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Oct 8, 2012 by APRIL McCARTHY
Canadian School Board Forced To Change Website After Caught Inviting Kids To Experiment Sexually With Vegetables


In a rather disgusting show of perversion from what should be a reputable institution to protect the morals of a child, the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) in the province of Ontario was caught red-handed promoting links which enticed children to experiment sexually with vegetables. The move supports accumulating evidence across Canada and the U.S. that school boards are promoting the dangerous sexualization of children at an early age. TDSB officials were forced to remove the offensive links after they were initially discovered and reported by a blogger.



Many parents are already up in arms for the constant promotion of unsafe vaccines littering the TDSB website and associated third party links, however the sexualizing of children hits new levels and its where parents are drawing the line.

Journalist Joe Warmington reported on the story in the Toronto Sun, but it was initally reported by the blogger Blazing Cat Fur where he outlined other very interesting tidbits about the TDSB.

The TDSB scandal has a lot of others vexed, perplexed and scratching their heads. Who is behind the school board’s curtain pulling these curious strings?

In the interest of protecting children, an outraged Dr. Charles McVety, president of Canada Christian College, has written Attorney General John Gerretsen and does not hold back on his animus and disgust.

"The TDSB -- through its website -- is corrupting Ontario’s children with extraordinary explicit instruction," wrote McVety in a letter sent Wednesday. "It is the responsibility of the Ontario government to protect our children. According to Section 172 of the Criminal Code of Canada, it is an indictable offence to ‘endanger the morals of the child.’"

"Not one adult -- no matter how liberal -- I spoke with Wednesday seemed to have any background, knowledge, experience or reference point concerning sex with vegetables," writes Warmington.

Yet, on the TDSB site, under the heading Coalition for Positive Sexuality -- a link called "Just Say Yes, pro sex" championed encounters with vegetables and other experimental options. The link to the Coalition for Positive Sexuality at positive.org has since been removed from the website after officials were pounded with inquiries. We won't link to the positive.org website due to its graphic nature, but you can view a snapshot of the Toronto Sun Page here which shows the listing of www.positive.org under the Sex heading (now removed from the live site) on the TDSB website and also a sample of the graphic wording on the coalition's website.

Ryan Bird, spokesperson from the TDSB said that "...all links that people have expressed concerns about are being removed from our website and are being reviewed."

Interestingly, the Coalition for Positive Sexuality is described as "a grassroots, activist organization that provides teens with candid sex-education materials," who apparently are funded through donations and grants. We wonder which grants are funding this perverted organization.

A bigger question is exactly who from the TDSB posted the link to follow the coalition's website and under what authority? Ultimately, this will lead us to the rat.

"There's a secret ghost in the machine agenda within all school boards," said Warmington. "The people behind the scene...want to change and reengineer what is normal," the columnist added.

"Most of us learn that our bodies, and our sex, are things to be ashamed of," states the link. "Most of us learn that sex means a man on top of a woman, and that the only other choice is abstinence. But sex can be lots of things ... women have sex with women, men have sex with men, women have sex with men -- and sometimes the best sex is with yourself!"

It then says: "There are lots of safe and fun ways to get off, which you probably won’t learn in school ... don’t feel like you have to do everything on this page, but don’t feel like anything is automatically off limits either."

It describes how an individual "could suck, kiss, touch, bite, fondle, nibble, squeeze and lick someone’s body, nipples, calves, toes, neck" and other areas. It talks of masturbation in front of the mirror, acting out fantasies and using sex toys.

McVety makes the excellent point if any of these things were repeated by an adult on a TDSB school grounds the police would be called in immediately.

"It's double talk," says Raj Sandeep a TDSB critic and activist. "The TDSB is full of perverted officials who openly promote the sexualization of children, yet create lengthy documents on protecting children's rights. They are a very hypocritical institution," he stated.

