Understanding Ontario’s Sex Ed Curriculum by @NadineThornhill

Nadine Thornhill has been helping families and educators talk to kids about sex for over a decade. She has a Doctor of Education in Child and Adolescent Sexuality and is a member of The Sexuality and Information Council of Canada.

About Nadine

After twenty years working in theatre, Nadine’s career in sex education began with part-time job as a workshop facilitator. She quickly developed a passion for learning and teaching others about sexuality. She began leading more workshops, while studying everything she could about the ways and reasons people have sex.

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2018-09-18T22:44:26+00:00September 18th, 2018|Categories: Random Posts, Sexual Assault|Tags: , , |Comments Off on Understanding Ontario’s Sex Ed Curriculum by @NadineThornhill