Dress in Drag Day at a Toronto school. It’s not a joke – that happened a few months ago at the Inglenook Community High School, which is run by TDSB, the notorious Toronto District School Board. Not only did the participants try their best to dress like rejects from a drag queen contest, but they also proudly published the pictures on Facebook (thank you to the blog for uncovering that photo collection and to BlazingCatFur for publicizing it).
It looks like this is one of the alternative schools ran by the Board, which is supposed to broaden its pupils’ horizons. As it is the case with other similar disastrous projects, they don’t expand those horizons in the direction of something useful, like science, but try to erode whatever little sanity is left in the minds of those, who were sent by their naïve parents to that madhouse. It is painful to watch how the public education in Canada has descended into an imitation of a gay bar show.
Somehow, that ridiculous display reminded me of a movie – Fast Times at Ridgemont High – with Phoebe Cates, Sean Penn, and Judge Reinhold, which wasn’t exceptional, but compared to the current garbage Hollywood spews out, it is good enough to be shown regularly on TV.
Thirty years obviously make a big difference. In Ridgemont High everything was about girls and fun, competition and work, fitting in and trying to get ahead. In Inglenook High things revolve around a contest to get in the silliest homosexual outfit. The practical usefulness of such an exercise escapes me, unless the participants pursue a career in bathhouses or plan to provide live entertainment in maximum security prisons.
The event looks like a party organized by NAMBLA to recruit boys. Or maybe this is a gathering of the newly created Gay-Straight Alliances (GSA), homosexual clubs, which will be imposed on all public schools in Ontario (including the Catholic, but most likely the Muslim ones will be exempt). With the homosexual counselors and advisers, who will get access to children through those clubs, such parties will most likely become an important part of the curriculum.
So within 30 years we went from fun and girls to drag queens… From Fast Times to Fag Times… And all this is not some kind of a secretly imposed depravity – it is an official policy of the educational body, which is supposed to take care of the wellbeing of the school children and prepare them to succeed in their lives and careers. Making boys wear ugly dresses is not helping them become better people.
When government institutions are involved in spreading perversion without meeting any resistance from the public, it is too late to save the civilization. That was the case in the decaying Roman Empire; this is the case now with the decaying West. I used to console myself that I won’t live long enough to witness the total collapse, but looking at those pictures I am painfully aware that the end may come much sooner than that.
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