Skip to comments.Study: More LGBTQ characters on TV series, fewer women
Posted on 11/09/2017 7:06:59 AM PST by Olog-hai
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And fewer viewers as well.
Of course, in real life, Bob "Hogan" Crane had some odd proclivities.
Richard Hatch : Tax Evasion, if I remember right...
The squeaky wheel gets the oil. The less than 2% of the population who are homosexual or variations thereof (bi, tranny, etc.) make enough noise that you’d think they were one in four or five!
EHRLICHMAN: It's fatal liberality. And with its use on television, it has such leverage.
NIXON: You know what's happened [in northern California]?
EHRLICHMAN: San Francisco has just gone clear over.
NIXON: But it's not just the ratty part of town. The upper class in San Francisco is that way. The Bohemian Grove, which I attend from time to time--it is the most faggy goddamned thing you could ever imagine, with that San Francisco crowd. I can't shake hands with anybody from San Francisco.
Decorators. They got to do something. But we don't have to glorify it. You know one of the reasons fashions have made women look so terrible is because the goddamned designers hate women. Designers taking it out on the women. Now they're trying to get some more sexy things coming on again.
EHRLICHMAN: Hot pants.
NIXON: Jesus Christ.
From what I’ve seen when it comes to the overabundance of gay characters in media they’re not letting up. They just had yet another gay character come out on this time on the Disney tv show “Andi Mack” over a week ago.
It’s being reported that particular episode did not air in the Middle East and Africa. One fringe publication renders it as “Disney Channel gives in to bigots” et al.
‘the word “gender” is allowed in this house only when referring to words..’
yes, that’ll sure fix the deviancy issue...
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