Monday, August 21, 2017

Promoting the dreaded Homosexual Agenda™

The very dim bulbs at American Family Association, an anti-LGBT hate group, are extremely upset with Toys“R”Us. The toy retailer's offense is advertising on a Nickelodeon show that the mullahs at AFA do not like. According to Bill Bumpas on AFA's fake “news” blog: “Problematic content spotted in children's show … again.” Oh my! Yet another author at AFA with a porn name.
A pro-family group is rebuking Toys"R"Us for advertising on an animated show that exposes children to LBGT content and crude language.

This is not the first time The Loud House, which airs weekdays on Nickelodeon at 5:00 pm Eastern/4:00 pm Central, has warranted a warning from One Million Moms, a ministry of the American Family Association. Monica Cole, director of the decency advocacy organization, says the network is using the show to promote controversial topics to children.
Could it be The Homosexual Agenda?

Indeed it is:
“They're attempting to desensitize young viewers by normalizing same-gender marriage with one sister coming out as bi-sexual …
Howard and Harold with their son, Clyde McBride
Actually, they are trying to portray life as it really exists. Whether or not AFA approves of gay people or their marriages those exist. They cannot be prayed away, they are not immoral and being gay is not contagious. What this is all about are the fictional characters Howard and Harold McBride who have minor roles in The Loud House. The married couple are raising Clyde McBride who is healthy and happy. Clyde is a major character. He is Lincoln Loud's best friend.
"Toys"R"Us being a sponsor, it is shocking that they would support a program and sponsor a program that is pushing an agenda on controversial topics," she contends.

One Million Moms is also contacting Connections Academy, an online free public school, about advertising during the show. And Cole goes on to point out that Nickelodeon should stick to entertaining with family-friendly programming instead of pushing an agenda and promoting foul language. 
What is “controversial” and “problematic?” The fact that gay people exist; the fact that gay people can legally marry or both? How is this portrayal an “agenda”  in contrast to entertainment? Or is it the fact that AFA does not approve of gay people that creates this “shocking” outrage. AFA wants to impose its arcane religious rules on everyone else.

In 2012 these same idiots were upset because Toys“R”Us was selling an Archie comic book with a gay character. Back then they were accusing the comic of indoctrination as if it would turn kids gay. This current kvetch is equally moronic.

Remember this post the next time AFA complains about being designated a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center.

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