Repealing Sex-Ed Against Human Rights?!






This morning, The Toronto Star reported that at least six families are launching a human rights case over the repeal of the Wynne/Horwath sex-ed curriculum, claiming that the former curriculum would have a negative impact on LGBTQ youth. The families are requesting an expedited hearing in order to keep the curriculum this fall. To read the article, click here.

It is clear that the Ford government is under immense pressure from the NDP and radical activists to back down on its promise to repeal the Wynne/Horwath sex-ed. We must act now! Please continue collecting signatures for PAFE’s petition which you can download by clicking here. If you have more than 100 signatures, please email or call us to arrange for pick up by Monday August 13 at 10 am: [email protected] or 416.763.7233; otherwise, please mail the forms to:

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For the family,


Tanya Granic Allen, President

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  • Adrian Stoica
    commented 2018-08-10 01:07:01 -0400
    Thinking about it, we could also consider this strategy, if all else fails. Under the Charter of Rights, this obscene curriculum is likely a violation of our religious rights.
  • Adrian Stoica
    commented 2018-08-09 19:40:48 -0400
    This is a major test of Doug Ford’s political will, as well as a test of our democratic system – if an elected government and parliament still counts for something.

    A strident, well funded group of far-left and trans activists are trying to prevent the implementation of one of the central points of his platform. I hope he realizes that if he gives in, his political career is over, for all intents and purposes. It will also be concrete proof that in Ontario, democracy has broken down, and real power has been hijacked by the militant far-left and other radical groups.

    As far as I know, these “human rights tribunals” are kangaroo courts that cannot block a government decision – only a real court can do that. My guess is that Horwath is hoping for a propaganda effect, more than anything; or maybe to temporarily delay the repeal of the current curriculum.