In their latest effort to neuter gender and strip society of any trace of normalcy and decency, the newest fad in Europe seems to be making male students wear skirts.
The Daily Mail reports:
“A primary school has asked boys as well as girls as young as three to go in today wearing skirts – to ‘promote equality’.”
“It follows a similar move in Spain where teachers and children have worn skirts to show solidarity with a boy who was expelled for wearing one last year. November 4 is now ‘wear a skirt to school day’ in Spain.”
This move by the Scottish primary school was followed immediately by approval and support by the BBC, which is the official state media arm of the United Kingdom. Fox News Reports:
“Today is ‘wear a skirt to school day’ in Spain and this year Castleview Primary in Edinburgh are encouraging staff and pupils to take part to ‘break down gender stereotypes’ and ‘promote equality,’” BBC Scotland tweeted Thursday.
If we had any doubts in mind as to whether this was just about the Scottish kilt, a traditional men’s dress that resembles a skirt, the BBC has thankfully cleared us of any such delusions.
To be sure, we, as Muslims, do not approve of the regular female uniforms of western schools either. This case and others like it, however, go to the heart of a much deeper divide between Islam and the twisted one that has taken over the West. The West is now bent on destroying the concept of gender dichotomy, and there is a reason they love to target masculinity at a young age.
Masculinity is the cornerstone of order. Men living according to their fitra shape and protect their society. Masculine men are therefore the foremost potential enemy of any who have ideas of fundamentally altering that society to fit an unnatural agenda.
The modernists who would corrupt humanity in their wicked image know the importance of going after and rooting out masculinity out of boys at a young age. Muslims, especially Muslim parents, should in turn remember the importance of fostering and reinforcing masculinity in our boys at a young age.