Sex-ed protest Queen's Park, Sept. 2016 – highlights




Published on Sep 22, 2016

TORONTO, September 22, 2016 (LifeSiteNews) — Nearly 500 people rallied at Queen’s Park on Wednesday to express anger at both Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown and Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne over the province’s controversial sex-ed curriculum.

Brown was decried for betraying parents on the issue and Wynne for dictatorially trampling on parents’ fundamental rights as their children’s primary educators by implementing the sex-ed curriculum in all publicly funded schools in the fall of 2015 despite an unprecedented public outcry.

“It used to be that parents only had to face one tyrant inside that building, Kathleen Wynne, who devised this perverse curriculum,” Campaign Life Coalition’s Jack Fonseca told the rally. “Now she’s joined in her tyranny by Patrick Brown.”

“How many people here are absolutely astonished that he got elected with your vote … then turned around and backstabbed you and betrayed your children?” Fonseca questioned. “We need him to step down. We need a leadership review.”

Indeed, the rally comes two days after CLC released to the media an April 2015 email from Brown during his run for PC leadership in which he assured Fonseca he would “repeal” the sex-ed curriculum.

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