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How Are Sexual and Gender Identities Represented in an Ontario Science Text?Author(s): Jesse Bazzul; Heather Sykes (2011)
This study investigated gender and sexuality bias in one science text used in Ontario schools. In particular, the study was guided by two main research questions:

1. Does the text support the existence of alternative sexualities (Lesbian, gay, and bisexual, for example)?

2. Does the text promote fixed sex and gender identities only (omitting transgendered, transsexual, and intersexed identities, for example)?

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Sexual Health Education Among Teens New to CanadaAuthor(s): Roxana Salehi; Sarah Flicker (2010)
This research article describes part of a larger study that explored the sexual health education experiences of a diverse group of urban youth in Ontario. Specifically, this article investigates the factors that influence teens’ access to sexual health education with a focus on newcomers to Canada.

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Sexual Health Topics: What Teens Want to KnowAuthor(s): N. Causarano; J. D. Pole; S. Flicker; Toronto Teen Survey Team
This research article describes one part of a larger study that investigated the sexual health education experiences of a diverse group of urban youth in Ontario. It also explores the relationship between religion and teenagers’ exposure to, and desire to, learn more about various sexual health topics including sexually transmitted infections and birth control options.

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Students report their perception of, and satisfaction with, school-based sexual health educationAuthor(s): Glenn Meaney; B.J. Rye; Eileen Wood; Ekaterina Soloviena
This study investigated high school graduates’ perceptions of and satisfaction with their school-based sexual health education. In particular, the researchers were interested in how gender and the type of school attended (public or Catholic) impacted graduates’ views of their sexual health education.

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