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Gay XXX Bookstore Petitions Canadian Courts

VANCOUVER – A Vancouver bookstore specializing in homosexual pornography is being allowed to petition the Supreme Court of Canada to restore its government funding for its fight with Canada Customs. The battle of Little Sisters and Canada Customs has been going on for many years since the agency decided not to allow certain items it classed as obscene to enter the country.

Last week, the top court granted Little Sisters Book and Art Emporium permission to appeal to the Supreme Court to pursue government funding, up to $1-million, to fund its legal costs to bring homosexual and sado-masochistic porn into the country. In July, 2004, a B.C. judge ordered the federal government to pay the bookstore’s court costs, but in February, the B.C. Court of Appeal reversed the lower-court ruling.

The Globe and Mail quoted Little Sisters store co-owner Jim Deva saying that if only the courts understood sexual perversion better, they would not be having this fight. “Suddenly, out of the blue, the licking of boots was not acceptable,” he said, as an example. “If they had known more about that fantasy, and about that sexual act, perhaps they wouldn’t have thought of it as dehumanizing and degrading.”

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