Saturday, April 30, 2011

'Born This Way' Lady Gaga Episode of ‘Glee' Sparks Conservative Protest for Addresses Gay Bullying

Often criticized for his conservative and religious interpretation of openly gay high school students, the musical drama "Glee" triggered the rage right again Tuesday night for its special 90-minute episodes gay themes. And it is no wonder that Lady Gaga was the center of the controversy alleged.

The episode featuring Kurt, played by Golden Globe winner Chris Colfer, returns to his old school and receive an apology from a gay football player in the closet that had intimidated. Celebration of acceptance, sings the anthem of the show cast Lady Gaga's Pride "Born This Way" and everything seems fine at McKinley High new (relatively speaking). But it is coming and the Conservatives have once again unhappy with the show.

Strike show creator Ryan Murphy, spokesman for the conservative media Dan Gainor told ABC News that it was his "most recent initiative to promote their depraved gay agenda."

"It's a clear view of what Ryan Murphy should be growing, not the majority of the United States," he said. "This is a school of the majority of parents do not want to send their children."

Gainor criticized the show before, in October, when the episode, which was accompanied by two cheerleaders to make out of bed, he called a "Glee" disgusting gay teen sex romp. "

Murphy, Gainor argues, spends his days fantasizing about "Scissors" son in the bed of what the media tell us is a family show. "

After an episode of Mars in which Kurt Colfer kisses Blaine, another gay character, and Kathy Griffin made an appearance as candidate Sarah Palin type Tea Party, the former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Victoria Jackson closed the show in WorldNetDaily column.

"Have you seen the" Glee "this week? Sucks!" Jackson wrote. "And in addition to push the gay thing in my throat, made a mockery of Christians? - While I wonder what their agenda is Hey, the producers of" Glee "- what you need on the agenda of one-way tolerance? "

A few nights later, during an appearance on Headline News "Showbiz Tonight" Jackson used the Bible as a defense of his criticism.

"What matters is what the Bible says," offered Jackson. "And I'm really worried for our country because immorality is, well, let's see: secular humanism rules the airwaves, and is stealing away the innocence of this generation of kids My daughter is a teenager and I do not watch that. she can see. "

Another conservative, Larry O'Connor, wrote a column for BigHollywood Andrew Breitbart has not been as critical of using the issue of gay characters, but the representation Griffin preservatives.

"So this episode of" Glee, "the authors are quite full circle, their fanaticism and intolerance," O'Connor wrote. "They made us what we feel is gay on TV for years, if false and stereotypical characters intended to convey a negative message to the viewer There is a word that:. Defamation (for those paying attention, defamation is what the "." GLAAD means D) "

"Glee" shared the Outstanding Comedy Series trophy in the recent GLAAD Awards, the second gay-friendly show, ABC's "Modern Family".

The use of the song Lady Gaga also you can dive right wing anger, the singer's latest single, "Judas", has been targeted by religious groups who say the lyrics and music videos to come are blasphemous. Gaga has made public his disagreement with the allegations.

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