Anti-gay a-holes are mad at ‘Glee’!


So last night, Glee decided to pull out a 90-minute episode based on Lady Gaga‘s Born This Way, and surprisingly, it was one of the best episodes they ever put together. For once, the writers made an episode that moved the overarching story along, and even had some moral complexity in the plot, which is something beyond Glee‘s normal “good is good and bad is bad” approach to ethics. But none of that matters, because last night’s episode promoted the “gay agenda” because it didn’t treat its gay teenage characters like freaks that needed to be “cured”, so now some asshole is getting all uppity about it.

Hitting out at show creator Ryan Murphy, conservative media critic Dan Gainor told ABC News that it was his “latest depraved initiative to promote his gay agenda.”

“This is clearly Ryan Murphy’s vision of what growing up should be, not most of America’s,” he said. “It’s a high school most parents would not want to send their kids to.” SOURCE

Wait, what? You mean “most of America” believes that gay kids are lepers who should be shunned until they like the opposite sex? Jesus, exactly which part of your soul has to die for you to believe that? Yes, I think Kurt’s storyline bordered on “afterschool special” territory a little too hard this season, a school where you’re loved and accepted for who you are still beats a world where McDonald’s employees will beat a transgendered woman while videotaping it. If the “America” you believe in is one where its citizens are treated with equality and dignity, you probably don’t love real America as much as you think you do.


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