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Dentons’ Legal Lie Migrates to Canada

Updated: Oct 16, 2022


Dentons' Law firm pro bono work for Trans has migrated to Canada, creating legal fictions of human sex.


Out on Bay Street, operating as Start Proud

Dentons lawyers in Toronto are counsel to Out on Bay Street, operating as Start Proud, a non-profit organization that provides professional development opportunities to students and young professionals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, or as allies. Dentons regularly advises Start Proud on corporate governance and commercial matters and is currently providing trademark advice to assist Start Proud in its expansion and rebranding process. Previously, Dentons helped Start Proud transition as a not-for-profit company under the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act. Dentons is also the legal sponsor of Start Proud’s annual conference and, for the past three years, has organized and hosted a moot competition for law students that focuses on LGBTQ legal issues.


Friends & Company Community Enhancement Society

Lawyers in our Vancouver office provide ongoing corporate pro bono legal counsel to Friends & Company, a not-for-profit organization that organizes LGBTA events to support the anti-bullying and teen suicide prevention initiatives of Out in Schools.


TRANSlation:

Global legal behemoth, Dentons, provides the legal apparatus to Out in Schools for driving the body-denying dissociative ideology of Gender Identity into elementary schools, indoctrinating children that they can be the opposite sex.

Note: see other blog posts on Dentons’ work in constructing the legal lie of the transgender child.

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