Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Ontario's revised sex ed curriculum sparks debate, rally at Queen's Park

Liz Sandals plays the dyke card -- gay good, straight bad
TORONTO -- Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne strongly defended the province's revised sex-education curriculum Tuesday as she faced Opposition criticism that was branded as "homophobic."

Wynne, who is openly gay, took issue with a comment from Progressive Conservative Monte McNaughton, who has frequently criticized the premier's "sex-ed agenda."

"It's not the premier of Ontario's job, especially Kathleen Wynne, to tell parents what's age-appropriate for their children," McNaughton said Monday following the release of the new document.

Wynne demanded that McNaughton explain why he feels she is not qualified to set education policy.

"Is it that I'm a woman? Is it that I'm a mother? Is it that I have a master's of education? Is it that I was a school council chair? Is it that I was the minister of education?" Wynne said Tuesday in the legislature.

Education Minister Liz Sandals said after question period that McNaughton has made remarks "that are quite homophobic."

McNaughton said Wynne's suggestion that he's homophobic is "the lowest thing a premier of Ontario could say about any other legislator."  (more...)

Actually, a degree from OISE should be a disqualifier. Cultural marxists need therapy, not political power.

More media parroting of Sandals' slur:

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