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They use other people's photos and use locations to appear close to their target — when they are actually from outside of Canada. When a victim initiates contact or is contacted by the suspects, they engage in what police describe as "age- and social- appropriate social/flirtatious chats." The chats then become sexual, and t During the video chats, the victim is encouraged to undress or engage in sexual behaviours, police said.Once the victim engages in compromising behaviour in front of the camera, the video chat will stop.Pride Toronto’s new executive director, Olivia Nuamah, has characterized the move as a step back for the organization to listen to all voices and create an event that more fully reflects the needs of all members of the community.
“If you’re talking about diversity and inclusion, let’s think of the people who are enforcing these policies that are explosive, that are racially biased – it’s the police,” said BLM of Greater New York’s Hawke Newsom.
Toronto Police Chief Mark Saunders’ decision barring uniformed officers from attending an alternative Pride event geared towards first responders this weekend is “disappointing,” organizers say.
Saunders announced on Monday afternoon that officers planning to attend the First Responders Unity Festival on Sunday must do so “on their own time and without their uniform.” The First Responders Unity Festival is designed to include LGBTQ police, firefighters, paramedics, TTC workers, military personnel and correctional services following an explosive year between Toronto Pride and these groups.
The trip was organized after the Gay Officers Action League (GOAL) of New York extended an invitation to Toronto police officers in May.
In January, the membership of Pride Toronto voted to ban uniformed officers from this year’s parade in the wake of a protest from members of Black Lives Matter- Toronto that briefly halted the event last year.