Planned Events — Every second Thursday
December 14, 2023 — Take one of these actions.
January 11, 2024 — Take one of these actions.
February 8, 2024 — Take one of these actions.
March 14, 2024 — Take one of these actions.
April 11, 2024 — We suggest rallying in person at your local school Board!
September 14, 2023, All Day — Unteach.net
Join parents from across the world to #UnteachTheOverreach of schools violating parental rights and women’s rights. Please read this great write up from Resist Gender Education in New Zealand, which offers some great ideas for family activities.
October 12, 2023, All Day — National Freethought Day
Join parents from across the world celebrate free thinking by keeping your children out of schools that are teaching gender ideology. The organizers selected October 12th due to a series of events dating back to the Salem Witch Trials in 1692. Throughout the trials, questionable evidence caused the case to halted. Eventually, the hysteria surrounding the case and a letter written by the Massachusetts Governor William Phips on October 12th declared “spectral evidence” inadmissible in court. Up until that point, at least 20 accused had already been executed. The governor’s letter saved hundreds of lives.
October 14, 2023, 3 p.m. — LASI (Lesbian Appreciation Society of Ireland)
@ St. Stephen’s Green main gate in Dublin. (Opposite the shopping centre.)
We are happy to announce our second public event to protest against gender ideology in our schools.
What we stand for and against:
- To protect freedom of speech/Thought.
- To protect freedom of religion /belief or non.
- To protect same sex spaces.
- Protect against puberty blockers.
We are walking to the Da’il. This is a peaceful protest.
We at LASI understand many people who attend this event may have different opinions /beliefs and probably disagree on many things. However we are asking the Irish people to come together as brothers and sisters of this country. If you agree with what we stand for and against. We know we need each other in the moment of time.
Anyone wanting to make a speech, please contact us at Lesbian Appreciation Society of Ireland We need your name and your organisation if your with one.
Speech must be shorter then 2.5 minutes.
We hope to see you there.
November 9 — We encouraged supporters to email to their Board of Education, encouraging their Boards to read the Gender Framework.