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Government Brings In New Sex Ed Plan - Religion Goes Nuts
Critics warn of dire consequences
Ontario's Minister of Education is updating the sex-ed curriculum - the first modernization since 1998. It will focus on consent and healthy relationships.
Children will learn about homosexuality and same-sex marriage at age 8. Three years later at age 11 they'll talk about puberty and masturbation. When they get to the subject of sexually transmitted diseases at age 12 they'll learn how they are contracted through oral and anal sex.
As you might expect, religious people are objecting. Presumably, because religious people prefer ignorance.
Are you tired of advertising?
Dec. 10, 2014
Well, you're not alone. Most people who are aware of their surroundings have had enough.
It's reasonable to blame our debt crisis on advertising & marketing. We are being induced to buy - everything.
Car Crash insurance scams."
July 17, 2014
Where are they happening, and why should you care? The Ontario government claims to be cracking down on insurance fraud. So why hasn't anything changed?
Being "Too Liberated"
Nov. 16, 2014
Is it possible for children to mature 'too quickly'? Here's the bad news: The opinions of the uninformed don't change reality. Kids are growing up more quickly, and that's a problem.
Holy Wars and con men
July 7, 2014
Why can't the religious fools see that every church is a monument to con-men taking advantage of gullible people, a few dollars at a time?
Experts agree the porn industry is the main source of sex information for young people. So it's reasonable for the education system to provide real information to students.
Jennifer Lawrence and her naked photos
Oct. 7, 2014
Experts have raised concerns over the security of "cloud" storage sites following the leak of intimate pictures of celebrities. I am raising concerns over the intelligence of anybody who would trust a 'cloud' storage.
The Gary Oldman interview
July 1, 2014
Oldman has blamed "political correctness" and hypocrisy in Hollywood for the decline of western culture as a whole. Predictably, religious idiots are up in arms. So, what else is new.
Veils and Pills
July 2, 2014
The European Court of Human Rights has upheld French law banning face-covering Muslim veils from the streets. The court concluded the ban is a "choice of society."
The Large Hadron Collider - What is the point?
March 28, 2015
Every time pure research hits the headlines you can be sure that some shortsighted people - which is most of them - will question whether it's worth it.
Hot Cars, and more government interference
July 11, 2014
In 2014 there were thirty heatstroke deaths of children in vehicles. But 33,000 people died in traffic accidents. Which problem is bigger?
Morals and Laws, and how they don't mix
July 10, 2014
The act of selling sex for money has never been illegal in Canada, although purchasing sex is illegal. This situation has created confusion and controversy.
Transporting Firearms and silly laws that fail
July 24, 2014
In April 2012 the requirement to register non-restricted firearms was dropped in every province and territory. Now 3% of households in Canada possessed handguns, compared to 18% of U.S. households. Are we catching up, or falling behind?
Target's Failure: It all comes down to price
July 21, 2014
The end is near for Target Canada stores. 18 more locations are closing on April 4. In total, 96 stores have shut their doors and just 37 others will remain open - temporarily.
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Tyson, Faith & Reason
June 22, 2014
Neil deGrasse Tyson is one of the smartest and the most eloquent men to have ever lived. But that doesn't make him immune to racists and trolls.