In the small village of Wongarbon, Australia, about 381 km northwest of Sydney, a strange phenomenon has taken place; a 12-year-old girl named Ruby Callaghan has apparently traveled back in time during a routine school day. Her father, in a state of disbelief, has written a letter demanding an explanation from the educational institute, claiming that his daughter left the house on Tuesday morning in the current year of 2017, was transported back to 1968 upon entering the school building, and was returned to him endowed with harrowing tales of gender-segregated field trips.
According to Dubbo West Public School’s latest newsletter, ahead of the its self-proclaimed Boy’s And Girl’s Day, girls will be “treated to fabulous hair and light make-up,” while boys will be “going to Bunnings [hardware store], activities and a BBQ lunch.” Though a Department of Education spokesperson has stated that any student can choose either activity, young Ruby claims that she was not extended such a courtesy. Could the space-time continuum have been breached, or are kids still being subjected to such forms of casual sexism in 2017?
Read Stephen Callaghan’s desperate plea for answers in regards to this shocking incident below, and find out how other parents are reacting.
A father in Australia is accusing his daughter’s school of unauthorized time-travel after a ‘serious incident’
I must draw your attention to a serious incident which occurred yesterday at your school where my daughter Ruby is a year 6 student.
When Ruby left for school yesterday it was 2017 but when she returned home in the afternoon she was from 1968.
I know this to be the case as Ruby informed me that the “girls” in Year 6 would be attending the school library to get their hair and make-up done on Monday afternoon while the “boys” are going to Bunnings.
Are you able tos earch the school buildings for a rip in the space-time coninuum? Perhaps there is a faulty Flux Capacitor hidden away in the girls toilet block?
I look forward to this being rectified and my daughter and others girls at the school being returned to this millenium where schools activities are not divided among gender lives.