Shaftesbury Kids, an off-shoot of Canadian-owned production company Shaftesbury Films, has caused outrage among parents after releasing the “Sex-Ed School” series online.

The eight short videos, aimed at children aged 9-12, cover topics such as masturbation and transgenderism, with a sex researcher and sex educator leading children throughout. Here is the trailer:

Episode Four, titled “Gender,” is described as follows:

Gender expression is how a person chooses to express themselves, while gender is how they feel on the inside. Eva and Nadine discuss pronouns and the kids learn more about what gender is all about. We meet Kaleb, a trans man who shares his gender journey during a fun and informative Q and A. As well, the kids play a game of musical-chairs-with-a-twist to learn more about how everyone can feel comfortable expressing who they are.

In the video called “Love is Love”, the presenters describe masturbation as “self-love”, teaching the children what it means in practice:

In the episode titled “Orientation”, two drag queens are invited to the school to discuss “LGBTQ2+” issues: