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Old Yesterday, 12:22 PM
 
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Whether its acceptable or not, its unnecessary.
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Old Yesterday, 12:22 PM
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Location: Anderson, IN
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Please re-read my previous post. I do not like being deceived, and that is what the media, and entertainment are doing. They are making it seem like alternative lifestyles are very wide spread, and main stream. They are not. LGBT make up less than 3% of the population. This is pure, deceptive, propaganda.
Read my post down thread. Tell me how my lifestyle is different than yours You CAN'T because it isn't.

http://www.city-data.com/forum/49164112-post20.html

Y'all are messed up. For real.
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Old Yesterday, 12:26 PM
Status: ""Blessed are the peacemakers..."" (set 2 hours ago)
 
Location: Tennesee
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Whether its acceptable or not, its unnecessary.
All television is unnecessary.
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Old Yesterday, 12:26 PM
 
Location: Palm Springs, CA
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I do think the media, and entertainment promotes "alternative lifestyles" in a very, very disproportionate way to the point of being extreme. They certainly have an agenda, and Disney/ESPN/ABC have been far left for quite some time. It is a form of propaganda, because they are attempting to main stream a lot of things that just are not mainstream. It is a form of DECEPTION, and it is wrong.
As a private citizen, you are free to avoid their products or even organize a boycott against them. And as private companies, they are free to produce the products they believe to be most effective for their profits.

Freedom is supposed to be a wonderful thing. It's a real shame to see Americans disgusted by it. If you can learn how to live and let live, you'll be happier people.
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Old Yesterday, 12:28 PM
Status: ""Blessed are the peacemakers..."" (set 2 hours ago)
 
Location: Tennesee
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So basically, I have to turn off all movies, and TV from my kids, right? I don't want them being deceived into thinking things these show promote are the way the world actually is. It is not. It is the definition of propaganda. Keep repeating lies until the populace believes them.
If I were you, I would be more concerned about how many commercials they watch, so they are pestering you for $100 blue jeans at the age of 10, and the amount of violence they see, passed off as family entertainment.
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Old Yesterday, 12:30 PM
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Location: Gilead
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Threads like this show who the real snowflakes are. Every time somebody in the entertainment industry comes out as gay or a fictional character is revealed as gay, it's the same song and dance of butt hurt from conservatives.
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Old Yesterday, 12:32 PM
 
Location: USA
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As a private citizen, you are free to avoid their products or even organize a boycott against them. And as private companies, they are free to produce the products they believe to be most effective for their profits.

Freedom is supposed to be a wonderful thing. It's a real shame to see Americans disgusted by it. If you can learn how to live and let live, you'll be happier people.
Where do you get this stuff? Where did I say that I wanted to censor it, or that they didn't have the right to produce it. They can air what they want, and I can refuse to watch. I don't think anyone here is calling for censorship, do you? I certainly am not.

They have a right to air, and I also have a right to comment about it. No?
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Old Yesterday, 12:32 PM
 
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I do think the media, and entertainment promotes "alternative lifestyles" in a very, very disproportionate way to the point of being extreme. They certainly have an agenda, and Disney/ESPN/ABC have been far left for quite some time. It is a form of propaganda, because they are attempting to main stream a lot of things that just are not mainstream. It is a form of DECEPTION, and it is wrong.
SJWs believe everything needs to have some SJW message behind it.
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Old Yesterday, 12:32 PM
 
Location: Middletown, MD
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The frustrating part is that just about everything in entertainment, and the media has to have a social justice, liberal/progressive message. It just gets tiring after a while. No, I don't watch much media anymore, and prefer older movies, or reading a book.
I wonder if that's just what happens as we age. I'm a moderate...not hard core liberal or conservative. I prefer the older shows. But I rarely watch TV or movies anymore.

My decorated, Annapolis educated, high ranking naval officer dad came out of the closet when he retired after35 years of service in 1978. Long story, he'd always known he was gay but wouldn't accept it until he no longer had a choice. He was a respected Ph.D. Engineer. You would have never known if you met him. He fought in Korea and Vietnam.

So the gay lifestyle is something I've been exposed to for 40 years. Big deal, old story. I wish we were at a place where people didn't hate gay people and banish them to hell and where some gay people didn't feel the need to shove it in everyone's face.

I loved my dad and his friends. They just carried on with their lives, with their gay/straight friends. Just like I do. I'm not gay.

I wish it wasn't necessary for people to advertise their sexual orientation. I wish our society was past that. I'm so done with the hetero and LBGT stuff. I,wish people could just live their lives without the hatred and discrimination.
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Old Yesterday, 12:34 PM
 
Location: USA
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If I were you, I would be more concerned about how many commercials they watch, so they are pestering you for $100 blue jeans at the age of 10, and the amount of violence they see, passed off as family entertainment.
Well between the Viagra, Cialis, and KY commercials, and the questions they bring.........

I almost would welcome, "Hey dad, why didn't you marry another man?"
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