Wednesday, April 29, 2015

The danger parents may have overlooked in Ontario's sex "education" curriculum

Wynne-doctrination in action
Ontario's 2015 Health and Physical Education document that contains the controversial topics about sex "education" has something else that parents probably have paid little attention to and poses great potential danger to students. We know that children are be taught explicitly the language of body parts, the six gender theory, numerous sexual orientations, homosexuality, romantic dating, masturbation, gay/straight alliances/groups, anal and vaginal intercourse and oral sex. Students will also be introduced to the idea of consent when it comes to sexual activity and making a personal plan. They are even told to carry a condom in case there's a chance "they will be having sex sometime soon." And if all this were not enough for parents to worry about, they should pay great attention to what in the curriculum document is found under the heading of "Community Partners."

Let me explain. The course document has a section called, "Roles and Responsibilities in Health and Physical Education." Here's who is involved: Parents, Students, Teachers, Principals and Community Partners. Now the inclusion of "Community Partners" when one first reads the document may not ring an alarm bell, but it should loudly do so. Parents often don't know or won't be informed as to whom is considered a community partner, a mentor and what teachers will specifically be teaching.  (more...)

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