Call for Sesame Street to Expose Children to Homosexual Depravity
Militant sodomites want to push the moonbat brainwashing prevalent on PBS’s Sesame Street to a new level of degeneracy by having the Muppet characters Ernie and Bert go through a homosexual “marriage.” Time Magazine predictably loves the idea:
Although Sesame Street‘s creators have never said the two characters are gay, viewers have long speculated that roommates Bert and Ernie are more than just friends.
What kind of viewers would speculate that? I thought Sesame Street was for little kids, not perverts.
Perhaps a new petition, started by Illinois resident Lair Scott, was prompted by the changing tide in the U.S.: in June, New York became the sixth — and largest — state to legalize same-sex marriage. Or maybe people just want Sesame Street to continue with its progressive message, which has seen the show deal with the sensitive topics of race, death and self-acceptance. Some people [i.e., correctly thinking people] might think that if Archie Comics can introduce its first gay character, then Sesame Street, which celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2009, should certainly let its two “gayest” characters marry. … Sesame Street has introduced a Latina Muppet as well as an HIV-positive Muppet, so producers aren’t exactly ignoring cultural shifts.
Scott, the petition creator, believes that allowing the characters to marry or introducing a transgender character could help bullied and struggling LGBT kids “know that they ARE BEAUTIFUL and their lives are worth living.”
For now lesbian-gay-bisexual-transvestite preschoolers exist only in the profoundly unclean imaginations of progressives, but they hope to use their control of the media to make their sick dreams real.
Slime Magazine may be premature in declaring victory with its crowing about “cultural shifts.” The backlash against the filth our liberal rulers have crammed down our throats and down children’s throats will not be pretty.
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