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UPF-Canada Convenes Program on "60 Years after the Sexual Revolution, Where Are We?"

(See French translation of article below)

Canada—Speaking to a Canadian audience of nearly 50 people, three speakers addressed an event hosted by UPF-Canada on the impact of the sexual revolution under the theme “60 Years After the Sexual Revolution, Where are We?” The event was held on November 26, 2022.

Prof. Harley Price, from the University of Toronto, placed this revolution in an historical and philosophical framework, expressing that it is more a justification of society’s acquiescence to sexual promiscuity than a revolution as such, and, as has always been the case historically, an invitation to social disaster.

Benoît Clotteau, psychotherapist, showed that our society has to make a choice between a culture based on free love and a culture based on faithfulness in love, the latter being more promising for society, but implies the values of altruism, of interdependence at the individual, marital and even family level.

The testimony of Jean-Chesnel Pierre, vice-principal of a high school in Montreal, brought to light the dramatic consequences that the sexual revolution has had on our youth and on the family. He outlined how the school has taken our children hostage and, to the detriment of the parents and the very values of the interveners, is imposing a permissive and reductive approach to its purely material experimentation of sexuality on children.

We have come away from this conference more convinced than ever that we cannot stand still in the face of this situation, but that action must be taken to promote a stable and harmonious family at all levels of society.

Here are the links to the recordings of the conference:

Recording with interpretation in French

Recording with English interpretation

Recording without interpretation

Written by Robert Duffy, Secretary-General, UPF-Canada
Saturday, November 26, 2022

Canada—Le 26 novembre 2022, s’adressant à un public pancanadien de près de 50 personnes, trois conférenciers ont abordé la question de l’impact de la révolution sexuelle.

Prof. Harley Price, de l’Université de Toronto, a situé cette révolution dans le cadre historique et philosophique, exprimant qu’il a s’agit d’avantage d’une justification de la société à des mœurs de promiscuité sexuelle déjà rampantes qu’à une révolution en tant que tel. Benoît Clotteau, psychothérapeute, a montré que notre société doit faire un choix entre une culture basée sur l’amour libre et une culture basée sur la fidélité en amour, cette dernière étant plus prometteuse pour la société, mais impliquant de s’asseoir sur des valeurs d’altruisme, d’interdépendance aussi bien au niveau individuel, que conjugal ou familial. Le témoignage de Jean-Chesnel Pierre, directeur-adjoint d’une école secondaire à Montréal, a fait éclater au visage les conséquences dramatiques qu’a eu la révolution sexuelle sur nos jeunes et sur la famille; combien l’école a pris nos enfants en otage et, au détriment des parents et des valeurs mêmes des intervenants, impose une approche permissive et réductrice à son expérimentation purement matérielle de la sexualité aux enfants.

Nous ressortons de cette conférence plus que jamais convaincus qu’on ne peut pas rester cois devant cette situation, mais que des actions doivent être entreprises pour promouvoir la famille stable et harmonieuse à tous les niveaux de la société.


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