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Saturday, 1 November 2014

Ontario Residents! Petition on Government's Sex-ed Curriculum from PAFE

Two years ago, the Ontario Government attempted to bring in a new educational curriculum which would have also included Catholic schools on sex-education. This curriculum would have been mandatory as early as Grade 1. It would include blatant sexual language and practices to children far to young to understand and presented with no moral guidance that relations are reserved for married couples and that there are consequences to certain behaviours. I will not discuss here the details, it would simply not be appropriate, however, here is their first attempt under the former "catholic" Premier. The current Premier is a lesbian.

Remember friends, elections have consequences. Remember this if you are in America this coming week and my fellow Canadians next October.

If you are an Ontario resident, please sign this petition at PAFE, Parents Are First Educators!

Here is their statement:



TORONTO, November 1, 2014  -
Just days after the conclusion of the 2014 school board elections, the Kathleen Wynne Liberal government announced that a new “sexual health” program will be implemented in Ontario schools in less than a year, but with no input from parents, no input from the elected school boards, and no input from Ontarians at large.
The President of Parents as First Educators (PAFE), Teresa Pierre, PhD, expressed concern: “We can only assume that the Wynne Liberals are deliberately trying to limit the extent of public input because they want to silence their critics – ordinary Ontario parents who wish to have a say in what and how and when their children are introduced to sensitive material,” said Dr. Pierre.
In its circular published in the last week of October, the Ministry of Education revealed that the new sex-ed curriculum will be fully “implemented” in September 2015, and will be developed and “fact-checked” by “third-party academic experts”. The only non-experts who will be consulted for input will be one hand-picked individual parent representative from each of Ontario’s elementary schools, to the exclusion of every other parent.
Dr. Pierre also expressed concern that the Wynne Liberal plan for a radical new sex-ed plan would make no effort to accommodate various cultural and religious sensitivities in the province. For example, in the case of the Catholic school boards, the news will provoke concerns that the Liberal government is once again determined to override the constitutionally guaranteed right of Catholic parents and school boards to maintain Catholic teaching in their schools.
“This is exactly what happened when the McGuinty Liberals forced the establishment of ‘gay-straight alliance’ clubs into Catholic schools in 2012,” said Dr. Pierre. 
Updates to the sexual curriculum have been dogged with controversy since they were last proposed back in 2010 when Kathleen Wynne was Education Minister under then-Premier Dalton McGuinty.  Parents objected to the young ages at which graphic content and morally contentious topics were being introduced.
“Now, it seems, the Wynne Liberals are determined to re-introduce similar measures, but with as little fanfare as possible,” said Dr. Pierre. “By waiting to release the announcement until just after the school board trustee elections concluded, the province is doing an end run around school trustees too.”  
    We urge concerned residents of Ontario to sign our online petition against the proposed changes! 

Stop the Implementation of the New Sex Ed Curriculum

2 comments:

Ruhul Quddus said...

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Simon Safro said...

There are three things to be mentioned:
1. Premier of Ontario is lesbian and she is pushing the new sex-ed curriculum. It is like using your position to reach your own goals.
2. Sex education should be done step by step and not that early as 1-st grade. Maybe starting with 4 or 5 grade and only in connection with anatomy.
3. Heterosectual issues may be introduced not earlier than in grade 7 not including different types of sexual contacts. Homosexuality may be only mentioned in special discussions when a teenager reached his/her 16 age and not as part of curriculum - just recommended.
The main idea of sex-ed is to show children what family is and how important to have children (demographic problem) as well as what may be consequences of unsafe sex relationships.
Children psychics is unstable in the ages 6 to 12 and if you wish to introduce them sexual issues on this stage you will encouter a lot of problems. Let kids be kids until they reach certain age.