Campaign Life Coalition has just unveiled two new translations, in Portuguese and French, of its analysis of the Ontario Liberal government’s explicit sex-ed curriculum.
“The Portuguese and Brazilian communities in Ontario are largely Catholic and hold fast to traditional family values,” said CLC’s political strategist Jack Fonseca. “I hope that this analysis makes its way into the hands of every Portuguese mom, dad, grandparent and pastor, who, until now, have been oblivious to the harm that the Liberal sex curriculum will foist on children in their communities,” Fonseca told LifeSiteNews. “We need them to rise up and fight for their kids.”
Fonseca added: “I know there are also many in the Brazilian community who are strong Evangelical Christians that will be outraged when they learn what the Liberal government plans to teach their precious children.
“Likewise there are significant francophone communities in Ontario where the French article should be well received.”
CLC points out that many Ontario families are unaware that this curriculum, updated from the shelved 2010 version, will be imposed on their children and grandchildren starting in the fall 2015 school year.
The focus of the exposé, therefore, is to educate the public by providing an easily accessible summary of the program along with examples of the most egregious elements of the new curriculum.
The CLC analysis shows that the new curriculum contains not only all of the elements of the 2010 version, which was scrapped by the McGuinty Liberal government after backlash from outraged parents, but has added even more sexually explicit and age-inappropriate material.
The new program contains lessons in “gender ideology,” which puts forth the idea that being male or female is a social construct which should be discarded, while lessons in “gender identity” teach children there are 6 genders, i.e., male, female, two-spirited, transgender, transsexual, intersex.
The Campaign Life Coalition analysis offers a comprehensive breakdown of the history and harmful nature of the Ontario Liberal government’s contentious sex-ed curriculum, as well as a section on convicted child sex predator Benjamin Levin, under whose direction as deputy education minister the 2010 version of the curriculum was created.
Links to documents that explore other initiatives by the Liberal government to inculcate Ontario children with radical sexualization are available at the bottom of the CLC sex-ed exposé under the title “Related ‘Sex Ed Curriculum’ Pages.” These include analyses of the Accepting Schools Act and the “Equity & Inclusive Education Strategy,” a page debunking the “bullying” myth, and a Catholic response to “gay-straight alliances.”
“Let’s keep up the battle to protect little children from being sexualized by Kathleen Wynne’s pedophile-influenced sex curriculum,” Fonseca concluded.
CLC’s analysis of the Liberal government’s sex-ed program, titled “Ontario’s Radical Sex Ed Curriculum,” is available now in Portuguese and French, as well as English, Arabic, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Italian and Spanish.
This article first appeared June 16 at LifeSiteNews and is used with permission.