At an equity conference next month, Ontario’s Dufferin-Peel Catholic school board will feature several homosexual activists including one gay magazine reporter who covered the 2010 Toronto Pride Parade, with video showing him gleefully interviewing various Pride participants, including men dressed in sado-masochistic thongs.
OK, I’m not exactly sure what “sado-masochistic thongs” are, either, but let’s keep reading:
Pihach will deliver a workshop at the board’s ‘(In)equity Conference: Hope for All’, which is aimed at Roman Catholic educators. The event takes place April 16th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at St. Marguerite D’Youville Secondary School. A student panel from the high school will participate.
Les Storey, principal of equity, diversity, and inclusive education for the Catholic board, emphasized that it’s a conference for adults. (…)
The event is being headlined by Matthew Boger, an openly homosexual activist who uses his friendship with a former neo-Nazi, who had previously beat him to near death, in order to promote acceptance of homosexuality. Boger works at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.
There’s also a workshop by Chris D’Souza, one of the government’s key equity trainers, who has advocated same-sex “marriage” and has made it a key point in his presentations to Catholics that “equity” involves accepting the homosexual lifestyle itself. D’Souza is the former equity officer for the Dufferin-Peel Catholic school board.