Young children are being instructed about gender by “Gegi,” a virtual nonbinary unicorn, an educational tool that has been embraced by at least one school board in Ottawa and which heavily promotes left-wing “gender identity” activism.
As reported by CTV Ottawa this month, Gegi was created by Lee Airton, an assistant professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies in Education, and Kyle Kirkup, an associate professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa.
Gegi is a virtual resource that empowers students to assert their rights and challenge norms in schools, the creators say. “Gegi brings together publicly available information like school board policies, definitions of grounds of human rights protection and translates them so that anyone can find them and understand them,” Airton says in the CTV interview.
Gegi the unicorn is nonbinary, and “doesn’t exclusively identify as male or female, much like many of the students who find themselves visiting the site,” the outlet claims.
Limestone District School Board equity and