Toronto Star columnist Heather Mallick recently wrote a piece in which she called all the parents protesting Ontario's new sex-ed curriculum “bad parents.”
But think about this:
For Mallick, her worlds are colliding.
Who are the bad parents she speaks of?
Not the white Christian Conservative right.
No, these protesters come from traditional immigrant minority groups.
And the most stunning absenteeism, according to Chris Selley of the National Post, is from the Muslim community.
There has always been this uneasy alliance between progressive leftists and Islam but now they’re clashing.
Earlier this year, Mallick fiercely defended the right of a Muslim woman to wear a mask while swearing the oath of citizenship. But if a girl is raised in an environment where she needs to cover her face, I’m pretty sure that family also isn’t comfortable with her leaning about sex is a co-ed classroom.
Cultural relativists like Mallick unreservedly harp on about the importance and beauty of multiculturalism and equal recognition of all religions, until their traditional values collide with a progressive leftist cause, then they bail.
This is the practical intolerance of the so-called “tolerant."
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