Free speech either exists or it does not
Free speech either exists or it does not
Lesbian Premier of Ontario, Kathleen Wynne is a
perfect example of why I believe that homosexuals
should NOT be allowed in government office
Ontario’s Radical Sex Ed Curriculum
CLC has studied the 2015 proposed curriculum and we have found that
the controversial elements of the program that angered parents in 2010
have remained unchanged, word for word, at the same age-inappropriate
grade levels as before, when it was written under the direction of
confessed child pornographer Benjamin Levin, then Deputy Education
Minister. The only difference now is that Kathleen Wynne has made the
curriculum even more explicit and more age-inappropriate than before,
dramatically increasing the mentions of “Gender Identity” theory, sexual
“identities” and “orientations”.
Anal intercourse is still being presented in a way that students will
interpret as carrying no higher risk for STIs than vaginal intercourse,
an irresponsible and misleading presentation of the former which
carries a 3000% higher risk for contracting HIV. The curriculum also
downplays the seriousness of contracting HIV, potentially leaving the
impression with students that it’s not really that big a deal. A section
on HIV and AIDS seems to have an undertone of making it acceptable and
normal for individuals who are HIV positive to continue having sex with
others. Of course this is not science-based teaching. It’s political and
social engineering. It is irresponsible and may also put lives at risk.
The 2015 version has added a new, controversial and very flawed
theory that will be taught to elementary school children, called “gender
expression”. The new curriculum document also has a much stronger
undertone of sex as a purely recreational activity whose purpose is pleasure, apart from love or marriage.
In fact, the words “love” and “marriage” never appear once in the
sex-education strand of the curriculum. Not a single mention. Does that
reveal the mindset of its writers, if not the philosophical
underpinnings of the curriculum itself?
EXCERPTS FROM THE 2015 SEX-EDUCATION CURRICULUM
Grade 1 (age 6): Genitalia & consent
- Graphic lesson on sexual body parts including “penis”, “testicles”, “vagina” and “vulva”
- Kathleen Wynne and Minister Liz Sandals have also promised that
teaching of “enthusiastic sexual consent” will be weaved throughout the
sex-ed curriculum, beginning in grade 1. It appears that it will become
progressively more explicit in each grade so that children can “see what
consent looks like”, although the government has not provided details
on how this will be presented to 6 year olds.
Grade 3 (age 8): Gender as a changeable social construct
Will teach the disputed
theory of “gender identity” as if it were fact. This is the notion that
whether you’re a boy or a girl does not necessarily relate to your
physical anatomy. It is merely a “social construct”. Gender is “fluid”
according to this theory, and any little boy can decide that he is
actually a girl, if that’s the way he feels in his mind, or vice-versa.
potential for causing serious sexual confusion in the minds of children
is very real with this teaching.
Grade 3: (age 8) Homosexuality
- Will normalize homosexual
family structures and homosexual “marriage” in the minds of 8-year-olds,
without regard for the religious/moral beliefs of families. See excerpt
from the actual 2015 curriculum below.
- The rough outline below
will no doubt be supplemented with additional teacher resources and
Ministry training that will more aggressively undermine the beliefs of
traditionally-principled families. For example, here is
a children’s story book approved by the Ministry of Education, which
pushes a world view that is clearly on one-side of this divisive moral
- It would be one thing to
teach the fact that such alternative family structures exist, if the
plan were to teach it at older ages, and if it were done in a way that
respected the deeply held religious and moral beliefs of
traditionally-principled families. However, the Kathleen Wynne
government will certainly take an activist approach to these lessons and
show no respect nor tolerance for traditionally-principled families.
- Gender Identity theory is not science-based teaching, but rather a
dangerous socio-political philosophy that seeks to normalize a mental
disorder. Gender identity confusion is still recognized by the American Psychiatric Association’s
Diagnostic & Statistics Manual as a “gender dysphoria” disorder.
This ideology being foisted on school children by the Wynne government
aims to indoctrinate the next generation into believing that
transgenderism/transsexualism is an innate, genetic characteristic just
like skin colour or race.
Grade 4 (age 9): Romantic dating
introduce children to the idea of being “more than just friends” and
“going out” with classmates whom they may “like”.
- Many parents would find that
introducing this idea of dating at age 9 is not age-appropriate. On its
own this content might not seem too serious, but in the context of the
other controversial lessons, plus the curriculum’s connections to a
confessed child pornographer (jump to link) and to unsavoury groups who promote anal play, group sex, sadism/masochism, and bondage (jump to link), parents are prudent to see a red flag here.
Grade 6 (age 12): Masturbation
- Encourages masturbation as a “pleasurable” way for children to
learn about their bodies. See excerpt from the actual 2015 curriculum
Regardless of what any person’s moral stance is on the practice of
masturbation, all fair-minded people should agree that the government
has no business actively promoting/encouraging 12 year olds to
- In addition to promoting the practice of masturbation, the curriculum will teach about “vaginal lubrication”.
