Does anyone here know how many homosexuals are writers and producers in Hollywood and the New York media? I know about the producer of Sex and the City, Jason Michael Patrick, but I don't know how many others of the writers of that series are gay. I heard that at least half of them were. I believe Sex and the City should receive the Devil's Prize for promoting irresponsible sex throughout America, and creating an image of America for the rest of the world that is decadent and totally materialistic.
This is one of the other purposes of homosexual activists -- to promote heterosexual irresponsibility in order to "desensitize" people to the sex act.
It seems clear that the women on Sex and the City, especially the one named Samantha, were really just the alter-egoes of the homosexual writers who would like nothing more than to hump and jump on every good looking male that comes along. And to do so with verve and the applause of the entire country! Wow, what a rush for a homosexual activist that would be. But they had to dress up their alter-egoes in beautiful women's bodies in order to pass it off to the country.
The more they can desensitize Americans, especially American women, to the spiritual significance of sexual intercourse, the better for the homosexual agenda. That's one reason so many movies are so offensive to me.
Anybody seen the "American Pie" movies? That is another example of the promotion of trash-sex, aimed directly at teenagers. Of course, they are all "R" rated but their target audience is definitely between 14 and 18.
Perhaps someone could offer more names of writers/producers/directors in the mainstream media who are homosexual activists. I think we should OUT them!
posted on 02/24/2004 9:52:00 AM PST
by Laura Lee
(Gays in the media)
To: Laura Lee
To be honest, I've no knowledge whatsoever of Sex in the City save for what hoopla about its ending I overheard while driving in a car this week and listening to the TV while doing dishes the other day.
We're agreed, no doubt, on the desensitization aspect. Given the commercials one sees dotting the allegedly G-rated hours of viewing, I can't imagine ANY responsible parent would allow their children to watch television these days. I know I wouldn't.
I think the only way to counter desentization is to reinstill the operation of shame. Very difficult thing to in this age of Self-Esteem without being accused of a Hate Crime or being some Judgmental sort with a superiority complex.
But outside a person's having the opportunity to engender a real respect for the sanctity of human life (one's self and others) and human sexuality, shame seems to me to be the opposite of the "shock value" which is used to numb us as you say.
Have you any thoughts on how one goes about countering the very real campaign of desensitization?
posted on 02/24/2004 11:27:46 PM PST
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