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A mericans love to tout the value of waiting until marriage to have sex. We teach abstinence-only education in schools across the country, and even comprehensive sex-ed programs often point out that "abstinence is best. There's a booming "purity industry", complete with jewelry, elaborate events, books, t-shirts and DVDs.
In the nixed episode, which aired elsewhere in the US last week, Arthur the aardvark and friends attend a same-sex wedding for their elementary school teacher, Mr. Though the episode was celebrated in some quarters for imparting lessons of tolerance and diversity, the Alabama Public Television APT network saw matters differently, opting to broadcast a rerun instead. Reactions online were somewhat polarized.
A protester in New York City after the recent passage of Proposition 8 in California, limiting the marriage rights of same-sex couples in that state. Same sex couples across the country and around the world are asking for the same marriage rights as heterosexual couples. The controversy that still swirls over California's Proposition 8 has kept the issue of same-sex marriage squarely in the national spotlight.
In the end, Mr. Ratburn has his own plans. He ties the knot with Patrick, a local chocolatier, at a wedding attended by the students.
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In a way, the critics were suggesting that the cartoonists had, at least to some extent, brought the attacks upon themselves. It features Alan Kurdithe refugee child who was famously found dead, face-down in water last year as his family tried to escape Syria. The caption for the cartoon basically asks what Kurdi would have become if he had grown up.