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Ask your MPP to oppose explicit Sex Ed curriculum (Ontario residents only)

Ontario's Premier Kathleen Wynne has imposed a controversial sex ed curriculum on children as young as 6 years old. Parents are concerned by the age-inappropriateness and graphic nature of many lessons. Adding to their concerns is the fact that the curriculum was written under the direction of a convicted child sexual predator, Benjamin Levin, the former Deputy Education Minister, who is currently in prison for a pedophilia-related crime and two child-pornography related crimes. Many parents see Levin's fingerprints all over the curriculum.

The lessons teach very young children about anal sex, oral sex, and sexual pleasure. It encourages children to masturbate as a "pleasurable" vehicle for self-discovery. No later than age 8, children will be taught the anti-scientific, ideological theory that being a boy or a girl is merely a 'social construct', and that you can change depending how a child 'feels' in their mind at any given time.

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Local MPP
Education priorities are wrong
Dear M.P.P. [Recipient's name will be automatically inserted],

I am writing about the Ontario Liberal government's controversial, new sex ed curriculum, which was fully initiated in elementary schools this current school year for the first time.

Children don't need to know all the mechanics of sex before they are emotionally, physically, intellectually and spiritually old enough to understand what they are being taught. Scrap the curriculum and spend the money on properly counselling students, in making sure there is help for students who have mental health issues and feeding those that come to school hungry.