Sexually graphic material to kids in Alberta schools: What you can do

The video above is a follow-up to a blog article I published on March 13th which exposed how a government funded and recommended website, organized by the Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services at the University of Alberta, directed K-12 children to sexually graphic materials. If you have not yet read that article, please

*Please note:  Since filming this video on April 3rd, the entire “Community Supports” section of the Alberta GSA Network has been removed. If you are interested in viewing the links that were originally available on the Alberta GSA Network, here is a PDF of all community support links and some screenshots: WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: GSA Network website supporting documentation 

More details of resources that were accessible to children through the GSA Network website are also available in a May 2nd follow-up blog article entitled “The ABCs you didn’t know your kids could learn at school“.

After watching the video, what can you do?

1. Sign the online petition: CLICK HERE

2. Write a letter.

The May 12th deadline for writing and mailing letters has now passed, but I encourage everyone to continue signing the petition and informing others of this important information.  Also, please subscribe to my blog to keep up-to-date on how this issue is dealt with by our politicians. As of May 13th, responses have been received by Jason Kenney, leader of the Progressive Conservative party, and the Wildrose party.

3. Inform Others

Please share the link of this webpage over email and social media to inform as many people as possible.

I have also prepared a one page information summary sheet that you can print and share with your family, friends, neighbours, co-workers, and parent groups:


INFORMATION HANDOUT – sexually graphic material to kids in Alberta schools

This is a time sensitive issue so please invest time TODAY to take care of these three actions in order to make a difference and ensure the safety of children in our K-12 education system.

If you have any questions please email me at


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