An elementary school in the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) is hosting a series of workshops on affirming “sexual diversity in children” and youth.
The JK-Grade 8 Rawlinson Community School Seminars titled “Affirming Gender and Sexual Diversity in Children, Youth and Families” are hosted by the 519 Space For Change organization.
According to a Rawlinson bulletin, parents and families are invited to join the April 12 Zoom event.
“Sessions will focus on affirming gender and sexual diversity in children, youth and families. We look forward to seeing many of our Rawlinson families at this workshop as we continue to deepen our perspectives and understanding of equity and inclusion,” school officials wrote.
The first workshop in the series has already taken place on March 9. A tweet from the official Rawlinson Community School Twitter account showed several slides from a presentation that touched on additional concepts such as “colonialism” and “intersectionality.”
519 Space for Change is an LGBTQ agency in the city of Toronto that has been around since the 1970s. It has repeatedly partnered with local schools to provide educational and social programs.
The agency’s website also has guides full of explicit sexualized language on oral sex, masturbation, and prostitution.
This isn’t the first time the TDSB has held events focused on indoctrinating children with LGBTQ activism.
As True North compatriot Sue-Ann Levy reported, children as young as 11 were invited to a virtual TDSB LGBTQ conference featuring a performance by Toronto dance group Kiki Ballroom Alliance, which hosts photos and videos of highly sexualized dances on her social network. media.
Levy also reported Wednesday that a high school in the TDSB hosted a conference where presenters told officials that students should be able to use any bathroom they want based on the gender they identify with. Educators have also been told not to tell parents about students’ gender identity. without the student’s consent.
“A student’s self-identification is the only measure of a student’s gender,” the documents state.
The presentation followed a directive from the Halton District School Board a few months earlier which stated that students should also be able to use the locker room they deemed to be “most gender-friendly” and that female students who were not comfortable with the arrangement should ask to be moved elsewhere.