender stereotypes.


It?s a good thing to teach consent and safety with regard to alcohol use, but the message is repeated ad nauseam every year with advertisements, music videos and magazine analyses and always through the lens of gender identity and stereotyping.


The reason why they mix the two together is because the programme teaches that gender stereotypes, or the belief in rigid gender stereotypes, perpetuate and excuse violence.

The program is written from a pro-feminist viewpoint with a gender equity slant, and this means that men are the problem. Mates & Dates singles out men 3 times in the context of anger, anger being men’s most common excuse for violence. On the whole, the messages in the Mates & Dates content around control of anger are positive and useful.

Mates&Dates facilitators guide, Page 55, Year 10

Is it really true that traditional gender roles perpetuate and excuse violence?

The empirical scientific data to back this claim is scant at best. The few references the program uses either are very old studies or read more like conjecture rather than a full scientific study with controls.


The report referenced as justification by Mates & Dates says:

?Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (USA) found that in 2010, 28% of heterosexual US women, compared with 10% of heterosexual US men, had experienced intimate partner violence…”

The source of those statistics also includes a very small segment which notes bi-sexual and lesbian rates of Intimate Partner Violence as being significantly higher than heterosexual relationships.


?Bisexual women had a significantly higher prevalence of lifetime rape, physical violence, or stalking by an intimate partner (61.1%) compared to lesbian women (43.8%) and heterosexual women (35.0%).?

This study by the US Department of Justice also shows same-sex cohabiting couples have significantly higher rates of intimate partner violence.

?The survey found that same-sex cohabitants reported significantly more intimate partner violence than did opposite-sex cohabitants. Among women, 39.2 percent of the same-sex cohabitants and 21.7 percent of the oppositesex cohabitants reported being raped, physically assaulted, and/or stalked by a marital/cohabiting partner at some time in their lifetime. Among men, the comparable figures are 23.1 percent and 7.4 percent?

Another 2008 study of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender intimate relationships reveals a similar violence rates to the previous study.

Source: https://www.gov.nl.ca/VPI/facts/violence_and_sexual_orientation_fact_sheet.pdf?

I have not used these statistics for the purpose of vilification or denigration of same-sex attracted people. I have used them to show that the Mates & Dates programme is premised on the idea that rigid gender roles perpetuate violence even though, statistically, those who do not adhere to traditional gender stereotypes and roles have higher rates of intimate partner violence.

I am stating the obvious when I say that, if the program’s claim were true, LGBT people would have lower rates of intimate partner violence.

The same study is used to claim that men in traditional families are more violent even though it also indicates there are a variety of other confounding factors such as alcohol abuse, unemployment and living below the poverty line making them a much higher risk for domestic violence.

(Page 273-274)

Mates & Dates has ignored these factors. It blames gender stereotypes and traditional gender roles as the prime causes of violence against women. This conveniently ties in with the teaching of self-identification of gender and social constructionism.

This concept, that gender is entirely socially constructed and not rooted in biological function, is highly unscientific. There is some truth that there is a societal influence on behaviour but it is only part of the picture. Mates & Dates has been constructed on a purely social-constructionist platform and ignores biological differences. Nowhere in the Mates & Dates curriculum are biological causes ever mentioned.

A social constructionist would say boys play with trucks out of socialisation, whereas numerous studies have shown how even male monkeys, who are not subject to the same ?construct? of gender we are alleged to have, also prefer wheeled toys, and females prefer plush toys.

The gender stereotype that men are better at building things is likely due to men being significantly better at mental rotation.

The gender stereotype that girls talk more than boys is likely due to the fact that girls learn languages faster and younger than boys do, and have better long term memory.

“The results provide evidence that verbal and
spatial challenges are more lateralized in males than in
females, that females are more verbal than males, that
males are more spatial than females, that females verbalize
more interpretively than males and that males verbalize
more consequentially than females.”

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Our differences are not socially constructed and they are not as flexible as Mates & Dates would have us believe. Gender is not infinitely malleable.

Gender stereotypes have largely biologically causes and this is why men have different vocational preferences, express their emotions differently and verbalise differently to women. Gender stereotypes are rooted in biological functions and not in social constructs as the Mates & Dates programme falsely teaches.


Part one.

Part two.

Mates & Dates: You can be male or female, neither or both

This is part two of a series of four articles that will expose the ideology behind the New Zealand Mate & Dates programme. Whaleoil’s newest writer Jared Luke reveals what they don’t want New Zealand parents or the general public to know.

Mates & Dates Part two:

Step outside the box: you can be male or female, or neither or both.

Mates & Dates is a secondary school program which claims to tackle sexual violence, consent and healthy relationships. Documents obtained under the Official Information Act reveal the full extent of what is being taught.

One of the classroom activities is called ?gender boxes? whereby Year 9 kids are asked to try to put stereotypical male or female traits into either a male or female box.

Mates & Dates Facilitator’s Guide, Pg20 Gender Boxes Activity (Year 9)


The facilitator then explains that it is indeed possible that some women may like cars, wearing trousers or playing sport.

How surprising! (sarcasm)

If the point of this exercise was to break down the stereotype that women should be solely responsible for washing the dishes or doing the laundry, or that only boys are loud, there would be no problem with it.

However, the end goal is very different from that.

The topic being taught is that gender is a continuum, and that any person can step outside of the boxes of male or female, even to the point of being ?BOTH? or ?NEITHER? male nor female.

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Whaleoil EXCLUSIVE: ‘Mates & Dates’ exposed

This is part one of a series of four articles that will expose the ideology behind the New Zealand Mates & Dates programme. Whaleoil’s newest writer Jared Luke reveals what they don’t want New Zealand parents or the general public to know.

Mates & Dates Part one:

Biology doesn?t matter – Gender is a continuum
An Introductory Overview to Mates & Dates

We?ve moved into a new era, an era that rejects scientific objectivity and values feelings above all else. Ominously this ideology has infiltrated our schools.

Mates & Dates is an ACC designed secondary school programme which claims to tackle sexual and dating violence with an emphasis on consent. It?s also been given an $18m funding boost to expand into high schools across the country this year.

The classes are taught by facilitators who are not affiliated with the school. This makes it very difficult to view the content directly. When parents do enquire about the content, they are sent ‘workbooks’, which have pictures but contain mostly blank spaces for writing answers.

Upon closer examination of the classroom content, which could only be obtained after a protracted Official Information Act request, a very different picture emerges.

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