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Arizona nursing class lecture on when to talk with young kids about gender identity goes viral

  • Arizona Republicans are outraged by the University of Arizona's nursing school for teaching doctoral students to discuss gender identity with young patients. GOP state Sen. Janae Shamp claims that the curriculum perpetuates the idea that gender is based on feelings rather than biological sex, which she considers a lie. The Republicans argue that the curriculum caters to a radical left agenda and aims to steal the innocence of young children.
  • The University of Arizona defends its curriculum, stating that practitioners should always work with parents' permission and within the scope of their practice when treating pediatric patients. Faculty members provide evidence-based information but do not recommend specific guidelines on gender-related issues. The university emphasizes that the slides in question were intended to encourage discussion and analysis of complex issues faced by nurse practitioners.
  • Meanwhile, some Arizona Democrats support the university's curriculum, criticizing the Republicans' response and behavior surrounding the issue. Democratic state Sen. Priya Sundareshan is concerned about the Republicans' reaction and defends the university's teachings.
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