The social engineers, who wanted in 2010 to introduce explicit sexual education with homosexual slant in the elementary schools of Ontario, are at it again. At the time the obscene sex curriculum pushed by the then Premier Dalton McGuinty was met with outrage by parents and religious groups. No matter how hard the Crook-in-Chief tried to blackmail those groups, eventually he had to give up the idea.
Never mind – the defeat is never final. Dalton’s sidekick Kathleen Wynne recently won a majority government thanks to the downtown idiots and the project is back on. As Ontario’s first lesbian Premier (as she reminded us hundreds of times) she owes a favour to the groups that supported her victory. The project is back on and the minor detail that one of its architects was arrested and charged with child pornography is forgotten.
Wynne plans to introduce the explicit curriculum in 2015. However, her troops have worked quietly for years by introducing new and weird things, like the Gay-Straight Alliances, currently pushed on all schools. Recently the Toronto Star proudly published on its front page picture of underage girls, members of such an alliance. Since the presence of a GSA assumes that there are gays and gays are gays, if they practice sex, does that mean that the underage girls are introduced to lesbianism?
Under Kathleen Wynne’s wise guidance things will only become worse. The blog Subway to Damascus has published a scathing expose about children will be groomed under the new policies introduced by our irresponsible provincial government:
As the Toronto Sunreports, the opposition to this new curriculum is being led by Parents As First Educators, a conservative parental rights group. An online petition they published has garnered almost 10,000 signatures in a week.
But if Ontarians were aware as to some of the radical organizations who are influencing this curriculum and the way it will be implemented, that petition would have a lot more signatures.
A LifeSiteNews article says that the “main activist group lobbying for the curriculum’s return is the Ontario Physical and Health Education Association (Ophea), which partners with homosexual organizations such as Queer Ontario and Jer’s Vision, and abortion organizations such as Planned Parenthood Toronto.”
Jer’s Vision is a homosexual activism organization that is touring Canada holding conferences for students. They recently held three events in Toronto (in collaboration with the TDSB) within the span of one week. Their conferences, among other things, train students and staff to lobby for gender-neutral (or all-gender, or unisex, whichever term you prefer) washrooms in schools.
The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (ETFO) is listed on the Jer’s Vision website as a gold sponsor. Jer’s Vision also got a plug on Twitter from the Catholic teachers union for their week-long homosexual activist training event for students in Toronto last May, in which they told students to “campaign to create a unisex bathroom at your school.”
Like Jer’s Vision, Queer Ontario also appears to have some influence as to how sex-ed is taught in schools.
In 2011, they organized a forum on sex ed and gay-straight alliances. Speakers included NDP politician Rosario Marchese, J. Wallace of the Toronto District School Board, and a teachers union activist. The forum was sponsored by a teachers union and the Toronto District School Board.
You can read the rest of what the Wynne is planning for your kids here.