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The symbol ‘π’ has commenced landmark legal action in the Ontario Human Rights Commission against Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, arguing that the nation’s new LGBT acronym, 2SLGBTQQIA, ‘lacks inclusivity’.
Lawyers for the famous mathematical symbol filed a complaint with the Commission yesterday. The complaint, which has been seen by this website, alleges Mr Trudeau leads a nation that fraudulently claims inclusivity while systemically committing micro-aggressions against non-binary characters in violation of state, federal and international human rights laws.
The complaint was filed after the release of the Reclaiming Power and Place report earlier this week. The report features the acronym ‘2SLGBTQQIA’ 763 times and on each occasion omits the symbol π.
Ms Barry Shuttleworth-Abdullah, who is representing π, said that he/she was hopeful the complaint would clarify laws requiring inclusion.
“I was deeply shocked that the Reclaiming Power and Place report failed to include any reference to the symbol ‘π’. This report was offensive and has hurt many people,” said Mr Shuttleworth-Abdullah.
“This complaint alleges that the acronym ‘2SLGBTQQIA’ fails to include non-binary characters such as the symbol π despite their important presence in the rainbow community.
“If we succeed future Canadian publications referring to rainbow peoples will need to include every letter of the alphabet and all known symbols from every language.
“It is only when this acronym includes all symbols, including those from unprivileged languages, that it will be truly inclusive. For it to be meaningful it must embrace the meaningless.
“The symbol ‘π‘ is truly queer as it represents a number that refuses to be precisely defined.
“We will be asking that every copy of the Reclaiming Power and Place be pulped and for a new report to be released that is not tainted with unconscious bias against powerless minorities.
“We also hope that Mr Trudeau will allocate $2.3 billion to promote ‘π’ as the new face of queer history month. This funding can come directly from the mathematics education budget which stifles students with its systemic bias towards conformity and an unnatural rules-based approach to life.”
While Mr Trudeau has not commented publicly on the case, sources close to the Canadian Prime Minister said that he was personally suffering at the knowledge his administration had not yet been able to end all forms of discrimination.
The sources stated that he is likely to issue a national apology while blaming US President, Donald Trump, for encouraging hatred against minority symbols.
The Reclaiming Power and Place report has received international attention, with lead commissioner, Marion Buller, being quoted in The Australian as stating:
“The hard truth is that we live in a country whose laws and institutions perpetuate violations of fundamental rights, amounting to a genocide against indigenous women, girls and 2SLGBTQQIA people,” she said, using an acronym for two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex and asexual.