We Need More Gay Sex on TV

We Need More Gay Sex on TV

There are 80 comments on the Gay.com story from Aug 25, 2014, titled We Need More Gay Sex on TV. In it, Gay.com reports that:

Today marks the 66th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards, and, judging by the nominations, it's been a banner year for LGBT representation on scripted television.

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“A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES”

Since: Aug 08

MUST BEGIN WITH A SINGLE STEP!

#1 Aug 25, 2014
We DON'T need any SEX on TV, Gay or Straight........I DON'T want my grandchild to see even the commercials for ED or stuff like that.......frankly, I hate commercials!!!
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#2 Aug 25, 2014
NorCal Native wrote:
.......frankly, I hate...
Yes. We know.

“Equality First”

Since: Jan 09

Location hidden

#3 Aug 25, 2014
NorCal Native wrote:
We DON'T need any SEX on TV, Gay or Straight........I DON'T want my grandchild to see even the commercials for ED or stuff like that.......frankly, I hate commercials!!!
Well, you could supervise it, and only let them watch selected children's channels. Or, you could utilize the "on/off" switch, and buy them some books. Either way, I don't want my viewing dictated by what children might or might not see. TV is going to show what sells in the commercial market. And what sells, whether we like it or not, is sex.
Wondering

Tyngsboro, MA

#4 Aug 25, 2014
NorCal Native wrote:
We DON'T need any SEX on TV, Gay or Straight........I DON'T want my grandchild to see even the commercials for ED or stuff like that.......frankly, I hate commercials!!!
Itchy female crotches is what spoils my lunch. Sam in the pants is another. Let's not forget female odor. That said, you give me a clean female that doesn't stink or pee herself and I'm in heaven.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#5 Aug 25, 2014
RalphB wrote:
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Well, you could supervise it, and only let them watch selected children's channels. Or, you could utilize the "on/off" switch, and buy them some books. Either way, I don't want my viewing dictated by what children might or might not see. TV is going to show what sells in the commercial market. And what sells, whether we like it or not, is sex.
Yes. If Norcal is offended by TV, there's always the off button. Or the cheapskate can watch commercial free pay TV or PBS. She shouldn't decide for the rest of us what is offensive. Where have we seen that before?
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#6 Aug 25, 2014
Wondering wrote:
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Itchy female crotches is what spoils my lunch. Sam in the pants is another. Let's not forget female odor. That said, you give me a clean female that doesn't stink or pee herself and I'm in heaven.
Yes. I also support feminine hygiene product advertising. Especially at NorCal's house!

“Equality First”

Since: Jan 09

Location hidden

#7 Aug 25, 2014
Oh, my God!!!!! I have suddenly had a troll agree with me on something. I may have to give my opinion some more thought.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#8 Aug 25, 2014
RalphB wrote:
Oh, my God!!!!! I have suddenly had a troll agree with me on something. I may have to give my opinion some more thought.
Gay poster- ON TOPIC!
Straight poster- TROLL!

Even when we both post off topic about the same exact thing. Priceless.
larry

Canada

#9 Aug 25, 2014
No thanks to homosexual sex on tv.Whats needed is good tv plots and smart tv charactors!.
Roy

San Jose, CA

#10 Aug 25, 2014
NorCal Native wrote:
We DON'T need any SEX on TV, Gay or Straight........I DON'T want my grandchild to see even the commercials for ED or stuff like that.......frankly, I hate commercials!!!
Spot on.
Wondering

Tyngsboro, MA

#11 Aug 25, 2014
larry wrote:
No thanks to homosexual sex on tv.Whats needed is good tv plots and smart tv charactors!.
For about $140 to $150 per month you can get a triple play from one of the big providers.
They call it triple play because you can watch the same show 3 times a day. reruns are a specialty. You can get one of the premium channels for another $20/month so then you can watch the same movies over and over and over.
mozartaficoinado

Stevenson Ranch, CA

#12 Aug 25, 2014
Welcome to Sodom and Gomorrah U.S..!
Stop Breeding

Beverly, MA

#23 Aug 25, 2014
NorCal Native wrote:
We DON'T need any SEX on TV, Gay or Straight........I DON'T want my grandchild to see even the commercials for ED or stuff like that.......frankly, I hate commercials!!!
Well, you could just monitor what your grandchildren watch.

