Barsotti, Natasha
September 2011
Xtra West (Vancouver);9/8/2011, Issue 471, p14
The article reports on the opposition of Chinese parents on the anti-homophobia policy enforced by the Burnaby School Board in British Columbia on June 14, 2011. According to them, the said policy will promote reverse discrimination and violates parental rights. Charter Lau argues that she is not against about the recognition of gay's existence in schools, but the act of teaching children about gay people's positive contribution in society is another story.


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