“We’re challenging Mars-Wrigley to stop advertising and stop supporting this kind of content that is aimed at an immoral behavior that children would embrace. It [MTV’s Degrassi] has content that is very extraordinarily explicit towards transgender and homosexual lifestyles. It often has promotions on there that direct teens to organizations that will encourage them to embrace and accept the transgender or homosexual lifestyle, particularly TheTrevorHelpline.org — a website that describes itself as ‘a free and confidential service that’s open for gay and questioning youth,’ and claims to be ‘saving lives’ by encouraging confused kids to ‘be proud of who you are.'” – David Caton, head of the Florida Family Association.
Emboldened by his success with All-American Muslim, Caton has renewed his call for advertisers to boycott Teen Nick’s drama, Degrassi. Caton claims to have convinced Macy’s and Target to withdraw from the program.
RELATED: Yesterday a hacker claiming to represent Anonymous temporarily took over the Florida Family Association’s website and posted the emails and contribution amounts of some of their supporters. The hacker also claims to have downloaded the credit card numbers of the donors. The FFA has since regained control of their site. Public records show that David Caton is their only paid employee.