The Santa Claus parade is coming to Montreal. This November 19, young and old alike will line the streets of the city to watch a procession of reindeer, elves, Santa Claus and … a drag queen? If for you “one of these things is not like the other”, then you may want to check out our petition to the Montreal Downtown Business Development Corporation (MDBDC), organizers of the annual Santa Claus Parade in downtown Montreal.
They seem to think that after two years of forced confinement, Montreal families will want to come back to an abandoned Montreal downtown core to watch a winter-themed LGBT pride parade featuring “Barbada”, the city’s “lovable” drag queen, who stirred controversy earlier in the year by touring the city’s children’s libraries with his “drag queen story hours”.
Some might consider these “drag queens” to be “lighthearted” and “fun”, but there’s a sinister side to this trend. Via these “funny and eccentric” characters, every other day in our schools and libraries, children are being conditioned into believing that men can be women, and women can be men. These lies, repeated over and over, have dire consequences on the mental and physical health of our children. In the US, as many as 121,882 children between the ages of 6 and 17 were diagnosed with gender dysphoria or confusion about their sex, between 2017 and 2021. Tragically, many of these children have gone on to undertake dangerous and irreversible hormone therapy and surgeries, which will mark them forever.
I for one have had it with every single cultural event being appropriated by LGBT ideologues and turned into a child-indoctrination session for their anti-family movement. If you, like me, would just like to have an event or two represent traditional family values, then sign and share our petition today:
p.s. You don’t have to be from Montreal to sign this petition. Montreal, and the province of Quebec in general, is like a laboratory for the rest of Canada. If they try something “progressive” and subversive here without it encountering any resistance, then they won’t hesitate to export it to the rest of the country and beyond. So please sign, wherever you are from. Let’s work together to protect our kids and stop this “drag queen” trend from ruining childhoods and Christmas itself!
More Quebec Pro-Life News
"Late-term abortions are performed here every week" - Nurse at the Jewish General Hospital
A nurse at the Jewish General Hospital in Montreal informed Quebec Life Coalition that late-term abortions, i.e. at 20 weeks gestation or more, are performed on a "weekly" basis at this famous Montreal hospital.
She cancels her son's late-term abortion at the Jewish General Hospital of Montreal
Catherina David is a stay at home mom of four kids who contacted us to share the beautiful testimony of her youngest child, Samuel David. She reached out to us at first for prayer and support on her pregnancy journey. Today, she wants to share with us, in detail, how her story unveiled. She discovered she was pregnant at almost 9 weeks into her pregnancy while she was moving from Quebec to Ontario.
Controversy surrounds choice of "drag queen" as "star fairy" at Montreal Santa parade
After two years of cancellation due to the pandemic, Barbada, a transvestite, will be present at the Santa Claus Parade on St-Catherine Street in the Quartier des spectacles, on November 19th, starting at 11 am. The event is organized by Montréal Centre-Ville, a non-profit organization with nearly 5,000 member businesses.