"Teaching our children to sexually experiment (or) ‘play with your own or someone else’s a-- or vagina, put your fingers, dildoes, vegetables or butt plugs into them’ most certainly endangers children," wrote McVety. "On behalf of our 100,000 members and other like-minded parents, I am calling on you, the Attorney General of Ontario, to commence criminal proceedings against the Toronto District School Board."

At the top of the page, it states: "The following websites contain interesting facts, historical events, people profiles, and other items that may be useful in preparing lessons and planning events for your classroom and school."

There are links to a number of public health, gay and lesbian, transgendered and other sites. "The intent behind this page of resources was to provide sexual health information that’s not covered as part of the curriculum for those that are interested. We will review links that people express concerns about."

"It’s crude, vulgar, corrupting kids and the police should be brought in," insisted McVety.

Some interesting facts on the TDSB come from Blazing Cat Fur's website where he writes:

I have come into the possession of several TDSB educational resource guides and curriculum documents. None of which are available on line for parents to examine.

Did you know that the TDSB considers it a duty to educate Grade 1 students about Pride Day? In fact they consider it "ethical pedagogy". In the curriculum document "Rainbows and Triangles" an entire lesson plan is devoted to teaching children in Grades 1-3 about Pride Day. This document while referenced numerous times on the TDSB web site is not available online.

The lesson plan is entitled "Celebrating Family Diversity and Pride Day" A goal of the lesson plan is that your child becomes familiar with terms such as "Gay,Lesbian and Bisexual" and to teach your child that Pride day is just another "family celebration"


He goes on to post the entire lesson plan. Children will eventually learn about Pride Day as they grow into young teenagers however the Grade 1 school curriculum should certainly not be the entry point for this kind of learning.

Researchers have shown in the past that women and teens think of themselves in sexually objectified terms, but a recent study was the first to identify self-sexualization in young girls. The study, published online in the journal Sex Roles, also identified factors that protect girls from objectifying themselves.

The current generation of young girls and boys are being psychologically damaged by the onslaught of inappropriate "sexy" children’s fashions, toys, music, books and sexualized images in the media. It should be an issue of great concern for all parents.

Sexualizing children is not funny and it’s not a joke, and if parents don’t start paying attention to what the American Psychological Association (APA) report found to be the growing trend to sexualize young girls and boys through video games, television shows, movies, music videos, song lyrics, magazines, clothing styles and toys, you’ll find yourself scratching your head wondering what happened to your little prince or princess well before they reach the teen years.

Rapid advances in technology have made readily available to most children devices and methods of communication that, if imagined at all, belonged to the world of science fiction not that long ago--the Internet, cell phones, handheld computers, email, text messaging, video games, hundreds of cable channels, and more. Among other things (some quite marvelous), these devices make pornography not just accessible, but inescapable. Twelve percent of all Web sites are pornography sites and twenty-five percent of all search engine requests are for pornography.

Images that previously belonged to the world of pornography are now commonplace in family magazines and newspapers, in TV commercials, on billboards, online. Today’s children are bombarded with graphic sexual content that they cannot fully process or understand and that can even frighten them. Developmentally incapable of interpreting it as adults do, they struggle to make sense of it. Meanwhile, they are robbed of valuable time for working on the age-appropriate developmental ideas and tasks necessary to lay the foundation for positive sexual relationships in the future. Whatever their race, ethnic group, economic status, or gender, and whether they can afford to buy a lot or very few of these products, children are deeply affected.

An to all this the TDSB are only contributors, not influential instruments of authority to protect children, but the further promotion of such insensitive and crude sexual information. The TDSB and its officials should be ashamed of themselves for allowing these sorts materials to even appear on their website. Parents need to form their own coalition groups and bind together to prevent any further indoctrination of our children from moral vampires such as the TDSB who influence our children in more ways than we know.

Sources:
torontosun.com
terawarner.com
canadianvalues.ca

April McCarthy is a community journalist playing an active role reporting and analyzing world events to advance our health and eco-friendly initiatives.

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