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The result is something new in Ontario: a multi­cultural army of social conservatives who are angry, energized and eager to test their political power.

The Ontario Health and Physical Education Curriculum is a government document outlining the required learning plan, grade by grade, for every student in the province.

The pages about sexuality, however, have been endlessly dissected—fretted over, glorified or hopelessly distorted, depending on the reader.

When it comes to sex, the new curriculum introduces a few major changes.

The rallies seemed to take the province by surprise.

Why would a so-called educational document need to tell children about sexual pleasure? The search revealed enough information to confirm his worst fears. That’s when Azeem Mohammed became an anti–sex ed activist.

They were often led by people with little experience in activism, and quickly attracted thousands of passionate members, who shared articles critical of the curriculum and organized rallies.

“This is not a sex education curriculum but rather a sex promotion curriculum,” wrote a member of ­Parents Against Ontario Sex Ed ­Curriculum, a Facebook group with over 5,700 followers.

In churches and mosques across the GTA, anti–sex ed activists organized information sessions to teach other parents about the contents of a document they deemed immoral, radical and dangerous.

On Facebook and the messaging app We Chat, groups began sprouting up with interchangeable, family-oriented names—Parents Alliance of Ontario, Parents as First Educators, Coalition of Concerned Parents.

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