- It is unclear how this teaching can possibly be retrofitted with a
“Catholic lens” in order to make it suitable for Catholic religious
schools. Catholic doctrine teaches that masturbation is an immoral
practice that violates the purpose of human sexuality, which is ordered
towards marriage, procreation and the mutual fulfillment of husband and
Grade 7 (age 13): Anal intercourse & Oral Sex
Under the pretext of encouraging abstinence from behaviours associated with high risk for STDs, the curriculum uses a sleight of
hand to sneakily introduce to children the concepts of “anal
intercourse” and “oral-genital contact”. Those are ideas that many of
these 12-13 year old kids might not be aware of, or at least, have never
seriously considered as an act they could be taking part in now. In
another sleight of hand, “anal intercourse” is lumped in as a sexual act
of the same kind as vaginal intercourse, with no differentiation
between the two types of sexual acts, either morally or with respect to
risk for sexually transmitted disease, for which the former carries
dramatically higher risk.Was the goal in this sneaky introduction of graphic sex acts to avoid
the accusation that the Premier was promoting a gay agenda, seeking to
normalize gay sex in the minds of kids? By claiming that this curriculum
is about encouraging kids to “delay” these high risk sexual activities,
many casual readers won’t notice that what has actually occurred is
that the teacher has planted ideas in the minds of children that might
not otherwise be present, regarding “anal intercourse”, “oral-genital
Anal intercourse is not an activity to which the government should be giving any semblance of approval whatsoever. It
is the most efficient method of transmitting the AIDS virus, so much
so, that despite all the “safe sex” and condom education over the past
30 years, epidemiologists still predict that 50% of
men-who-have-sex-with-men (MSM) will eventually contract HIV.
In fact, the Ontario government’s chief epidemiologist publishes a
report on the spread of HIV every 4 years. In the most recent study,
collecting data between 2005 to 2008, it found that almost 1 in 4 MSM
who live in Toronto (21.9%), are currently infected with HIV.
Grade 7: (age 13) Sexual Pleasure
- Teacher may help 12-yr-olds to appreciate an “understanding of your own body, including what gives you pleasure”.
Grade 8: "Make a personal plan’ about your sexual activity
- To a lot of parents,
reading a curriculum suggestion for grade 8’s in which the teacher is to
help students make a sexual plan for themselves sounds a little
perverse. Is it age-appropriate to suggest to grade 8’s that they should
make a plan in which they decide how far they’re willing to go with
sexual activity, and then “stick to what I had planned”.
- Many parents feel this has
an undertone that is too sexually permissive and is giving license to
promiscuity. Keep in mind that at this age, children cannot legally give
consent. It may actually be illegal for adults to instruct underage
children to have sex.
- The next teacher prompt once again risks sending the message to grade 8
kids that “we expect you may be having sex or will very soon”.
- Is there a risk this will put pressure on kids to become sexually
active? Or on others who are curious, especially boys, the encouragement
to go ahead and do so? Well, a 2014 poll of UK teens conducted by the Institute of Public Policy Research suggests that the answers may be YES. Researchers found
that a large majority of both boys & girs complained that sex
education often presents promiscuity as normal, putting additional
pressure on them to become sexually active before they might otherwise
Grade 8: Keep a condom with you
- Children will be taught to keep a condom on their person in case there’s a chance “they will be having sex sometime soon”.
- This is an overly explicit
suggestion to children which once again will leave the impression with
kids that we adults expect they are now having sex. For some, it might
even be felt as pressure to become sexually active. For some kids, this
type of lesson will only arouse curiosity to try things sooner than they
would have planned to on their own. It is a recipe for launching
children into a lifestyle of promiscuity.
Benjamin Levin: Pedophilic influence?
It’s important to consider the fact that this curriculum was also
written under the direction of a confessed child sex predator, Mr.
Benjamin Levin. He was the Deputy Education Minister at the time,
serving under then Education Minister Kathleen Wynne. Levin was charged by police with 7 child pornography related charges, and confessed to three of them.
Kathleen Wynne rejects parents’ plea to withdraw
The Ontario premier says she met with parents who asked her government to withdraw the updated sex education curriculum.
Kathleen Wynne met Wednesday with parents opposed to the Liberal
government’s sex education curriculum but she says nothing has changed.
“The request in the room was to withdraw the
curriculum. We are not going to do that,” Wynne told reporters after the
meeting, which was supposed to be a quiet affair until word leaked out.
“I think in some case we are going to have to
agree to disagree but my hope is once we clarify some of the issues
around how parents can withdraw their kids … that will make it
easier for parents,” she said.
The controversial curriculum takes affect this September with some parents threatening to pull their children out.
Ontario parents opposed to sex ed changes threaten
to pull kids from school
A group of Ontario parents is threatening to pull their kids out of
school this week, in protest of the province’s new sex-education
A Facebook group called “Parents & Students on strike: one week no school” is encouraging parents who oppose the 2015 sex-ed curriculum to keep their kids at home.
The group also offers a letter template for parents to give to their
children’s respective schools, which states the curriculum contains
“age-inappropriate” content that does not align with the “principles and
beliefs” of families.
Wynne meets with parents upset with new sex-ed
TORONTO – A group opposed to the
province’s new sex-ed curriculum met with Premier Kathleen Wynne
Wednesday but neither side changed their position.
“The premier has said she absolutely refuses to withdraw the
program,” Gwen Landolt, a founder of REAL Women, said after the meeting.
“We asked it to be withdrawn. We asked there be a pause and she said,
Ontario will introduce a revamped health and physical education curriculum this fall that includes lessons about sex in Grade 1.
Opponents have said the material is being taught at too early an age,
and that some of it conflicts with family and religious values.
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