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Alberta town erupts in controversy over school mural of two boys kissing

The town of Onoway, population 1,039, is embroiled in a controversy over a mural painted by a student on the walls of its high school depicting two teenaged boys in a lip-locked embrace.

Sixteen-year-old Kaela Wilton reportedly received permission from both the principal, James Trodden, and the art and "inclusive education" teacher, Mrs. C. Walker, to paint the mural on the walls of Onoway Jr/Sr High School.

Wilton explained that she painted the approved mural to show support for homosexualism, and that she believes kissing is "just natural."

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