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Ontario’s new lesbian Premier promises to bring back explicit lower grades sex-ed curriculum

Kathleen WynneBy Patrick B Craine, LifeSite News

Ontario’s new Premier Kathleen Wynne promised to bring back a controversial sex-ed program at her first news conference after winning the leadership of Ontario’s Liberals party.

The curriculum, which would have had students learning about “gender identity” in grade 3 and anal intercourse in grade 7, was shelved temporarily by Premier Dalton McGuinty in 2010 after strong backlash from parents.

“We are going to evolve the physical health and sex education curriculum,” Wynne said on Jan. 27th, according to Xtra. “We have developed curriculum in this province for decades, and we have done it in a way that has integrity.”

“We are committed to having a conversation with parents,” she added.

Wynne won the leadership contest at the Ontario Liberal convention Jan. 26th and will step into the role of Premier when Dalton McGuinty officially steps down Feb. 12th. Wynne has indicated that she plans to resume the legislature on Feb. 19th.

In her victory speech, she pledged to “build on the legacy” of McGuinty. Like McGuinty, Wynne is in favour of legal, taxpayer-funded abortion and the use of the schools to promote the normalization of homosexuality.

Wynne oversaw the sex-ed program’s development as Minister of Education, a job she held from 2006 to 2010. She also launched the province’s controversial equity and inclusive education strategy, which culminated in a bill forcing Catholic schools to welcome gay-straight alliance clubs, despite opposition from the bishops.

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