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Canadians should be free to raise their children according to their views and values.

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Do you stuggle to understand today’s biggest issues with gender and sexuality?

In this condensed volume written by Ann Gillies, Ph.D. you’ll learn what today’s strongest medical research indictaes about gender and sexuality—and why no one wants you to know about it. 

Education, Advocacy and Social Action for Truth on Sexuality

Research-Backed Education

You will find Restoring the Mosaic draws from the rich resources of validated scientific research. We provide current research and articles on issues such areas of Gender, Identity, Sexuality, Childhood Attachment and Complex Trauma in order to help you understand some of the most important issues facing our society today.

Passionate Advocacy

Restoring the Mosaic endeavours to support and speak on behalf of those who are silenced by a politically correct cultural narrative. Individuals who are marginalized for their values and beliefs need encouragement to defend their freedoms in the social square.

Winsome Social Action

Armed with accurate information and a deep compassion for humanity, Restoring the Mosaic encourages a call to engaging social action oriented toward a New Sexual Ethic, that seeks to re-form family values; the importance and significance marriage between a man and a woman; and the hallowed co-relationship of secure attachment between parent and child.

Latest Resources

Possibility of Change in Homosexual Orientation A study of research supportive of sexual orientation change

Possibility of Change in Homosexual Orientation A study of research supportive of sexual orientation change

There is currently extreme resistance to opening the dialogue regarding change therapy in the area of Same Sex Attraction (SSA), thought, behaviour, orientation and/or identity. Proponents of the possibility of change claim that those who experience sexual confusion and/or unwanted same-sex attraction are able to reduce or change their attractions toward the same sex.

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