Just in case you were wondering what foolish corporate leaders were going to embrace next…….. BEHOLD
GOOD FREAKING GRIEF! Look what Jeff Dunetz has found
The purple unicorns are the result of another major American company bowing to the god of corporate wokism. What they call inclusiveness and diversity training is really in part forcing employees to understand their nongender agenda. They are even using a woke “gender unicorn” in their training sessions to force employees to toe the transgender agenda. The gender unicorn curriculum was originally developed for children in grades K-12.
Are they serious? But of course they are
PJ Media was alerted to the program via a whistleblower who provided an email from Anheuser-Busch, “Chief People Officer” Lindsay King. What the heck is a chief people officer?
In the letter, King uses typical language about an inclusive workplace and how diversity brings better ideas. This new curriculum follows “Psychological Safety” training for company leaders designed to “foster environments where our teams and perspectives can thrive.” The overall goal is “maintaining an inclusive work environment, one where every individual feels respected and empowered to bring their authentic selves to work every day.”
Psychological Safety………… God help us, we are now all four years old. Remember when you went to work, and, well, worked? And forget not that the Gender Unicorn was intended to “woke” kids
The Unicorn is a Trans Student Educational Resources (TSER) production and was initially intended for school-age children. According to the organization’s website, the implementation of this curriculum has not been without controversy in K-12 settings. ASU incorporated it into the Anheuser-Busch training. It educates employees on far-left gender ideology and claims your sex is “assigned” at birth rather than a function of your biology:
Oh, but if course it is. Did someone say “war on science”?
Other slides in the program claim that gender is not real, but is just a “set of behaviors” and “cultural meanings.”
PJ Media has more, including this REALLY REALLY useful dialogue at work