Why Should We Repeal Ontario's Sex-Ed Program?
As Premier Dalton McGuinty's Education Minister, Kathleen Wynne introduced a sexual education curriculum in 2010 that had to be withdrawn in days due to popular outcry over its graphic nature. Parents objected to content including masturbation for grade 6, anal and oral sex in grade 7, and making a personal plan for sex and the introduction of gender identity theory in grade 8. As Premier, Wynne shoved the same graphic curriculum down the throats of Ontarians without meaningful consultation in 2015.
Kathleen Wynne's "new" sex-ed curriculum was 96% identical to the one from 2010!
In 2016, Patrick Brown, leader of the Progressive Conservative Opposition infamously “flip-flopped” on his sex-ed position and said he supported Wynne’s curriculum. When Progressive Conservative candidate Doug Ford ran to become Premier of Ontario, he ran on a platform that included repealing and replacing Wynne’s sex-ed curriculum. After being elected, Ford repealed Wynne’s sex-ed in 2018 for one year, during which he held a general consultation on the curriculum that was not restricted to parental input. In 2019 Ford released a curriculum that was largely a copy of Wynne’s, earning him the criticism of PAFE President,Tanya Granic Allen, that he too had flip-flopped on the sex-ed file.
Since the release of the 2015 sex-ed curriculum, concerned parents and other stakeholders have waged an ongoing battle against the Wynne-Ford agenda to undermine parental rights and indoctrinate children with inappropriate sex-ed content.
Why are parents so opposed to the curriculum? Because it:
- sexualizes young people
- interferes with the rights of parents to direct their children's education
- is causing psychological and social harm
PAFE is helping parents push back!
There's lots you can do to help PAFE stop this outrageous "SEX-ED SCAM"!
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