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School Bans Clapping Because Some People are too “Sensitive”

Published on July 25, 2016 by   ·   2 Comments


Daily Sheeple

To “respect members” of the “school community” that might be “sensitive to noise,” Elanora Heights Public School in Sydney, Australia has now adopted a “silent cheering” policy at assemblies.

“When you attend an assembly, teachers will prompt the audience to conduct a silent cheer if it is needed,” the school noted in an emailed statement.

Kids will be “free” to “punch the air, pull excited faces and wriggle about on the spot” — that is, of course, until punching the air is banned for promoting violence, pulling excited faces gets banned for offending someone who gets offended when faces are pulled, and wriggling is officially classified as a “microaggression”.

Australian schools have been the target of political correctness in hyperdrive for the last few years and it just keeps getting more and more ridiculous seemingly by the week. Bans now include everything from an exclusive girls school banning teachers from using the adjectives “ladies” or “women” to describe females because it isn’t inclusive enough (again, at an all girls school), to the banning of the word “black” in the song “Baa Baa Black Sheep”.

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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Chad Prier Chad Prier says:

    There it is. The final straw that broke the camel’s back. We are now officially a world full of over sensitive p*ssies.

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