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Jun 19, 2017 by Will Maule

Canada Passes Law That Could Imprison Those Who Challenge Transgenderism

Canada's Senate has passed a controversial law against the use of 'wrong gender pronouns.' Critics believe that this may allow authorities to charge those who disagree with transgenderism or who deny certain gender theory. "In Canada we celebrate inclusion and diversity, and all Canadians should feel safe to be themselves," Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould said in a statement, according to Global News.

"Trans and gender diverse persons must be granted equal status in Canadian society, and this bill makes that status explicit in Canadian law. … The purpose of this legislation is to ensure that everyone can live according to their gender identity and express their gender as they choose. It will protect people from discrimination, hate propaganda and hate crimes."

But not all are in political agreement on this one. "We will seriously regret this," tweeted University of Toronto psychology professor Ddr. Jordan Peterson. Canada's Campaign Life Coalition group also criticized the passage of the bill. "This tyrannical bill is nothing but social engineering to the nth degree, all in the name of political correctness," its vice president, Jeff Gunnarson, explained to LifeSiteNews.

"Mark my words, this law will not be used as some sort of 'shield' to defend vulnerable transsexuals, but rather as a weapon with which to bludgeon people of faith and free-thinking Canadians who refuse to deny truth."



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