Indoctrination of the innocent doesn’t seem to stop even during the summer months.

Even though schools aren’t in session, woke activists are springing out of the woodwork every day to keep radical trans/LGBTQ ideology on the front burner.

Waterloo Region District School Board (WRDSB) trustee Karen Meissner is promoting a “binding” workshop for this Saturday at the Kitchener public library.

For those who are unfamiliar with the term “binding,” binders are what trans or lesbian women wear to flatten and disguise their breasts. 

The Gender Variant Working Group which Meissner is promoting will be providing special fittings and will be accepting donations of “pre-loved” or used binders.

Why a school trustee would promote such insanity for children is beyond me.

But then again this is Meissner, one of six NDP trustees who joined WRDSB chairman Scott Piatkowksi, to cancel and intimidate 20-year teacher Carolyn Burjoski back in January.

Meissner also was part of the coordinated attack against black trustee Mike Ramsay in early June. Ramsay has been sidelined for the rest of the term (until Sept. 30) and was the subject of a Code of Conduct complaint, a costly outside report and a number of sanctions normally reserved for the most egregious behaviour.

To this day, the cabal of mean girls and boys on the WRDSB have refused to release the report, hiding duplicitously behind the Education Act.

Predictably Meissner protected her tweets after her promotion of this crazy event was exposed this week.

Not to be outdone, the Peel District School Board is offering counselling sessions by a group called AFFIRM to students ages 11-14 who identify as gay, lesbian, two-spirited, trans, pansexual, non-binary or queer. 

There are eight counselling sessions and any young student who signs up gets a $25 gift card (for what, they do not say).

There is no indication who from AFFIRM, which operates with a federal grant out of the University of Toronto’s faculty of social work, will provide the counselling.

There is no indication either as to the credentials of those providing the counselling. It seems the project itself trains facilitators.

The process of signing up is a mystery as well. I tried and couldn’t get access. The appeal directly to middle school students without getting parents involved is just plain wrong.

More than anything, this is nothing more than sexualizing those who are only just discovering their sexuality, dressed in the guise of counselling. 

Does a kid at age 11 even understand what pansexual means?

To go around parents and target young minds with bribes is just plain wrong.

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    A two-time investigative reporting award winner and nine-time winner of the Toronto Sun’s Readers Choice award for news writer, Sue-Ann Levy made her name for advocating the poor, the homeless, the elderly in long-term care and others without a voice and for fighting against the striking rise in anti-Semitism and the BDS movement across Canada.

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