Nothing says “celebrate diversity” like forcing everyone to dress exactly the same, like a bunch of Maoists who threw their workers’ garb in the washer but forgot to take the red flag out.
According to the Toronto District School Board’s own survey, the most common type of bullying is for “body image” — the reason given by 27% of high school students, 38% of Grades 7 and 8, and yea, back through the generations. Yet there are no proposals for mandatory Fat-Svelte Alliances, or Homely-Smokin’ Alliances.
The second biggest reason in Toronto schools is “cultural or racial background.” “Cultural,” eh? Yet there seems no urge to install Infidel-Believer Alliances in Valley Park Middle School’s celebrated mosqueteria, although they could probably fit it in the back behind the menstruating girls.
So the pressure for GSAs in every school would seem to be a solution entirely unrelated to the problem. Indeed, it would seem to be a gay hijacking of the issue.
“The Day of Pink” is an initiative of something called “Jer’s Vision.”
Jer’s Vision lists Sexapalooza as a community partner.
Sexapalooza lists Jer’s Vision as an exhibitor.
Interesting, given that “The Day of Pink” is directed to minor children (who I presume aren’t admitted to Sexapalooza conventions. Or this that a naive assumption?)