In the video “Has Swedish feminism gone too far?” a school administrator states:
People think that we are going to change girls to boys, and boys to girls. But that is of course not what we are doing.
Immediately after she says this, the video cuts to a picture of a children’s book with a little boy playing soccer in a pink dress on the cover. This isn’t intended to be humorous or to call out the lie, but to reinforce her argument that the school is merely allowing children to be themselves. Starting at 2:02:
The book is titled Kalle med klänning, which Google translates to Skull with dress. From the Google translation of the book’s description:
It is the hottest day of the entire summer holiday. Kalle is sweating and would very much like to have a dress that blows. When he gets one of his cousins’ grown-up dress that is completely pink with silver dots, he gets so happy! And the dots are luminous!
Kalle loves the dress, it is much cooler and more comfortable than his shirt and pants.
And when he starts school after the summer, he refuses to take it off. his teacher complains and his friends laugh – until the day he scores goal after goal on the football matches.
Kalle is wearing a real goalie dress.
And now everyone else wants a…
The author explains why she wrote the book:
One of my sons has spent much of his life dressed in a dress because he loves dresses. When he was four or five years old, many were disturbed by how he was dressed and thought he could do it at home where no one saw him alone. It was so hard to tell the difference whether he was a guy or a girl. I got angry and felt that Kalle was needed to show that if one can be as one wants then one becomes good at everything and that dress is a garment just like anything else.
The lie is paper thin, and all pretext of feminists wanting to allow children to “be as they are” is casually discarded when it isn’t useful. In the opening of the same video feminists are arguing that boys shouldn’t be permitted to pee standing up. They interview a Swedish lawmaker who introduced a law on the topic after teaching his own son to never pee standing up. No one is interviewed to directly challenge this proposed law, and instead the video cuts to a 1970s feminist who believes that modern feminism has started going too far.
H/T Red Pill Christianity