Anne O'Connor is an early years education consultant in the UK. She advises local authorities on the issues of equality and diversity.
If, having read that, you are already bracing for the worst, then brace some more. Anne O'Connor has written a guide for nursery (preschool) teachers, according to which teachers should not hand out white paper to students to draw on. Using white paper, it seems, runs against the spirit of equality and diversity.
Similarly, Anne O'Connor believes that teachers should lie when toddlers ask them what their favourite colour is and always answer either brown or black.
When it comes to dress ups, fairies should be dressed in a colour darker than pink, but witches should wear pink rather than black.
It's the paper thing that really strikes me. It takes some sort of bent out of shape mentality to connect the use of white paper to discrimination.