Ottawa, Ontario May 31, 2018
The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) – a public transit system utilized by over a million Canadians every day – is once again pushing the radical LGBT agenda. The design for the June Metropass discount card features a mural from Toronto’s “Gay Village”. The mural showcases “WorldPride 2014” – the shameless worldwide homosexual and transvestite “pride” event which was held in Toronto that year.
In a news release from the TTC, we read: “the TTC celebrates Pride with its June Metropass… the pass features an image from the Church-Wellesley Village that celebrates the LGBTQ community.”
This follows on the heels of the controversy caused by homo-erotic advertisements appearing in TTC facilities. (Thus far, over 17,000 people have signed the petition against these obscene posters.)
These advertisements were sponsored by the Gay Men’s Sexual Health Alliance and encourage homosexual couples to have “the sex they want,” even if they or their partners already have HIV. The shocking images depict homosexual threesomes and bondage harnesses. One picture depicts two men engaged in the sexual act. All these ads are in full view of children who take the Toronto subway’s busiest line every day.
The June Metropass also created a crisis of conscience for objecting transit riders. LGBT lifestyle choices are harmful and offensive in the eyes of many who do not wish to promote such choices.
However, Metropass customers are being required to purchase, carry, and use a card that violates their values and beliefs! Since the TTC has a monopoly on affordable public transit in Toronto, regular commuters will have to pay a premium if they wish to forgo the offensive monthly pass. For low income individuals, this is an unfair choice to force upon them.
The TTC needs to hear from concerned and offended commuters, stakeholders, and the broader Canadian public. They must not be allowed to promote obscenity. They must not be allowed to disrespect and discriminate against customers who oppose the goings-on at WorldPride events and the abhorrent lifestyles being promoted. Please sign the petition, or you may contact the Metropass office directly: firstname.lastname@example.org or 416-397-8827, or write to:
Metropass Discount Plan (MDP) Office
Toronto Transit Commission
1900 Yonge Street
(Weekdays, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., except statutory holidays.)