Cross-Dressing ‘Queer Role Models’ Read to Toddlers to Stop ‘Hate Crimes’
Men dressed as women are being brought into UK nursery schools as ‘queer role models’ for two and three-year-olds to stop them committing “hate crimes” later in life.
Drag Queen Story Time (DQST) holds sessions at taxpayer-funded schools, community centres, and libraries at which children learn songs about “transgender” teddy bears, as cross-dressers teach about homophobia, misogyny, and racism, and read books which promote ‘queer’ and LGBT lifestyles.
What is to blame for the widening racial earnings gap?
Canada’s labour force has become more diverse, but visible minorities as a whole still struggle to achieve parity in the labour market. Even accounting for differences in individuals’ characteristics, the data show that the slow process of integration for immigrants merits special attention.
More than one-fifth of Canadians are visible minorities – non-Indigenous and “non-Caucasian” in race or non-white in colour – according to the 2016 Census. Visible minorities earned only 81.2 per cent of what non-visible minorities earned in 2015 – a gap that has widened by 2.6 percentage points since 2000.
Feminist prof slams ‘toxic masculinity’ out of ‘love for men’
Kutztown University professor Colleen Clemens fired off a series of tweets Monday blaming toxic masculinity for the church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas.
She cites gender theorists who, she says, “have shown that there is very little difference” between male and female brains, and that “people act differently” because of “rigid societal norms created around femininity and masculinity.”
Canadian Province Blocks Christian Couple From Adopting Children
An evangelical Christian couple have filed a court application alleging the province discriminated against them based on their religious beliefs by rejecting their application to adopt a child.
The Edmonton couple — whose are identified only by initials in court documents — allege an initial recommendation they be allowed to adopt was revoked after “interference” by the Ministry of Children’s Services, and that they were told their religious beliefs related to gender and sexuality were contrary to the “official position of the Alberta government.”
Alberta NDP open to conversation on decriminalizing possession of hard drugs
Alberta’s NDP government has no position on decriminalizing hard drugs but is open to the conversation around the issue, associate health minister Brandy Payne said Monday.
As Ottawa moves toward legalizing recreational cannabis next year, recently-elected federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has called for the decriminalization of personal possession of all drugs to help combat the escalating problems with opioids.