Canadian Bill Seeks to Criminalize Protests of LGBTQ+ Activities, Impose $25K Fine

Bill would make it illegal to 'make offensive remarks... with respect to matters of social orientation or gender roles' within 100 meters of an LGBTQ safe space.

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A bill introduced in the Ontario, Canada, legislature this week would ban protests and criticism of LGBT activities within a designated 100-meter “safety zone.”

Bill 94, titled the “Keeping 2SLGBTQI+ Communities Safe Act,” indicates it would establish “community safety zones” designated by the Attorney General prohibiting “persons from performing an act of intimidation” within 100 meters of said zone.

According to the bill, such “acts of intimidation” include “causing a disturbance,” “distributing hate propaganda,” “uttering threats or making offensive remarks, either verbally or in writing with respect to matters of social orientation or gender roles,” and “engaging in a protest or demonstration for the purpose of furthering the objectives of homophobia and transphobia.”

“Every person who contravenes the prohibition is guilty of an offense and is liable on conviction to a fine of not more than $25,000,” the bill adds.

One of the bill’s sponsors Kristyn Wong-Tam, a member of the New Democratic Party of Ontario, unveiled the legislation earlier this week flanked by two drag queen performers.

The draconian proposal evidently attempting to circumvent Canadian freedom of expression provisions is being roundly criticized on social media as a way to silence critics of the LGBTQ+ community’s efforts to sexualize children.

Watch Wong-Tam’s press conference introducing the bill earlier this week:

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