Why Kathleen Wynne’s claim that parents can ‘opt out’ of sex ed is an utter farce

TORONTO, May 1, 2015 (LifeSiteNews.com) — Parents objecting to the Ontario government’s new, pansexual sex education curriculum should not be reassured by Premier Kathleen Wynne’s promise they can always remove their children when offensive lessons are taught, says parental rights advocate Lou Iacobelli.

Just look at the Tourloukis case, says Iacobelli, whose Parental Rights in Education Defence Fund is underwriting Hamilton parent Steve Tourloukis’ court action against that city’s school board. In late 2012 Tourloukis sued to get the board to notify him whenever homosexuality came up so he could prevent his children being indoctrinated with anti-Christian teachings. The suit goes unresolved.

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