These council Members Are Out Of Control and Shut Down Democracy over Grooming Cubicles

Grooming Cubicles in Gender Neutral Public Washrooms. The Marxists are feeling embolden.

Universal Change rooms and grooming cubicles
Universal Change rooms and grooming cubicles


Stages of Grooming

Often, abuse doesn’t just happen, many times it is methodically planned out by the perpetrator. By knowing and recognizing the signs and stages of Grooming, you can help prevent the abuse before it takes place, and/or how to respond/interject during the process – saving the child from further trauma.

 Since many offenders slowly build the trust of a child and even their parents’ as a part of their process before abuse, they often follow many steps over weeks, months and even years.

 92% of the children we support in Alberta know their offender – this means a relationship in some form has been established beforehand. Perpetrators not only manipulate victims, but the victim’s family and the community.

 Below are the typical 6 stages of grooming.

  1. Targeting the Victim:

    • Often chosen by sizing up the child’s vulnerability; emotional neediness, isolation, and low self-confidence.This can be done through social media platforms with direct messaging capabilities – making it easier and faster for offenders to identify their victims and to initiate their process privately.

  2. The Bond:

    • Gaining Trust + Information: Offenders gain trust by watching and gathering information about the child, getting to know his/her needs and how to fill them. They may also work on gaining the trust of parents, caregivers and those around the victim who are often relieved to have “help” – growing into being “a part of the family”.

  3. Filling a Need:

    • Using the information gained, offenders begin to offer to the child what they are “missing” – giving extra special attention and affection (compliments, flattery and support), giving gifts, offering companionship, promising gifts of alcohol or drugs – forms of coercion that the child does not recognize. Once the offender begins to fill the child’s needs, the child victim becomes dependant on them; the adult may assume noticeably more important in the child’s life. This stage may involve breaking rules the child’s parents/caregivers have set. Once rules have been broken, the offender has a secret with the child that can be used as a threat.

  4. Access + Separation;Isolating the child

    • The grooming sex offender uses the developing special relationship with the child to create situations in which they are alone together. Parents may unwittingly feed into this special new relationship between the child and the other adult.

  5. Abuse Begins; Normalizing Touch & Sexualizing the Relationship:

    • Now the dependency has been established, boundaries are pushed, and sexualized behaviours begin. Desensitization occurs very slowly and often portrayed as innocent encounters. Incidents like “accidentally” walking in on the child changing, going swimming where both the child and offender are less clothed, intrusion of physical boundaries such as tickling, wrestling, cuddling under a blanket and touching progress to see how the child reacts and if the offender can push further. This then progresses into exploiting the child sexually. “When teaching a child, the grooming sex offender has the opportunity to shape the child’s sexual preferences and can manipulate what a child finds exciting and extend the relationship in this way. The child comes to see himself as a more sexual being and to define the relationship with the offender in more sexual and special terms.”

  6. Maintaining Control:

    • Once the sexual abuse occurs, offenders commonly use the child’s affection, secrecy, blame, threats and sometimes violence, to maintain the child’s continued participation and silence, particularly if the child to attempts to withdraw from the relationship.

Offenders are less likely to victimize a child if they think the child will tell. Talk to children regularly about personal safety. (Protect Children)


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CAMBRIDGE, Ontario (LifeSiteNews) — An Ontario city council has refused to hear concerns over a “universal gender-neutral common area” that could result in children being groomed.

During a February 27 city council meeting in Cambridge, Ontario, Kitchener resident Janice Fiaschetti was silenced and removed from the meeting after voicing concerns over the proposed glass-walled “universal gender-neutral common area” in the town’s new recreation center. 



“At issue is the council’s plan that is laid out in the MJM architectural drawings to have open universal bathrooms, change rooms, and showers,” Janice Fiaschetti began. 

“I ask if any of the councillors provide a guarantee to ensure our children will be safe in any of these areas.” 

According to blueprints, the city plans to build a glass-walled “universal gender-neutral common area” in its new recreation center instead of traditional male and female change rooms.  

The main floor washroom, for both sexes, will have a series of private, floor-to-ceiling cubicles and a public area for handwashing. There will also be a few cubicles with both toilets and sinks.  

The recreation center will also have two universal rooms with a shared space for showering, along with some private cubicles. Both the washrooms and change rooms’ walls will be made of transparent glass.  

During the meeting, Fiaschetti attempted to explain the dangers of the proposed plan, saying, “Having these open areas whereby, for example, a young child or a young female can be changing, using the washroom, or showering with men who very well could be naked or choose not to cover themselves, would not be a safe environment for them.” 



Fiaschetti further pointed out that the plans refer to “grooming cubicles” within the change room, a term the plan uses to refer to spaces with “high walls, showers, and doors which can be locked for privacy.” 


“What if those same grooming cubicles allow the opportunist individual to have contact with a vulnerable child?” she questioned. 

“Part of the process of grooming children is establishing a connection, isolating a child,” Fiaschetti began before being interrupted by Mayor Jan Liggett, who claimed she was “going in a direction that is not allowed here.” 

Liggett argued that Fiaschetti’s concerns have “nothing to do with this facility.” However, Fiaschetti responded that they “absolutely” do, refusing to sit down. As a result, Liggett called security and removed Fiaschetti from the room.  

Despite Fiaschetti’s concerns, the council voted 7-2 to go ahead with the new plans, which are projected to be finished by 2026.  

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