This great video from the Institute for Marriage and the Family gives a quick overview of the problems with the Ontario sex-ed curriculum which took effect in September.
Notice that the arguments don’t have any recourse to religion. Any sound-minded secularist should be able to recognize the problems.
One point that struck me is that modern neuroscience has found that the teenage brain is not yet fully developed in the areas responsible for risk assessment, impulse control and judgment. They’re not equipped to make adult decisions about sex. Now, that may not seem like a great revelation, but it’s nice to see that scientific analysis of the brain’s anatomy has caught up to the sociological evidence of adolescent behaviour.