Defend The Updated Ontario Sex Education Curriculum

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Mo Delaro
6 years ago
I am signing because as a Canadian Muslim I believe this is important and Ontario Sex Education Curriculum needs to be updated to reflect the diversity in our society and people of all races gender religions and creed.

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Michael Cowtan
6 years ago
One Rehtaeh Parsons was one to many

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Elaine Berns
6 years ago
I don't want kids to learn about sex and sexuality the way I did! I wish who I was and am was explained to me and validated! Time to move into the times!

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Maya Roy
6 years ago
The new curriculum is based on science! Ignore the misinformation :-)

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Kathleen Davidson
6 years ago
I'm asexual and my teen is non-binary trans. We both could have used timely, accurate information. Sexual education helps!

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Paul Acree
6 years ago
The knowledge being imparted is too important to be thwarted by fearful, close minded people.

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Carol Towne
6 years ago
I'm appalled at the lack of sex education that has gone on over the years, in school and in the homes. too many puritan ideas about it. Grown and married women of all ages have no idea what their vagina even looks like! Apparently though it’s okay to let our children be subjected to violence, guns, blood and gore, and to let them have violent video games....just can't get my head around it.

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Brady Steeper
6 years ago
I sincerely believe in this being the right thing. The reality of our world demands that students learn about their bodies, about sexuality, about acceptable, about safe sex, and about respect.

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Meg Gibson
6 years ago
Lack of Sex Education leads to unwanted disease and pregnancies!! Which is what we are all wanting to avoid. I don't understand why any parents would want ignorant children!

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Felicity Feinman
6 years ago
If this was the sex ed curriculum when I went to school, I think it would've helped me come to terms with my bisexuality sooner and question misogynistic interactions with men.