Canadian Students Wearing Pink Today In Anti-Bullying Campaign

Ah, Canada.

Nanaimo students will wear pink today, along with tens of thousands of British Columbians, to show they will not tolerate bullying. As part of a provincewide campaign, Wednesday has been recognized as a day to don pink to deliver the anti-bullying message. The protest started after an incident at a Nova Scotia school in September 2007, when a Grade 9 high school boy was harassed, called a homosexual and threatened after wearing a pink polo shirt on his first day of classes. A pair of fellow students heard the story and launched a “sea of pink” campaign online. Since then dozens of schools across the country have worn pink to take a stand against bullying. Several schools in Nanaimo will participate in the campaign, including Dover Bay Secondary, which has provided 1,000 pink shirts for its students.

According to the Freepers, Canada is a fag country: “There are the descendants of Vietnam war draft dodgers, who, through excessive dope smoking and excessive tofu munching, gave birth to generation of fags. They were probably still born normal, except they were genetically “weak”, and because of nanny state, whiney, “it’s ok for little boys to play with dolls and dress up in mommys clothes” and forced tofu meat free diet kind of parenting, turned their offspring into fags.”