H'mmm I had to look that up and what do I findExcept for parthenogentic species.
Poor Moosie. His "basic rules" are simply incorrect.
And like all bigots, he'll be happy to ignore the fact that parthenogentic species exist because it don't fit his "rule."
are fish, insects, and reptiles in the animal kingdom?
Not according to you.are fish, insects, and reptiles in the animal kingdom?
There are 2 basic rules in all the animal kingdom
1) carry on the species
2) Hunt gather food and defend the nest to carry on the species
That takes 2 biological genders to accomplish.
Coke too woke? Employees urged to be 'less white' as part of training
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Publishing date:Feb 25, 2021 • 19 hours ago • 1 minute read • comment bubble21 Comments
Coke put some employees through some strange training.
Coke put some employees through some strange training. PHOTO BY KAREN BLEIER /AFP via Getty Images
Coca-Cola has come under fire after it was revealed that some employees were encouraged to be “less white” as part of diversity training, according to the New York Post.
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The training was offered by LinkedIn Education and was called “Confronting Racism.” After a whistleblower released screengrabs of the course to a YouTuber, it was allegedly taken offline.
“In the U.S. and other Western nations, white people are socialized to feel that they are inherently superior because they are white,” reads one of the slides, allegedly sent from the “internal whistleblower” and posted on Twitter by Karlyn Borysenko.
Borysenko said she was sent the screenshots. Another suggested employees should “try to be less white” and “be less oppressive,” “listen,” “believe,” and “break with white solidarity.”
The course featured interviews with Robin DiAngelo, who wrote “White Fragility.”
“The Confronting Racism course featuring Robin DiAngelo is no longer available in our course library, at the request of the third party content provider we licensed this content from,” Nicole Leverich, vice president of corporate communications, told Newsweek.
In a twist, a representative for DiAngelo said she didn’t create any of the slides.
Coca-Cola said the training was not mandatory, according to Newsweek, but some employees told Borysenko it was.
“We will continue to listen to our employees and refine our learning programs as appropriate,” Coca-Cola told Newsweek.
Coca-Cola has been criticized on social media since Friday when Karlyn Borysenko tweeted screenshots of the LinkedIn course.newsweek.comCoca-Cola employees were urged to be “less white” as part of the company’s alleged diversity training — but the material was yanked offline following a viral whistleblower post. T…nypost.com