The federal government is expressing concerns about the sex exhibit that opens today at the Canada Science and Technology Museum.
The museum says "Sex: A Tell-All Exhibition" allows visitors to explore the most important and delicate subjects dealing with sexuality, and offers "straightforward" answers to more than 100 questions of interest to teenagers.
But the Conservative government says it has expressed concerns to the museum’s administration about the “suitability of sexually explicit content in a museum targeted towards children."
The government adds it’s clear the exhibit does not fit within the museum's mandate to "foster scientific and technological literacy throughout Canada."
The exhibit was crafted by the Montreal Science Centre dealing with sexuality.
The Institute of Marriage and Family Canada has called on Heritage Minister James Moore to cancel the exhibit, saying it "espouses a specific point of view including the approval and promotion of anal sex, multiple sexual partners and sex without emotional/marital commitment."
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