Oh, dear. It seems like Real Women Canada is at it again. The Canadian Museum for Human Rights is holding a public consultation and they have asked their supporters to flood the site with right wing suggestions.

If they had their way… the main exhibit at the museum would be a debate about whether gay marriage was a human right. Or you know, the need for women to get back in the kitchen. Please join me in counteracting their menace by circulating the link to the survey far and wide among progressive circles.

The consultation process ends March 15th… so get on it! Here’s the link: http://www.pch.gc.ca/pc-ch/consultations/mcdp-cmhr/index_e.cfm

And here’s an excerpt from Real Women’s hilarious press release! Emphasis mine…

This has raised concerns that the museum, with its left-wing Advisory Board, would be used as a powerful tool to champion the Liberal government’s interpretation of human rights, such as abortion rights, feminism, homosexuality, etc. with only some legitimate exhibits sprinkled here and there to give the museum the appearance of legitimacy.

Fortunately the Conservative government changed the Advisory Committee in October to include individuals, mostly business men and women, with no known bias on human rights issues.

It is important that as many of us as possible, with a conservative perspective, provide input into this Museum as it will remain a part of the Canadian culture for many years to come. We want it to reflect basic human rights, not the trendy rights contributed by recent court decisions