Toronto teacher suspended

A Toronto, Canada grade 7-8 teacher was placed on paid leave after he posted a sexually graphic brochure depicting a gay sex act on a bulletin board in his grade 7-8 classroom, the Toronto Sun reports.

Toronto District School Board (TDSB) officials suspended teacher Wade Vroom in May 2013 after he created a bulletin board in his classroom last October that included graphic illustrations on how to perform safe oral sex on men.

The teacher intended the brochure to be part of the Toronto school system's sex education curriculum. The brochure was published by the AIDS Committee of Toronto (ACT), and titled “Use Your Head When Giving It: Bl0w Job Tips.”

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A disturbing video is making the rounds of social networking websites today. The video shows Russian Neo-Nazi skinheads interrogating, and then assaulting, a gay teenager who answered an ad for sex with an older man.

Gay groups claim the skinheads are conducting campaigns called "Occupy Pedophilyaj" and "Occupy Gerontilyaj" -- to stamp out pedophilia in Russia. The campaign is led by Russian ultranationalist Maxim Martsinkevich who purports to "identify and report pedophiles."

But the main activity of the group seems to be luring gay boys and torturing them with the intent of outing them to their families and communities.

"We do not like homosexuals," the leader of one local gathering explained, according to a HuffPost translation. "If it was up to me, I'd kill them but the government doesn't allow that."

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Pediatrician group says gay is normal

The Gay agenda is ramping up their 'Gay is normal' campaign. Washingtontimes.com reports that the nation's largest pediatrics group has updated its policy on homosexuality and children.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released its new policy advising doctors to fight "homophobia" and "heterosexism" by advising all children that homosexuality is "normal."

The pediatrician's group doesn't explain how homosexuality is normal, but it suggests that heterosexuality should not be considered society's sexual standard going forward.

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NBC Cancels The New Normal

NBC quietly canceled its groundbreaking gay sitcom "The New Normal" after just one season on Friday. The news was met with very little fanfare from the liberal media, which stood in stark contrast to the circus atmosphere hype surrounding the show's premiere on September 11, 2012.

The cancellation was among a long list of shows such as "Go On" and "Guys With Kids" which were also canceled Friday.

"The New Normal" was produced by Glee's Ryan Murphy, who sought to redefine the way families are portrayed on TV. Murphy arrogantly described TNN as "changing the face of television."

But not everyone jumped on the bandwagon. NBC affiliate KSL-TV in Utah made the decision not to run the program at all. “For our brand, this program simply feels inappropriate on several dimensions, especially during family viewing time,” said Jeff Simpson, CEO of KSL-TV’s parent company.

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Exactly 30 years after the virus that causes AIDS decimated the gay population in major cities, a new gay scourge has emerged.

New York health officials are warning gay men of a new strain of bacterial meningitis that is spread primarily through intimate contact with men who meet in bars, public restrooms and parks to engage in unsafe sex.

Health officials are calling the new strain of meningitis "absolutely terrifying."

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