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Posted on 11/08/2011 10:59:45 AM PST by Sub-Driver
'Glee' Set to Show Gay Sex By Paul Wilson Created 11/08/2011 - 1:07pm
From its inception, popular TV musical comedy Glee has waged a relentless campaign of liberal propaganda and pushing the boundaries of what's acceptable on broadcast TV. The show is now stepping up its campaign of homosexual promotion. The latest episode of Glee (airing on Nov. 8) titled "The First Time," will feature a gay couple having sex on TV.
Tim Stack of Entertainment Weekly calls the episode a "game-changer," declaring "I can't think of another network series that's taken a teenage gay relationship so far or been so progressive."
Indeed, the show has consistently advocated a liberal tilt on homosexuality, portraying the behavior as completely normal and uncontroversial.
Glee is notorious for its obsessive promotion of racy and controversial sexual behavior. A previous episode featured two lesbian cheerleaders kissing in bed and discussing "scissoring." Another episode featured a gay kiss among two males. A November 2010 GQ issue featured Glee cast members posed in various states of undress. "The First Time" will merely be the latest in a long line of Glee episodes pushing the sexual envelope.
Creator Ryan Murphy (who is also the creator of the aptly-named American Horror Story) is outspoken in his desire to push the envelope regarding sexual matters. In an interview with Bravo's "Sex in the Box," Murphy declared: "It's tough to get that sexual point of view across on television. Hopefully I have made it possible for somebody on broadcast television to do a rear-entry scene in three years. Maybe that will be my legacy."
With this latest episode of Glee, Murphy is well on his way towards achieving that goal of hyper-sexualizing television.
Progressive, got it.
I never have watched one second of ‘Glee’ and will never do so. It interests me not at all.
Way to aim high, there.
Sandusky and one of his kids, no doubt.
Are there any shows left on TV that don’t have at least one gay character/storyline? Even the fricking Sopranos had one. I have a 2 year old; how am I going to be able to censor it?
I’m sure Jerry Sandusky will be tuned into this episode! I think that says it all!
Gays make up 2-3% of the general population, but 10-20% of Network TV characters, and a HUGE percentage of today’s mainstream media.
And you WONDER why it’s getting pushed on our kids?
“Tim Stack of Entertainment Weekly calls the episode a “game-changer,” declaring “I can’t think of another network series that’s taken a teenage gay relationship so far or been so progressive.”
Sick in the head perverts!
I am proud to say I’ve never seen one episode of that crap, and never remotely understood why anyone found it to be entertaining other than they just wanted to like the “in” show.
One show so far is “Person of Interest” Last week’s show was the best I have seen all year on TV.
Man, his old man must be proud.
If my son ever came to me and told me he hoped his legacy would be to bring YouPorn to broadcast TV, I'd swallow the business end of a revolver.
and then read this book:
The code prohibited the use of profanity, the negative portrayal of family life, irreverence for God and religion, illicit sex, drunkenness and addiction, presentation of cruelty, detailed techniques of crime, the use of horror for its own sake, and the negative portrayal of law enforcement officials, among others. The code regulated how performers should dress and move to be within the "bounds of decency". Further, news reporting was to be "factual, fair and without bias" and commentary and analysis should be "clearly defined as such". Broadcasters were to make time available for religious broadcasting and were discouraged from charging religious bodies for access. Most importantly, it limited the commercial minutes per hour.
Under pressure from broadcasters, the code was suspended in 1983
As if I needed another reason to NOT EVER watch this show!!
Glee will probably be the first TV show:
1) to portray a NAMBLA member as a positive role model just strollin’ for colon
2) sex with animals as a natural act
3) Show Satanism as a ‘friendly’ religion
4) Goose step Nazi style with a portrait of Obama in the foreground
5) Portray pickle chuggers engaging ‘boloney pony ridin’’ LIVE on national TV
Take careful note of the advertisers who support this crap and boycott them to financial ruin.
Glee is very GLAY
I am convinced the show “Six Feet Under” turned my brother gay.
Another reason to not watch prime-time TV; much more fun to turn off the TV, pull out the bass guitar and practice some scales.
O, wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in’t! ..........
“I have a 2 year old; how am I going to be able to censor it?”
Perhaps, you should take steps in your home by which the parents and not a two year old child control what enters the home via airways or cable.
As for my household, we do not watch TV at all and have not since our first child was born 20 years ago.
We've been watching AHS. I haven't been especially impressed. And yes, it includes a gay couple (albeit a dead one).
Really like Person of Interest. It just gets better.
Haven’t seen one on Hawaii Five-O.......yet.
Considering how poorly they did that one I would contend that they likely didn't follow any of the other parts of the "code of ethics" very closely either.
I watched an episode a couple of years ago with my ex girlfriend, dated 2 years. I told her to turn the crap off because I was disgusted with the progressive plot lines such as two teachers carrying on an affair. My ex told me it was okay if women cheat in a situation like that because her husband was a jerk, I took that comment among many other comments as a sign to dump her.
I only watch that one when Castle is in rerun so I did not include it but yes, for the ones I have seen, you are correct.
I have never seen the show. From advertisements, it seemed like it would be so gay..one of the gayest things on television. I haven’t used that adjective in that fashion since high school and I’m over 30.
Big Bang Theory, Chuck, The new Tim Allen show, How I met your mother which ironically has a real life gay actor (Neil Patrick Harris) as one of the stars.
Kill the outside TV. Cut the cable, shoot the dish. Only have the shows you want in the house. Period.
I have done without outside TV for almost 5 years now. Although I do miss the football games, I seem to have much more time on my hands to get stuff done.
The answer should have been, "Tough Sh!+. Deal with it."
Or did I simply miss the memo from the Justice Department exempting broadcasters from prosecution for promoting child pornography on television?
And no, I don't care that the "actors" are over 18. As far as I know, Federal law currently prohibits the distribution of material purporting to portray sexual relations between minors (The Child Pornography Prevention Act of 1996).
Shouldn't someone be going to jail? What should we do about people who actually promote this kind of filthy, homosexual propaganda - "consensual" or not - when the damage that it causes in the real world is well-known and often irreparable?
It’s comforting to know that a “conservative” owns Fox. At least nothing like this will ever happen there. Oh, wait a minute, this is Fox.
Never go full sexual retard.
I’m hoping someone posts a list of the national advertisers.
I’m sure the female teacher (actress Jane Lynch or something) is totally hyped for this, being a lesbian herself.
She’s been on a bunch of shows as a gym teacher wearing sweats and a whistle for years. Life imitating art for her.
I heard the musical is a nautical theme. There’s a number called “Can I swab your poop deck?”
This is what I find so funny about the accusations and outrage at Herman Cain the media is blasting him but tonight we are having gay teen sex on a TV show that is aimed at young people. They have been promoting the show all day on the radio while in the same breath bashing Cain.
She is great as the shrink on 2 1/2 men.
A few months ago I heard about this series Glee. Just from the name I figured it was gay oriented.
My husband and I have watched every episode of ‘Person of Interest’ and have been pretty happy with it. Michael Emerson was so good in ‘Lost’ that we just had to watch this one. Jim Caviezel isn’t too hard on the eyes either ;)
I had heard about it from some younger family members and watched the last few episodes of the first season. I enjoyed the musical numbers. After they had drawn in the big audience, the producers started the second season with heavy gay themes. I stopped watching it.
Boycott Fox. Enough!!!