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Ontarians to hold Sept. 21 protest against radical sex-ed at Queen's Park

The battle against the Ontario Liberals' controversial sex-ed curriculum shows no sign of ending as a coalition of pro-family groups are urging parents and all concerned to attend a sex-ed protest rally on September 21 at Queen's Park.

Organized by Canadian Families Alliance, the rally marks one year since Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne's majority government pushed through the radical sex-ed curriculum in all of Ontario's publicly funded schools despite unprecedented parental outcry. But, as Jack Fonseca of Campaign Life Coalition (CLC) pointed out, sex-ed lessons were reportedly delayed until the final two weeks of the school year in many jurisdictions for fear of parental backlash.

"It is important for as many people as possible to attend this protest," noted rally speaker Tanya Granic-Allen, president of Parents as First Educators (PAFE). "We know there are thousands upon thousands in this province who want Wynne's sex-ed scrapped, but we need to show politicians, the media and the general public that this is so."

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