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Sex and politics just don't mix

Former premier Dalton McGuinty discovered in 2010 that sex and politics just don't mix. That's when he first tried to re-vamp the sex education curriculum.

He was forced to back-track not because parents are prudes, as some would have you believe, but because parents believed they know what's best for their kids. And they weren't consulted.

They weren't ready for a curriculum that would have kids in Grade 1 identifying body parts and that would have taught eight-year-olds about same sex marriage and gender identity.

Grade 6 students would have learned about such issues as oral and anal sex.

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