Not only is our children’s education slowly ruined and families being divided by the new standards of today’s disturbed society; where so-called men keep theirs heads low and so-called women think its more important to have a meaningless bureaucratic job than to take care of their family, but our taxes are now poured into Museum exhibitions that teach innocent children about sex and illicit acts? For one, it is a complete waste of our money, if the government has no clue what to do with it, give it back. Second of all, what are parents or teachers thinking taking children to see this?!? Has everyone lost their mind? Or has it simply become trendy to teach 7 year olds about sex. Either way, it is the role of a parent to explain to their children where babies come from when they feel the time is right, it is most certainly NOT the governments job. Why does the mainstream media always dance around subjects like these. The solution is quite simple: stop debating the age of admission and shut it down (because its taxpayer money) or boycott it. And then move on to more serious subjects, for example like the measles campaign in Quebec where they want to force (or “strongly encourage”) your children to get the shots before they may be admitted back in school. A vaccine that is entirely useless and will only serve to the deterioration of the kids health.
The Infowarriors Team
The Canadian Press
May 17, 2012
OTTAWA, Ont. — Canada’s Science and Technology Museum has abruptly raised the age limit for a controversial sex exhibit amid calls to have the exhibit shut down.
The move follows concerns raised by Heritage Minister James Moore’s office and dozens of complaints about the exhibit called “Sex: A Tell-All Exhibition.”
Museum official Yves St-Onge told the Huffington Post that management raised the age limit for unaccompanied children after receiving more complaints than expected.
An animated video informing children about masturbation was also removed.
Moore’s spokesman, James Maunder, says the purpose of the Museum of Science and Technology is to foster scientific and technological literacy.
He told Huffington Post the exhibit does not fit that mandate, adding the content cannot be defended and is “insulting to taxpayers.”
The Institute for Marriage and Family Canada, which visited the show last week, believes the “erotic and titillating” exhibit doesn’t belong in a museum.
Dave Quist, the institute’s director, said the exhibit approves and promotes anal sex, multiple partners and sex without emotional and marital commitment.