There's a difference between an Education expert and an Evolutionary Biologist. The latter requires facts and evidence and the former frequently will make up nonsense and try to indoctrinate children to it based on their ideological desires.
Homosexuality is a natural facet of mammalian life. It occurs in most species to some extent, but there is a biological reason for it. It occurs within a small minority and the biological reason is one of nature's ways of implementing population control.
There is no moral judgement in that. Gays should be entitled to equal rights, be free from all forms of discrimination and Gay marriage can actually be beneficial for society.
But it's a far cry from that to saying homosexuality, something that occurs in about 2% of the population, is 'normal' or that gender is something that can be a choice.
These ideas are part of the idiocy fostered in places like the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education where some programs are comprised of majority Gay students and staff, and by their willing accomplices at Ontario's Ministry of Education and by the ridiculous leadership of the Toronto District School Board (TDSB).
Among the latest absurd attempts at social engineering, the TDSB wants to encourage cross-dressing in children as young as pre-school.
Among the books recommended to kids in pre-school to Grade 3 by the TDSB's Positive Spaces Resources is a book called My Princess Boy, the protagonist of which is a young boy who wears dresses and a tiara.
Evidently being Gay-positive isn't enough for the TDSB, it now wants, at the youngest age, to encourage boys to be flaming queens.
In a system where most children can't name all Canada's provinces and provincial capitals, it's heartening to know that they spend so much time emphasising `gender choices.``
It`s hardly any wonder that so many university professors are noticing that students entering post-secondary studies don`t even know how to properly punctuate a sentence.
But at least Toronto`s public schools are giving them a head-start on learning how to accessorize.
h-t Matthew L.