The House of Commons of Canada passed Bill C-6, which amends Canada’s criminal code to reflect changes to the State’s view on conversion therapy. This form of therapy is strictly used in an attempt to convert a member of the LGBTQ community into someone who is straight.
Unlike the protections for people who identify as gay, the conversion therapy bill doesn’t find it illegal for someone to be coerced from straight to someone who identifies as gay. It’s legal to force LGBTQ ideology on everyone because the State sees that as sexual “exploration,” not coercion.
According to Bill C-6, the Canadian government doesn’t see it offensive if someone wants to distribute material “that relates to the exploration and development of an integrated personal identity without favoring any particular sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.”
This implies that Canadian parents are no longer allowed to counsel their children to choose their biological gender as this is now considered forced conversion therapy.
Bill C-6 Definition of Conversion Therapy:
“Conversion therapy means a practice, treatment or service designed to change a person’s sexual orientation to heterosexual, to change a person’s gender identity or gender expression to cisgender or to repress or reduce non-heterosexual attraction or sexual behavior or non-cisgender gender expression.”
The bill gives parental powers to the State by saying, “Everyone who knowingly causes a person who is under the age of 18 years to undergo conversion therapy is guilty of an indictable offense.” The punishment for sitting your 13-year-old son down and explaining to him the biological reasons why he can never be a female is imprisonment for up to five years.
In addition to redefining and creating safeguards against parental involvement in raising their children how they see fit, the Canadian government passed Bill C-4, which, according to Liberty Coalition Canada (LCC), extended its power into Church teachings on sexuality.
From the LCC:
“Last week, the federal parliament of Canada passed Bill C-4 with the support of all political parties and no opposition from any elected member of parliament. This bill, while purporting to protect individuals from coercion and abuse in the form of “conversion therapy,” will instead criminalize Christianity in our country.
This bill’s wording is sufficiently broad to allow for the criminal prosecution of Christians who would speak biblical truth into the lives of those in bondage to sexual sins like homosexuality and transgenderism. If passed by the senate, even a mother or father who offers their children freedom from sexual sin through repentance and faith in the gospel of Jesus Christ (1 Cor 6:9-11) could be threatened with five years in jail.”
Bill C-4 does not explicitly outlaw the biblical view on sexuality but instead allows for ambiguous language that leads to judges legislating from the bench.
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