Anti-Nudity Motion in Toronto Public School: Activities Being Questioned

The Campaign Life Coalition News Release

OVER the last two years, shocking revelations about the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) exposing children to sexual perversion have been brought to light.

Take for example the September 2012 revelation that the school board website linked to a curriculum pack which enticed children to sexually experiment with vegetables, as reported by the Toronto Sun. [Warning: explicit descriptions]

Another example of the TDSB exposing children to inappropriate sexually material was reported on in May 2013. Under the auspices of “sexual health” information, a pornographic poster was placed in a grade 7 class, offering tips on how to conduct oral sex. The disturbing poster displayed a man performing oral sex on another man, published in Toronto Sun.

There are many other examples of morally corrosive curriculum in the TDSB which sexualizes children.

New Trustee – A breath of fresh air

Finally – thank God – a rookie School Board Trustee from Ward 20 named Sam Sotiropoulos has decided enough is enough.

He is taking small but significant steps to protect students in the board from lewd and inappropriate sexual exposure.

Trustee Sotiropolous put pressure on the board to remove the veggie sex link in order that children and teachers could no longer access that “sexual health resource”.

Motion to protect children needs your support to pass

Friend, we need your help. Trustee Sam Sotiropoulos has put forward a motion to be voted upon at the April 9th board meeting.

The motion threatens to withdraw the TDSB’s float from the 2014 Gay Pride Parade if the police and Toronto City council do not promise to enforce Canada’s laws against public nudity.

The TDSB sends children to participate in the gay pride parade each year. In case you are not aware, this event features men displaying full frontal nudity (removed hyperlink by SS), in the streets of Toronto. It also includes simulated sex acts (removed hyperlink by SS), sexual bondage  (removed hyperlink by SS) and sadomasochism (removed hyperlink by SS). None of this is appropriate for children at any grade level.

So far only 2 of the 21 elected Trustees have indicated they’ll vote YES to Sotiropoulos’ child protection motion.

Those are John Hastings (Ward 1) and Irene Hastings (Ward 7) who co-sponsored the motion.  One trustee, Howard Kaplan (Ward 5), has disgracefully defended letting naked men expose themselves to children in the gay pride parade.

It is imperative that pro-family voters who live within the jurisdiction of the TDSB attend the public meeting to show Trustee Sotiropolous that there is public support for the motion. This will also serve as an effective way to apply pressure to the other 21 trustees so they vote YES.

Besides attending as observers, CLC also encourages you to apply as a delegate at the April 9thmeeting. The board will allow up to 10 delegates to speak for up to 5 minutes. We are certain that gay-activists will apply. It’s vital that trustees also hear from pro-family delegates.

Details of Board Meeting & Delegating

Location:              Toronto District School Board, 5050 Yonge Street, Toronto, M2N 5N8

Date:     Wed, April 9th

Time:     Meeting begins at 4:30pm, but the actual vote will be held later during the meeting, after delegation presentations and trustee debates are held. You are encouraged to be there early in the event that opponents of the motion attend in large numbers.

Presenting as a delegate:   This TDSB web page provides details on how to apply.

Send in the reinforcements!

For simply expressing concern for the wellbeing of children and respect for Canadian law, Trustee Sotiropolous has been attacked by the liberal mainstream media and the powerful OSSTF teachers union.

When principled men and women stick their necks out to do what is right, especially if it is politically incorrect, we must demonstrate that they have public support. We must encourage them and show that their efforts are appreciated. friend, will you help bring out the reinforcements?

2 Responses to Anti-Nudity Motion in Toronto Public School: Activities Being Questioned

  1. I support this Anti-Nudity motion.

  2. Please don’t Teach shamelessness.