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Now it's 'snowPEOPLE' not 'snowmen'! Furious parents blast BBC bosses after CBeebies show uses 'politically correct' language to 'indoctrinate' children (4 Pics)

The BBC have sparked a fierce debate after a new children's TV show used the term "snowpeople" instead of snowmen.
Catie Munnings, 20, who presents Catie's Amazing Machines on CBeebies, said during a recent episode: "Snow is amazing. You get to build snowpeople and go sledging."
However, not everyone agreed with the presenter using the politically correct term.
One dad, Simon Gurd, fumed on Twitter: "Put CBeebies on for my daughter and they are referring to 'snow people'. More PC garbage and indoctrination from the BBC. Another reason to abolish the licence fee."
Another dad named Chris said: "Got cbeebies on for the kids, talking about snow and how you can build "snow people" so we can't even say snowman now more".
However, while some blasted the use of gender-neutral term, many backed a campaign last winter which claimed using the term "snowman" is outdated.
It came amid numerous movements to increase awareness around gender-fluid and non-binary people.
One parent wrote on social media: "Do I want to build a snowman? no , but I'm down for building a genderless snow figure".
Another said: "Our kids had a great day building snowpeople."
Piers Morgan, who is frequently outspoken about gender-neutral terms, got in on the debate tweeting: "Right, I’m off to build a non-binary gender fluid snowperson".



2 comments:

  1. put 2 carrots on your snowman. 1 for his nose and 1 for his cock.
    then you can safely call him snowman and tell everyone to suck it.
    also put the boobs on your snowperson so there can be no misunderstanding.

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    1. I was thinking more of a banana and a couple kiwi's but same idea.

      Next news story, making snow people is racist because they are all white.

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