For eight months, a small Catholic think tank tackled one of
the most delicate balancing acts in Ontario education: What to call the
anti-homophobia clubs that Ontario schools must now allow — without
calling them gay-straight alliances and offending the Vatican?
While common in public high schools, “gay-straight alliances” were
seen as too politicized for a system whose faith disapproves of the
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