Fight back against Gay TV in your home!
By Catholic Online (NEWS CONSORTIUM)
10/29/2012 (4 years ago)
Catholic Online (www.catholic.org)
Buried in the noise of the presidential campaign and everything else, a new TV show aired last month on NBC. Dubbed, "The New Normal" the TV show centers on a homosexual pair who consider themselves "married" and are having a baby by surrogate.
Demonstrating the perversion of the show, the lead male characters appear pregnant in advertising images.
LOS ANGELES, CA (Catholic Online) - At least one NBC affiliate in Utah found the content of the show to be so objectionable, they refused to air it. The show runs during prime time hours and is intended to make light of homosexual relations and surrogate motherhood.
Most critically, the show, as its title implies, is attempting to normalize deviant behavior.
There's nothing normal about homosexual equivalency and gay parenting. If fact, it's so abnormal, it is the subject of a TV show where the title insists that it is normal; but an Orwellian twist cannot change reality - it cannot rewrite natural law.
Catholic Online, alongside many faithful across America, is alarmed by this attempt to place the topic of homosexual relations and parenting in prime time where children can be exposed to the normative brainwashing of hyper-liberal media executives whose primary interests are ratings and money.
Producers of the show may even have a different interest, hoping to drive social change by convincing entire households, including children, that homosexual unions are "normal."
In response to this, Catholic Online has developed a petition, which readers are invited to sign. The petition, which is linked below, will tell the producers of this show that their message of moral decay is unwelcome in our homes.
Christians, as the petition points out, are the moral majority in the United States, and do far more good for society than the homosexual lobby. There are no homosexual hospitals, nor shelters, nor food banks. Homosexual organizations do not build churches or private schools. However, Christians do these things as part of their daily efforts. Christians work hard daily to build a life-affirming society founded on moral principles, natural law, and the loving message of Christ.
Despite these efforts, it's Christians who are being marginalized by the media as producers choose to make and air shows about men being homosexuals rather than about Christian families being wholesome.
Sadly, this is the fodder many Christians consume for "entertainment" without realizing the damage such programming does to society.
The good news is, as Christians united for positive change, good can result. A well-worded petition, a boycott of a television channel, and a few letters to sponsors can make all the difference in the world.
You are now invited to join other Christians like yourself, who have become tired of seeing smut paraded on television as though it were "normal" precisely because it is deviant. Fight back and sign the petition now.
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