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TORONTO (LifeSiteNews) — Billboard Chris and Josh Alexander are set to launch an “Education over Indoctrination” protest against the LGBT ideology being forced on students in schools.

On September 22, high school student Josh Alexander and pro-family activist Chris Elston, known on social media as “Billboard Chris,” will gather with Canadians outside two Toronto schools to protest the LGBT agenda being taught in schools.

“In my own personal experience, I’ve noticed that the so-called gender ideology push accelerates with each year and who knows what we’re to expect this school year,” Alexander told LifeSiteNews.

“So, we’re going to be very vocal from the beginning that we won’t be tolerating any of the perverted educational requests on our children,” he added. “We encourage all parents and students to come out and join us and send a strong message at the beginning of the year.”

The protest is set to take place at 11 a.m. EDT in Toronto at the Victoria Park Collegiate Institute and Annunciation Catholic School in Toronto.

“Gender ideology is a cult and our opposition to it will keep growing until these harmful teachings are out of our schools,” Billboard Chris posted on X, formerly known as Twitter.

This will be the second “Education over Indoctrination” protest this year. The first took place this June in Ottawa and resulted in police arresting five people, including one pro-LGBT counter-protester who was caught on film punching an elderly man.

The heated rally also featured Muslims and Christians banding together in opposition to the LGBT agenda being pushed on children, with one viral video showing Muslim children stomping on “pride” flags as their mother cheers them on, saying, “Leave our kids alone!”

The protest is scheduled to take place just days after the Million Persons March on September 20 in Ottawa. Organized by Muslim Canadians, the event is set to unite all religions in the defense of children against LGBT indoctrination in Canadian schools.

The protests planned for the fall seem to be continuation of the flood of protests against the LGBT agenda being promoted in the classrooms beginning this spring. The last few months of school revealed an increasing number of students and parents standing up against the mainstream narrative.

In May, hundreds of students, reportedly predominantly Muslim, stayed home when their London, Ontario, schools flew the “pride” flag.

The same month, Quebec students tore down and trampled a rainbow “pride” flag as their local school prepared to celebrate the 2023 “International Day against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia.”

On June 1, thousands of students across Canada stayed home to protest the promotion of “Pride Month” in the public education system, with one school said to have 75% of its students missing.

In June, high school students from schools in Quebec and Ontario tore down “Pride” flags amid cheers from fellow students.

Later that month, Toronto-area students protested outside a high school that reportedly suspended students for stating there are only two genders.