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Gay Privilege?

Gay Privilege?

Canada was founded upon principles that recognize the rule of law. "Every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to the equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination and, in particular, without discrimination" according to our Charter. However though, there is one group that appears to be above the law, who can violate the law with impunity and even gain the blessing, funding and participation of the Prime Minister. 

Every year gay's march down Toronto streets fully nude, visually violating little children. They clearly break law "174 (1) Every one who, without lawful excuse, (a) is nude in a public place." Imagine if this was your little girl and boy out shopping at the Dollar Store and then accosted with male genitalia. 

Gays not only can skirt the law they can order the police around. This year the Pride Committee discriminated against police, banning them from the parade while still enjoying $260,000 tax payer dollars and even have Mayor John Tory revel as police are snubbed.

If are regular citizen did this, he would be arrested. If any group tried to dictate to the police they would be rejected. Where is equality before the law? Is this gay privilege?