As the BBC reports, Fireworld posted an article that suggested that parents could hack into their son's Facebook account, spy on whether he'd visited gay websites and even, sigh, discover whether he was more interested in theater than soccer. It was accompanied by a picture of "Teen Wolf" actor Colton Haynes, who revealed last year that he'd been told his father had killed himself because he discovered that Haynes is gay. Fireworld's posting was spotted on Monday by L'Amicale des jeunes du Refuge, a French youth LGBT rights group, and spread on Twitter. French Secretary of State for Equality Marlène Schiappa retweeted the rights group's tweet and added: "Homophobia and sexism have their roots in the same gender stereotypes. We will fight them together."
August 25 / CNET