Back in November, we were VERY disappointed to learn that Kodak had pulled its ads from airing during Teen Nick's popular series, DeGrassi: The Next Generation.
At the time, we heard that Kodak has received a slew of emails from the Florida Family Association (FFA) for supporting a show that "targets teens with gay propaganda and other immoral behavior." The FFA seems to REALLY have it out for the show because there's not only gay characters, but a transgender one as well.
We were pleased to learn that Kodak is once again advertising on the show, but NOW the FFA is at it again, and they're continuing to harass Degrassi show sponsors, including Penguin Viking, Verizon, Colgate, and Hewlett Packard.
Here's what FFA founder David Canton had to say about his issues with Degrassi:
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