Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Not Even the Olympics Are Safe For Children to Watch

The Summer Olympics are finally over, and for those of us who watched hours of televised coverage on NBC, there was more to the broadcast than just reporting on the competitive events. Every day there was a sideline story involving alternative sexual lifestyles or ambiguous gender identity. If the male diver from the U.K. and his male "fiance" being featured, it was the female basketball player and her female "fiance", or the female rugby player and her same-sex spouse.

And. of course, we also had the spectacle of the high testosterone people competing against and beating the high estrogen people. 

It seemed to this observer that NBC was using the Olympic Games to advance the LGBT agenda because while LGBT athletes probably made up a tiny fraction of all of the competitors in the summer games, they seemed to get more than their share of the human interest coverage. 

It seems that it is impossible to watch anything on television these days without being exposed to "the gay angle". The only things safe to watch are oldies like the Andy Griffith Show and movies produced during the "Golden Age" of Hollywood.

Science shows us that the media is presenting a false narrative about human sexuality (see "Nearly Everything the Media Tell You About Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Is Wrong"). 

After my experience of watching too many hours of television this summer thanks to the Olympics, I am thinking of creating a new Olympic sport, television hurling.  


  1. Anonymous4:29 AM

    The goal is to make homosexuality normal. Imagine that the "enlightened" mullennials (sic) eschewed heterosexual associations for "normal" homosexual ones. How would the human race reproduce? Normal? Not!!

  2. Anonymous9:33 AM

    Thank you for this post! I thought it was just me.

    Identity politics also played a large part of this year's Olympics coverage in the UK (BBC).

    That aside, there seemed to be more nail-biting contests than usual! It was a great fortnight of sport! Am now looking forward to the Paralympics, which I greatly enjoyed in 2012. Our Channel 4 covers that.