- VANCOUVER, British Columbia, October 6, 2011 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Videos showing naked men graphically sodomizing one another - included as “resource material” in an “anti-bullying” initiative for Vancouver’s schools - are “really inappropriate,” says a trustee.
Trustee Ken Denike’s criticism of the Out in Schools program (OIS) comes after parents complained that Burnaby schools were duped into supporting it as an “anti-bullying” initiative when in fact the program is nothing other than a “scam” by “sex activists” to “sexualize students” and “lure” them into “homosexualist culture.”
“I thought it was really inappropriate, especially for a 13-year-old,” Denike told QMI Agency, referring to material from the Health Initiative for Men (HIM) website that was listed as a “youth resource” in the Out In Schools booklet.
“This is material that’s on Xtube, which is really adult material.”
Messages appear in the resource such as “If you f*** without a condom go get tested.”
Trustee Denike says he would like to see more accountability regarding online resources for students. “What we want is for teachers to go through the same procedures they normally do when they are pursuing a book, that they be very vigilant about the material and check out the website,” he said.
Kari Simpson, president of Culture Guard, a grass roots organization that promotes citizen activism, told LifeSiteNews that trustee Denike knows only a “small fragment” of the “real scandal” behind the Out In Schools program. “I believe they are now starting to get the full picture!”
“The Health Initiative for Men [website promoted by the OIS program] is basically a homosexist dating organization that engages in the making of hard core gay porn to send messages about gay sex health issues,” she explained.
Simpson believes that this kind of “resource” where naked men graphically sodomize one another indicates what is at the heart of the program and that parents should be “shocked” and “righteously angry” when they find out what their children have been subjected to.
“Out In Schools should be out of schools,” said Simpson.