Ontario publicly funded Catholic school bans rainbows, appropriates student donations for LGBT cause and gives them to Catholic charity

A reader writes, "St. Joseph Catholic Secondary School in Mississauga, Ontario [ed: a publicly funded institution, due to a quirk of Canada's constitutional history] has banned rainbows from a display in an anti-homophobia event. Worse, they're also banning literature on sexual orientation, sexual health and safe sex. And students were prevented from donating money raised at the event to LGBT organizations, instead being forced to donate to a Catholic shelter for the homeless.

This is just another symptom of why the United Nations declared publicly-funded separate school boards a violation of human rights."