In presenting their virtue-signaling proclamation, “Supporting the Goals of Sexual Assault Awareness Month,” the Albemarle County “equity and inclusion” staff made a rather embarrassing exclusion.
While the document’s author apparently rushed to mention every possible politically correct sub-group—
…children, people with disabilities, people of color, men, immigrants, students on school and college campuses, youth in the juvenile justice system, undocumented persons, LGBTQIA individuals, those who serve in the Armed Forces, and others…
—despite the fact that 91% of the victims of rape and sexual assault are female, “women,” by name, were somehow omitted from the Proclamation.
At Wednesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Scottsville Supervisor, Donna Price, noted the oversight and cited a correction. Whew!
Also of significance, the declaration favorably references the Sexual Assault Resource Agency (SARA), infamously known nationally for sexually explicit “deflowering” and “grooming” videos shown to ninth-grade girls at Western Albemarle High School, at SARA’s behest.
And although the Proclamation touts SARA reaching “6,000 to 8,000 students” annually, the wayward organization remains barred from official presentations in Albemarle County government schools following the above-referenced incident.