Monday, February 23, 2015

‘Real consultations begin today’: Family advocates oppose Ontario gvmt’s new explicit sex ed program

TORONTO, February 23, 2015 ( -- Education Minister Liz Sandals released Ontario’s controversial sex-ed curriculum today, saying the proposed revisions were necessary in a world of “sexting” and “snapchat” and easy accessibility to the Internet.

Ontario’s curriculum may lead the way among Canadian provinces in “explicitly talking about consent,” she claimed in a February 23 press conference.

Essentially a re-release of the controversial program then-Premier Dalton McGuinty shelved in 2010, the 2015 version has teachers begin discussing genitals in grade 1, homosexuality, same-sex “marriage” and gender identity in grade 3, masturbation in grade 6, and anal and oral sex in grade 7. But the new version also adds discussions about “sexual consent” beginning in grade 1, and “sexting” beginning in grade 4.  (more...)

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