Vancouver Christian TV host to run for school board seat to address transgenderism

Vancouver Christian TV host to run for school board seat to address transgenderism

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[Burnaby Now] A former Christian TV host and outspoken critic of the province’s sexual orientation and gender identity resource for schools is running for a spot at the Burnaby school board table.

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Laura-Lynn Tyler Thompson, a Christian blogger, author and former co-host of The 700 Club Canada, wasted no time stating what she believes to be the most important issue facing B.C. students.

“I think the most important issue facing schools is that parents are highly alarmed and very upset that children are being taught gender-fluid ideology. It has no place in school,” she told the NOW.

At rallies and on social media, Thompson has spoken against SOGI 123, a resource developed a couple years ago to help B.C. schools support gay, lesbian and transgender students and make schools more inclusive for them.

Supporters of the resource and the LGBTQ community have organized counter-protests at anti-SOGI events Thompson has been a part of, and she has become a controversial figure for her views.

This article continues at [Burnaby Now] Anti-SOGI activist gunning for seat on Burnaby school board

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