Most school boards across Canada deliver sexual health education programs based upon Comprehensive Sex Education. These programs are based upon “sexual rights” and assume that youth have the right to be sexually active. In an effort to reduce risks the emphasis of the program is on condom use. A research report created by The Institute for Research & Evaluation examined the 103 CSE programs from across the world that have been used to advocate for the use of CSE programs. To be identified as a Continue reading →
There is no other subject that is so values-laden. In a pluralistic society, where there are so many worldviews, achieving agreement on sexuality values is impossible. However, the ultimate goal of CSE is to force a change in the sexual and gender norms of society – through a one-size-fits-all program. Because of this, many express concern ‘CSE is one of the greatest assaults on the health and innocence of children’. Video Resources Explaining Concerns with CSE Stop the War on Children This video Continue reading →
Are you a pastors, youth or social worker, or parent concerned about helping youth maintain a lifestyle of sexual integrity in our hyper-sexualized culture? Then this is for you!
P.E.A.C.E. Ontario has produced a short video to help parents understand the sex education changes coming Ontario schools this year.
CBC News Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne has told the province’s Ministry of Education to include the subject of consent in its new sexual education curriculum. Wynne told Education Minister Liz Sandals to include “healthy relationships and the topic of consent” in the curriculum — which will debut this fall in Ontario schools — the ministry said Thursday in a statement. When Ontario tried to revamp its approach to sex ed five years ago, some parents and religious groups resisted, leading to a reversal by then Continue reading →