Q: Why are parents in Canada objecting to their children’s sex-education classes ? A: LGBTTTIQist influenced sexual nihilism and anarchy in sex education curricula.

“For decades a deviant dominant culture of sex “non authorities” has organized and financed conferences and workshops, GLBTQ lobbyists, sex-ed teachers and sex-topic speakers, young-adult authors, screenwriters, publishers, academe and mass media to proselytize and recruit children (born only of heterosexual coitus). This effort has centered on the rejection of Judeo Christian, western, “bourgeois” morality for the morality of the deviant dominant educational culture. As a result, any authorities who condemn the parental home culture of child subjects and who expose said child subjects to medically inaccurate, sex-ed traing, are harmful to minors, recklessly indifferent, contributing to the delinquency of minors, grooming children to accept sexual abuse and exploition as well as inevitably training some to themselves be sexual abusers.

A. A Well-Orchestrated Assault on Children’s Innocence

Through school-sanctioned sex education via non-authorities that have become the deviant dominant culture, the medically inaccurate Kinseyan mantra of “sexual from birth” continues. This is reiterated and taught year after year in most sex-education classes. This report serves to document the pattern of seduction and hypersexualization of children by non “authorities” who have established their training and teaching standing on Dr. Alfred Kinsey’s criminal and fraudulent foundation, essentially – basing their curriculum on the conclusions of a sexual deviant. Marshal E. Kirk and Hunter Madsen created the blueprint for what has become the assault on children via sexually explicit education”.342

Judith Gelernter Reisman, Ph.D. Mary E. McAlister, Esq., Debbie DeGroff

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http://www.torontosun.com/2015/09/07/parents-protest-sex-ed-curriculum

A “ghost town.”

This is what one Thorncliffe Park parent protesting the provincial government’s new sex-ed curriculum in East York Monday night said a local elementary school will resemble come Tuesday morning should the Ontario government go ahead with its plans to implement revamped instruction about human sexuality.

Those who spoke to the Toronto Sun vowed to keep their kids out of the classroom so long as the new curriculum is in place.

“We are not going to send our kids to the public school,” said Rizwan Issani, a father of five who attend Thorncliffe Park P.S., an elementary school with a large Muslim population reflective of the area’s ethnic diversity.

Issani was among around 500 men, women and children who hoisted picket signs and raised their voices in the Don Mills Rd.-Don Valley Parkway area to denounce the new curriculum, calling it an infringement on their human, cultural and religious rights.

Protest organizer Azeem Mohamed, 38, also plans on keeping his kids home from Thorncliffe Park P.S.

Mohamed said many of Monday night’s protesting parents also had kids in that school, and that they, too, have plans of a boycott.

“The rule of law gives us the rights to protect our religion, our culture,” insisted Mohamed. “Parents are here … to show they are not happy about what the ministry (of education) is doing … You will see: the school tomorrow with be a ghost town.”

Ontario’s new sex-ed curriculum, unveiled earlier this year, has ignited controversy among many parents.

It is the first such update in Ontario’s classrooms since 1998, but not the first time an attempt at a revamp was made. Former premier Dalton McGuinty tried to put an update in place in 2010, but backed down following outcry from parents and religious leaders.

Many parents feel they have not been adequately consulted on the new curriculum, which will include teaching the names of sex organs in Grade 1, homosexuality in Grade 3, masturbation in Grade 6, and oral and anal sex in Grade 7.

It was reported in the Toronto Sun that of 4,000 parents who participated in a government survey on the new curriculum, only 1,638 respondents were tallied, and that the survey contained questions one Sun columnist said were too broad to get an accurate idea of how parents feel.

Many parents opposing the new sex-ed curriculum have vowed to keep their kids from entering the classroom. Some say they will simply request their kids be allowed to opt out due to religious beliefs.

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