How about getting a tablet and using Some sort of online streaming and show only children's shows and movies that way?

No commercials and you get to decide what they watch and how long.
Stop Breeding

Beverly, MA

#24 Aug 25, 2014
Good Reverend wrote:
Another approach has been to ride the coattails of "multiculturalism" by including "LGBT History Month" among other "celebrations of culture and heritage."[22] Pro-homosexual activists in schools trumpet their claims that "there are countless historians, politicians, social activists, scientists, mathematicians, artists, philosophers, inventors, even world leaders" who were gay.[23](One pair of gay activists has pointed out: "Famous historical figures are especially useful to us ...[T]hey are invariably dead as a doornail, hence in no position to deny [their homosexuality] and sue for libel."[24])
Perhaps the most notorious one-day event was GLSEN's annual conference in Massachusetts in 2000. This event, attended by young people at least as young as fourteen, made it clear that the homosexual agenda in schools is about sex, not just "safety." Margot E. Abels, a state employee, opened one workshop by saying, "We think that sex is central to every single one of us and particularly queer youth."
Student Indoctrination: In Every Classroom
The truly breathtaking sweep of the gay education agenda is described by GLSEN:Educators need to integrate LGBT issues throughout the curriculum--not just in classes such as health education, but in disciplines such as English, History, Art and Science.[25]
Pro-homosexual activists also try to fill school libraries and required reading lists with books that not only present homosexuals in a positive light, but describe homosexual acts being committed by young people in explicit terms.
One such book, assigned to a high school class in Massachusetts, is written from the perspective of a teenager, who describes (according to the Associated Press) "his friend's first homosexual experience, a kid who got so drunk that he had sex with a dog, and a girl and boy who have sex on a golf course."[26]
Another book, recommended by California's "Gay-Straight Alliance Network," features a section on "positive first sexual experiences" by "lesbian and gay young people," including these:
[by Doe][T]his experience was amazing.... Oh, wow, this feels so good.... And I knew this had to be good. There was no way that there could be anything wrong with how I was feeling.
[by Jason][W]e just fell on each other. He was leaving the next day and we knew it would be just that night so we made the most of it.
[regarding Richard and John] In the middle of the night we had sex. I wasn't in love with him, but it was a nice experience.[27]
Deciding that "if it feels good it must be right" and "one-night stands are OK" hardly constitute "positive first sexual experiences" in the minds of many Americans--especially the parents of high school students.
The very first analog computer was designed by Alan Turing. He is responsible for breaking the German Codes during WWII.

He had already been in the process of looking to digital media and the coding that would be necessary for that transformation. He was at the time on par with Einstein with respect to intellectual abilities and vision of the future.

You seem to take advantage of computer with your long diatribes.

You might want to thank Alan for this wonderful invention.

Oh, but he was gay. And he was driven to suicide by the mistreatment of his own government simply because he was gay.

He should have been acknowledged for his contribution for bringing the German Navy down, but instead he was ridiculed, poisoned and demoralized by the very country he saved.

That is just messed-up and cruel.

And you seem to take advantage of this technology to continue supporting discrimination.

That is shameful.
Frankie Rizzo

Hayward, CA

#25 Aug 25, 2014
Stop Breeding wrote:
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The very first analog computer was designed by Alan Turing. He is responsible for breaking the German Codes during WWII.
He had already been in the process of looking to digital media and the coding that would be necessary for that transformation. He was at the time on par with Einstein with respect to intellectual abilities and vision of the future.
You seem to take advantage of computer with your long diatribes.
You might want to thank Alan for this wonderful invention.
Oh, but he was gay. And he was driven to suicide by the mistreatment of his own government simply because he was gay.
He should have been acknowledged for his contribution for bringing the German Navy down, but instead he was ridiculed, poisoned and demoralized by the very country he saved.
That is just messed-up and cruel.
And you seem to take advantage of this technology to continue supporting discrimination.
That is shameful.
Al Gore invented the internet he should thank Old Al too.
Roy

