A male performer exposed his genitalia to an audience of parents and children at the Canadian art exhibition “Love Me Gender.”
A video of the performance that surfaced on Twitter on Sunday depicts a man in high heels having his loincloth ripped off, exposing his mature male genitalia to the audience. A portion of the audience consisted of parents and their children boys and girls, some of whom appeared to be no older than 10 years old.
The adults seen in the video with children did not appear upset nor did they prevent their children from witnessing the man in his entirety.
The video can be seen on this page. (WARNING: Despite blurred body portions, viewers may find this video disturbing.)
The exhibition’s webpage on the Musée de la Civilisation’s website contains a vague and inaccurate “benevolent warning” that states the exhibition contains “explicit anatomical elements and partial nudity scenes.” Technically, the disclaimer is accurate if you consider covering your feet but not your phallus to be partially nudity.
To avoid discouraging potential audience members, the page suggests that “children be accompanied by an adult to guide them through their visit and initiate a dialogue on gender diversity.”
In an email to The Daily Signal, Jay Richards, director of The Heritage Foundation’s Richard and Helen DeVos Centre on Life, Religion, and the Family, said, “It should be obvious by now that gender ideologues are committed to sexualizing children.” This can occur in school classrooms, local libraries, or, as in this case, at art exhibits. The Daily Signal is the multimedia news website for Heritage.
One of the exhibition’s producers previously authored an illustrated adolescent sex encyclopaedia that discussed the Kama Sutra, contraceptives, transgenderism, hypersexuality, and the deconstruction of virginity and purity.
A guide explaining the “ABCs of Gender” and how to be an LGBTQ+ “ally” is included with the exhibition for those who are not LGBTQ+. Many of the LGBTQ+ organisations listed in the guide offer services to young people who identify as “queer” or “questioning.”
Richards stated, “If this were a rare occurrence in Canada, it might not be newsworthy.” “However, this is significant because it perfectly illustrates what gender ideology is and why it must be stopped.”