Protesters, CPC leadership hopeful compare Ontario’s new sex-ed curriculum to residential schools
Protestors against Ontario’s sex ed curriculum compared the teaching guidelines to Canada’s dark history of residential schools. Speakers at the rally on the lawn of Queen’s Park Tuesday, including a federal Conservative leadership candidate, said the new curriculum infringes on parental rights and drew comparisons to the forced schooling of generations of indigenous children.
Conservative leadership hopeful compares new sex-ed curriculum to residential schools
Trost said after his speech that the Ontario sex-ed curriculum is “not nearly” the same level of seriousness as residential schools, but “the underlying principle is the same.”
Sex-ed controversy continues as school year begins
Ontario’s new sex-ed curriculum was implemented last fall with polarizing results as some parents loved it and others pulled their children from class. Entering its second year, the debate continues. “When you take the shame out of your body parts, I think that’s a very important building block for understanding and respecting your body, and somebody else’s,”
All parents should have say in sex-ed changes: PCs
The Ontario Liberal government should release its new sex education curriculum for all parents to see and comment on before implementation in the next school year, Progressive Conservative MPP Monte McNaughton says. “This is another Liberal broken promise — another example of Liberal contempt for voters and parents in the province of Ontario,” McNaughton told Premier Kathleen Wynne Tuesday in the legislature. “It seems you are afraid of telling parents what you intend to teach their children… Read More
New Sex Ed Curriculum
In 2010, The McGuinty government introduced a new Sexual Education curriculum that taught children as young as 3 years old that they could be one of any 6 genders, and also began teaching young children about masturbation and oral sex. This curriculum received massive opposition and was withdrawn after 2 days. Ontario’s new Premier Kathleen Wynne was the Minister of Education from 2006-2010, and now as Premier wants to bring this curriculum back.
The Both/And curriculum
The Both/And curriculum is a document that aims to teach children beginning in kindergarten that they aren’t necessarily one gender or another, but rather they could by any single gender or a mixture of genders. The goal of this curriculum is to have children question their gender starting in kindergarten.
Kathleen Wynne claimed on Monday July 15 that Ben Levin had nothing to do with writing the curriculum. Attached is a memo from Ben Levin stating that this curriculum is “a priority for our Minister of Education Kathleen Wynne and me.”
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School boardshave put out a curriculum that encourages children to question their gender identity by telling them they may not be the same gender as their anatomy TDSB Equity Inclusive Curriculum – See Page 10 .pdf”
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