San Jose, CA

#26 Aug 25, 2014
Stop Breeding wrote:
<quoted text>
The very first analog computer was designed by Alan Turing. He is responsible for breaking the German Codes during WWII.
He had already been in the process of looking to digital media and the coding that would be necessary for that transformation. He was at the time on par with Einstein with respect to intellectual abilities and vision of the future.
You seem to take advantage of computer with your long diatribes.
You might want to thank Alan for this wonderful invention.
Oh, but he was gay. And he was driven to suicide by the mistreatment of his own government simply because he was gay.
He should have been acknowledged for his contribution for bringing the German Navy down, but instead he was ridiculed, poisoned and demoralized by the very country he saved.
That is just messed-up and cruel.
And you seem to take advantage of this technology to continue supporting discrimination.
That is shameful.
Too bad he was a filthy [email protected] who liked to suck d!cks.
Mitt s Baptism of Corpses

Philadelphia, PA

#27 Aug 25, 2014
Wondering wrote:
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Itchy female crotches is what spoils my lunch....Let's not forget female odor. That said, you give me a clean female that doesn't stink or pee herself and I'm in heaven.
Oh sure, a single person on the planet who speaks English believes that, closet case.
Roy

San Jose, CA

#28 Aug 25, 2014
Frankie Rizzo wrote:
<quoted text>
Al Gore invented the internet he should thank Old Al too.
I guess Al Gore must be gay.

“A JOURNEY OF A THOUSAND MILES”

Since: Aug 08

MUST BEGIN WITH A SINGLE STEP!

#29 Aug 25, 2014
Stop Breeding wrote:
<quoted text>
Well, you could just monitor what your grandchildren watch.
How about getting a tablet and using Some sort of online streaming and show only children's shows and movies that way?
No commercials and you get to decide what they watch and how long.
I already do that.......but I still am NOT into wanting to see any sort of sex on TV unless it's a pay-per-view channel and an adult wants it!!!
Roy

San Jose, CA

#30 Aug 25, 2014
Good Reverend wrote:
Does the growing acceptance of homosexuality in American society have an impact on children? If so, what sort of impact does it have? And is that impact something positive or negative for the future of America's children, and for the future of our culture?
Casual observers may not think that children are directly affected by the movement for "gay liberation." They prefer to focus on the questions of whether homosexual behaviors or desires are a normal part of the lives of some healthy, mature adults. They may take an interest in legislative debates over whether adult homosexuals should be protected under the law from discrimination in employment or housing, or protected from violence by special "hate crime" laws. And they may wrestle with the question of whether same-sex "domestic partners" should be granted the same employment benefits, or even the same legal status, as married spouses. If the debates over homosexuality center primarily on these issues, then what do they have to do with children?
Yet there is much more to what is sometimes called "the homosexual agenda" than simply demands for anti-discrimination laws and health insurance benefits. The Family Research Council believes that the pro-homosexual movement does have a significant impact on children--and that the impact is clearly harmful.
At the very least, children are being subjected to pro-homosexual brainwashing designed to mold the attitudes of the next generation--in defiance of the moral and religious values of society and of their own parents, if necessary. Furthermore, by placing children under the influence of homosexual teachers, mentors, and even adoptive parents, society not only undermines the traditional family values that promote healthy child development, but it also increases the chances that children will end up adopting the destructive homosexual lifestyle themselves. And finally, by encouraging confused children to identify themselves as "gay" at an early age, at the same time that homosexuals are allowed to serve in positions of authority over them, society increases the danger that some will become the victims of child sexual abuse
Indoctrinating impressionable school children with pro-homosexual beliefs is an easier way of changing public attitudes than persuading adults. However, since promoting acceptance of homosexuality or of sexual activity by students would be controversial, pro-homosexual activists routinely deny or downplay those aspects of their agenda. Instead, they begin with the school policy proposals that are likely, politically, to win the most agreement. The first issue raised by the advocates of homosexuality is always the same--"safety."
Pro-homosexual activists contend that our schools have large numbers of students who are (or are perceived by their peers to be) gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgendered,[1](GLBT or LGBT) and that such students are frequent victims of verbal or physical harassment or even acts of violence. The Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), for example, reports that 83 percent of the GLBT youth they surveyed reported at least verbal harassment because of their sexual orientation.[2] They also point to reports that gay youths are more likely to commit suicide than their straight peers, and claim that this is a result of harassment and discrimination as well. They argue, therefore, that victims of harassment or violence targeted for their real or perceived "sexual orientation" should be singled out for specific protection under school disciplinary codes.
Amen!

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