CTV correspondent Glen McGregor tweeted a photo of Le Soleil’s headline trumpeting Sall’s rebuke to Trudeau: “Our society does not accept homosexuality.”
There you have it–simple and straight-forward. That is, until Canadian mainstream get hold of the story, and twist it into an unintelligible PILE OF NOTHINGNESS.
Under a new Correctional Service Canada (CSC) policy, transgender inmates can be placed in an institution of their preference, “regardless of their anatomy (sex) or gender on their identification documents. In other words, by way of Justin Trudeau, a Canadian can have male private parts, and still be housed in a women’s only prison.
Japanese applicants for transgender surgery are required to be STERILE, single, without children under 20 and undergo a psychiatric evaluation to receive a diagnosis of “Gender Identity Disorder”—usually known as gender dysphoria in the US and UK.
“I’m outraged by the idea that straight people need a pride parade,” said parade watcher Shoshanna Ehrlich, who came with her daughter. “We are not an oppressed majority by an stretch of the imagination. This is full of hate and offensive.”
Not including the $30 MILLION budget dedicated to protecting and advocating for foreign-born LGBTQ2+ individuals, the 2019 federal budget reveals that at least $20 MILLION has been invested for the purposes of supporting capacity-building and community-level work of LGBTQ2+ organizations across the country.
He’s back. Like some bastardization of the introduction to the Johnny Carson Show, Prime Minister Trudeau is once again handing out hundreds of millions for LGBT rights in foreign countries.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told a homosexual news agency his government will be “moving on” lowering the age of consent on anal sex for consenting unmarried partners from 18 to 16 in Canada’s Criminal Code.
The federal government should strictly limit the use of criminal law to prosecute people for not telling a sex partner they are HIV-positive, the House of Commons justice committee has recommended.
B.C.’s Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, or SOGI 123, is a B.C. government set of resource materials designed to guide teachers in helping LGBTQ students feel included and to stop bullying that targets a child’s gender identity.