— you’re suddenly watching your original conversation float into the ether.
Her penchant for distraction may have something to do with the emotional roller coaster she’s been riding, or it may have everything to do with the art and soul of Joan Nathan.
Starting next fall, Ontario’s revamped sex education curriculum will see children as young as six learn about sexual consent, while eight-year-olds will be taught about same-sex relationships.
The course of instruction has met with a flurry of controversy and opposition, mainly from parents who say they don’t want their children exposed to such candid sexual issues at a young age.
When you talk to her and she suddenly takes you down a rabbit hole, it’s not because she has grown bored with the previous subject.Mint-colored city buses and sherbet mid-rise apartment complexes with undulating facades.Women in polka-dot bikinis and men in wide-lapelled shirts unbuttoned halfway down their chests.Postcard-perfect white sand beaches and cocaine-addled nights that throbbed to a mix of brassy disco and tropical Cuban beats.It was 1981, and the 19-square-mile barrier island known as Miami Beach was on the verge of bursting into one of the most hedonistic scenes committed to the history books.