A Vancouver high school has a sexual-themed game show; "Sex at Lunch," it’s been nicknamed.
How creepy is that?
Creepy enough that the school forgot to include it in their events calendar sent to parents.
In fact, I’ll play you a clip where teachers tell students not to publicize the event. Keep it our little secret...
The photos and audio recordings we have tonight were taken by Kari Simpson, a political activist who has long been warning about the sexualization of schools by school boards for decades. She attended this event, and later the school sent her a lawyer’s letter demanding that she not publicize it.
You'll hear the banter between teachers and students:
Telling Grade 12 kids they might be sex addicts and that half of their peers are having sex; telling them to use condoms, and dental dams — even though many of these students are below the legal age of consent; talking about abortion but not adoption; teaching them about "furries" and other kinky sexual preferences.
This is insane stuff.
And it’s all built towards normalization and sexualization and promotion of sex, not health or safety. It’s certainly not about morality.
I’ve got a question for you:
Do you think this is the only school in Canada that has this sort of sexualization of children, this normalization of fetishes and extremism, do you think this is the only school that does?
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