Sunday, May 10, 2015

The Globe and Mail editorial shows why parents critical of the sex "education" curriculum are right

Protesters of the sex "education" curriclum  in Sarnia-Lambton and Chatham-Kent
The recent Globe and Mail editorial of May 8 titled, "Ontario's sex ed curriculum teaches society's values, and that's good" is clear evidence of why the protesting parents of the curriculum are right. The editorial's tone is one of arrogance and condescension to the tens of thousands of parents who have legitimate concerns about the curriculum. The editorial's argument like those of most mainstream media is biased and cheerleads for the government side. The editorial tries hard to show that the curriculum is harmless and it's parents who have distorted its contents. The editorial states there's nothing in it that's age inappropriate because "The biggest demons in the document are sugary soda pop, cigarettes, and sexually transmitted diseases." So, the idea is that parents who object to the curriculum are not only wrong, but there is something faulty and distorted with their thinking. The editorial argues that most inappropriate thing to do now is not to implement it.  (more...)

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