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Former Deputy Minister of Education Dr. Ben Levin (L), who was arrested in 2013 for making child pornography, attends Toronto Pride in 2013 with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.

Ontario’s lesbian Premier, Kathleen Wynne, has specifically requested that the proposed sex-education curriculum slated for all schools next fall include a component teaching kids about giving sexual “consent” from “the very earliest stages.”

Wynne asked the Ministry of Education to “finalize a new health and physical education curriculum that gets at some of the root causes of gender inequality, and starts at the very earliest stages to develop an understanding of healthy relationships and consent,” according to a communication obtained by The Star.

The curriculum was first revealed in 2010 by the then-McGuinty government and immediately buried after a province-wide uprising of concerned parents. The curriculum would have taught children to question their male/female identity, about oral and anal sex, masturbation, and experimental family structures.

Critics said the curriculum, which was developed during the time Wynne served as education minister, contained an explicit homosexual agenda that normalized homosexual activity and relationships. Their concerns about the explicit program were bolstered when the province’s former deputy minister of education Dr. Ben Levin — who oversaw the development of the sex-ed curriculum — was arrested in 2013 in the wake of an international child pornography and child exploitation sting. Levin was charged with making and distributing child pornography as well as arranging for a sexual offense with a child.

Gwen Landolt, national vice-president of REAL Women of Canada, told LifeSiteNews that teaching children about giving consent “presupposes that sexual activity even at the ‘earliest ages’ is alright, providing that you consent.”

Landolt called the sex-ed 'consent' add-on “very worrisome” since it could eventually lead to adults having “access to children, providing the children give their consent.”

“You have the question about the exploitation of adults and young children. You also have the question about homosexuals, namely will this allow them to have access to children, providing the children give their consent?” she said.

Some homosexual activist organizations have worked to lower the legal age whereby a person can give sexual consent as well as normalize adult-child sex. What the average citizen calls pedophilia is called in some homosexual circles an “intergenerational romance” for “minor-attracted adults.”

At a 2011 U.S. conference organized by homosexual group B4U-ACT, activists asserted that “children are not inherently unable to consent” to sex with an adult, that “minor-attracted persons” are “unfairly stigmatized and demonized” by society, and that an adult’s desire to have sex with children is “normative.”

Dr. Judith Reisman, a professor at Liberty University School of Law, told LifeSiteNews that “pedosadists” within the homosexual movement are moving to “lower the age of consent and to teach children that it is OK for them to consent to having sex with adults.” 

“The whole issue is to make children available for sex earlier. The younger the child can give consent, the quicker you can have sex with them that is legal,” she said.

Reisman said Wynne’s sex-ed proposals should be named the “Ben Levin program of sex-education.”

The Ontario Physical and Health Education Association (Ophea), which partners with homosexual organizations such as Queer Ontario and Jer’s Vision, said it was pleased to hear of the adding of a “consent” component to the proposed sex-ed. Ophea executive director Chris Markham told The Star that his group had been “asking for the ministry to look at consent as part of the revision process.”

LifeSiteNews contacted Minister of Education Liz Sandals asking what the ministry envisions by teaching children about how to give sexual consent, but received only a generalized, pre-written response.

A draft of the sex-ed is scheduled to be released in the next two months, The Star reported.