Parent Christina Liu and broadcaster John Downs join me for a debate about the new Ontario sex-ed program.
The Liberals insist that the controversial new Ontario sex-ed curriculum will be implemented in the fall "regardless of opposition" from parents.
Parent Christina Liu hopes this won't be the case. She says the program isn't age appropriate. For example, in Grade 3, children will learn about same-sex relationships.
Broadcaster John Downs says parents who oppose the curriculum are "hyping" the content," and in many cases are motivated by homophobia. He says children aren't receiving specific instructions on how to perform certain sexual acts.
I raise the troubling prospect that former Deputy Education Minister Benjamin Levin, who was recently convicted on child pornography charges, had influenced the curriculum's content.
Downs counters that Levin "had nothing to do with" the content, but an exclusive TheRebel.media investigation raises doubts about that assertion.
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