We really are going to lose a major war:
A diversity and inclusion training by the United States Air Force Academy in Colorado instructs cadets to use words that "include all genders" and to refrain from saying things like "mom" and "dad."
The slide presentation titled, "Diversity & Inclusion: What it is, why we care, & what we can do," obtained by Fox News Digital, advises cadets to use "person-centered" and gender-neutral language when describing individuals.
"Some families are headed by single parents, grandparents, foster parents, two moms, two dads, etc.: consider ‘parent or caregiver' instead of ‘mom and dad,'" the presentation states. "Use words that include all genders: ‘Folks' or ‘Y'all' instead of ‘guys'; ‘partner' vs. ‘boyfriend or girlfriend.'"
The Air Force when you ask a fellow cadet, "Hey, how's your mom and dad doing?"
Don't worry though, it's not ALL LGBTQ stuff.
Some of it is totally interesting and useful:
The presentation also asks cadets to finish prompts like, "What I think about me in terms of who I am," "What others think about me," "What might be misunderstood about me" and "How squad/classmates can help me feel valued."
Just what an elite 21st-century fighting machine needs: For everyone to feel "valued." We're in bad shape, guys. Uh, I mean "folks."
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