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TORONTO, April 13, 2004 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Ontario English Catholic Teachers Association is promoting a workshop titled Sexual Realities: Working in a Changing Social Context, the 26th Anniversary Guelph Sexuality Conference. The conference has been known in past years to promote a sexual culture as far removed from Christian sexual morality and human dignity as one could imagine.

The conference keynote address, titled Loving the Difference: Drag Queens, Transvestites and Me, will be given by professed transvestite Sky Gilbert. The occasion also features such offerings as: Enhancing sexual empowerment: Therapeutic use of sex toys; Tantra: Ancient sex for modern times; and Outside of the boxes: Youth perspectives on gender and sexual identities.

See the OECTA events calendar web-site.

See the University of Guelph Sex Conference brochure

Contact info:
OECTA President Donna Marie Kennedy: [email protected]
Ontario Conference of Catholic Bishops [email protected]

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