The cries of social justice sweep far and wide, reaching even the shores of Australia. Now, legions of Aussie youth will be indoctrinated on how to combat white, male privilege with a new state-mandated high school curriculum dubbed “the respectful relationship.” Slated to commence in the state of Victoria in the 2017 school year, the program will have students “explore issues around social inequality, gender-based violence and male privilege,” The BBC reports:

Pay inequality, anger management, sexual orientation and the dangers of pornography will be among the topics explored by students in the programme, costing A$21.8m (£13.5m; $16.5m). Primary school students will be exposed to images of both boys and girls doing household chores, playing sport and working as firefighters and receptionists. READ MORE