Norwegian sex wap
About recommendations to the National Agency for Education (2007): Oslo Town Council adopted an action plan in 2006, against discrimination of gays, lesbians and bisexuals, with a recommendation that Gaysir and Blikk should be available for Gymnasium students.
Karita Bekkemellem, who was the minister of Children and Equality Affairs on November 10, 2007, sent a letter to 13 big municipalities, where they were encouraged to make similar action plans as Oslo.
He said it was the website administrator who had removed the link in the first place, no politicians were involved, but when people were offended by the removal of the link, and Homo UKA requested the link back up, they put it back up.
The website is owned and run by the private aksjeselskap Gaysir AS.
Among the board of directors are the Oslo-politician Håkon Haugli (Oslo bystyre), who is the leader of the Norwegian Gay and Lesbian Social Democrats (GALSD) in Arbeiderpartiet. Award of Honor) from Oslo LLH during the annual event Skeive dager in central Oslo in 2006.
It was also referred to several examples from the advertiser's websites, such as somewhat rude titles on some of the films that were offered for sale, and a sex club where one could read messages with very direct descriptions.
On October 18, 2007, Manuela Ramin-Osmundsen replaced Bekkemellem as the minister of Children and Equality Affairs, and Fr P expressed that Ramin-Osmundsen should retract the recommendation if the ads were not removed from the website.