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Ontario's sex-ed debate

The Star describes me as an "anti-sex-education monger." I have never been against sex education but I am against this radical curriculum that teaches little children graduate level ideas of gender identity. The bait and switch technique of stating the "Ontario government should debunk misinformation on its new sex education curriculum" and then not addressing fact that "gender identity" is taught 39 times throughout the curriculum, from Grade 1 through 8.

On page 124, the teacher is instructed in paragraph C3.3: "describe how visible differences... and invisible differences... e.g. gender identity... make each person unique."

I hope we can have an accurate, respectful debate where the Star defends the merits of this curriculum teaching little children that they "may or may not be the same (gender) as the person's biological sex" and that there are six genders, not two. If you cannot, please do not lower the discourse to simple name calling.

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