Glee: Evangelist For Sexual Immorality?

Glee: Evangelist For Sexual Immorality?

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NewsBusters’ Brent Bozell whines that Glee is ruining the world, and turning your kids gay, parents of America – in a new column for Just to get it out of the way, NewsBusters’ mission statement is “Exposing & Combating Liberal Media Bias”, which is to say, there’s about to be some eye-rolling here.

Bozell writes:

If anyone doubts that our entertainment industry and our entertainment media are evangelists for a revolution of sexual immorality (or in their lingo, “progress”), he needs only to read the latest cover story in Entertainment Weekly magazine, a “special report” on gay teen characters on TV, and “How a bold new class of young gay characters on shows like ‘Glee’ is changing hearts, minds, and Hollywood.”

As you might suspect, Entertainment Weekly didn’t plan to debate gay teen propaganda, but to encourage it, energetically. Not a single soul had anything critical to say. Not even a question. If this magazine weren’t so earnestly in the tank, the story could come with a disclaimer: “This issue is an advertisement bought and paid for by the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation.”

They are not celebrating diversity. They are intimidating dissidents.

Riiight. There was no plan to debate gay teens, because there is no debate to be had. There are millions of gay teens in the world, and now they are being represented on the television shows that want their viewership. This is encouraged, obviously, because it is more representative of the world we actually live in, rather than a make-believe world where adult gay men pluck children from their sleep and brainwash them with the gay agenda.

Let’s call a spade a spade, Bozell. You’re obsessing over two boys touching heads on a magazine cover about a television show. Sounds pretty gay to me.

What do you think about Bozell’s hissy fit about Golden Globe winner Chris Colfer’s Entertainment Weekly cover?

Via NewsBusters

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