Conservatives Still Hate Glee

So does anyone with good taste, but that doesn’t seem to be the issue here. Radar Online says:

Glee broke prime time television boundaries by suggesting that two gay teenagers had sex for the first time and the controversial episode is causing outrage among right wing groups, has exclusively learned. On Tuesday’s episode entitled The First Time, Chris Colfer’s character, Kurt, seemingly had sex with his boyfriend Blaine, played by Darren Criss. Although the two were never shown in the act, viewers saw them sweetly laying down next to each other after earlier discussing having their first time together and the inference was clear. (In the episode, the straight characters of Finn, played by Cory Monteith, and Rachel, played by Lea Michele, also had their first time.) “These are allegedly high school kids. This show already hyper sexualizes everything they do,” Dan Gainor of the Culture and Media Institute told in an exclusive interview. “Now they are teaching teens around the nation that having sex at that age is OK. “This is just the latest example of Glee creator Ryan Murphy pushing his own personal pro-gay agenda on the American public — this week alone including gay teen sex and a gay bar,” he went on to say. “Is this really a high school show or Murphy’s twisted fantasy life?” asked Gainor.


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Glee To Cover Rebecca Black’s “Friday”

I mean, Kings of Leon and Foo Fighters are no Rebecca Black, so I guess Glee showed them! Haha, take that, Dave Grohl! Time reports:
Did we get it stuck in your head again? It’s already been parodied by Stephen Colbert, but now Rebecca Black’s “Friday” will be singing its way straight into Glee. It doesn’t matter if you don’t like the original video. What matters is if you like Glee. Still, if you’ve got an aversion to the song, keep your eyes peeled for the prom episode, where the song is slated to debut.

Let’s skip over the fact that Rebecca Black was funny a month ago, let’s focus on the fact that with every vindictive and sanctimonious breath Ryan Murphy and Perez make about this stupid show, they preach that Glee is about music education and exposing kids to real music. So, that’s why they do cabaret versions of Cher, REO Speedwagon, Britney Spears, and Rihanna. You know, real music. And now they plan to cover Rebecca Black. This of course is in no way meant to be seen as a way to cash in on a recent Internet phenomenon with a shitty song. Or Twentieth Century Fox Consumer Products plans for a line of Glee–related merchandise including games, electrical products, greeting cards, apparel and stationery. Or Macy’s planned line of Glee–related clothing. Or Claire’s stocking Glee accessories (all of which are true, btw). No, it’s about exposing kids to music and fighting ignorance in music education. Oh, and making a shitload of money. Let’s not forget the shitload of money part.

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Dave Grohl: “You Shouldn’t Have To Do F—ing Glee”

Earlier this year, Glee creator Ryan Murphy got his butt plug in a twist after Kings of Leon and Slash both turned down offers for their music to appear on Queer Karaoke Hour. As usual, when a gay person is told no, they immediately cry homophobia and throw a hissy fit. Which is what Ryan Murphy did. And if you’re Perez Hilton, you attach yourself to any gay controversy and paint yourself as a The Great Gay Spokeman even though, in reality, you paint cum on people’s faces. I guess what I’m saying is, getting ready for round three. THR reports:

Don’t count on hearing the Foo Fighters hit “Times Like These” on Glee anytime soon. Frontman Dave Grohl says he and his bandmates are squarely in the corner of Kings of Leon and Slash. As in, they want no part of the Ryan Murphy-helmed show. “It’s every band’s right, you shouldn’t have to do f—ing Glee,” Grohl told THR following the premiere of Foo Fighters: Back and Forth, the new Foo Fighters documentary which just made its South By Southwest debut. “And then the guy who created Glee is so offended that we’re not, like, begging to be on his f—ing show… f— that guy for thinking anybody and everybody should want to do Glee.” You might be wondering, has Grohl ever actually watched the show? As it turns out, yes, he gave Glee a whirl. “I watched 10 minutes. It’s not my thing,” Grohl grizzled. But he doesn’t have as much of a problem with the series as he does with its creator. Recounting anti-Glee comments made by Slash earlier this year and subsequent retorts by Murphy, reported by THR, Grohl explained to drummer Taylor Hawkins: “The Glee guy, what a f—ing jerk. Slash was the first one. He wanted to do Guns ‘n’ Roses and Slash is like, ‘I hate f—ing musicals. It’s worse than Grease.’ Then [Murphy's] like, ‘Well, of course he’d say that, he’s a washed up ol’ rock star, that’s what they f—ing do.’ And then Kings of Leon say, ‘No, we don’t want to be on your show.’ And then he’s like, ‘Snotty little assholes…’ And it’s just like, Dude, maybe not everyone loves Glee. Me included.” Said Hawkins: “Yeah, f— that shit.”

I’ve already filled my rant quota with this whole story, so I’m not gonna bore you again. Instead, I want to use this forum to help and offer comfort to those who may be suffering needlessly from this. So, if you’re a Glee fan, don’t worry. It gets better.

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The Girls Of Glee Aren’t Pedophilia

When you’re performing subversion on a mass scale, sometimes you have to make the chicks from your show pose like high school sluts to make everyone think the show is about high school sluts instead of gays and girls who love them singing in a choir. And sometimes that backfires. Like when the Parents Television Council released a statement saying that the November issue of GQ featuring Dianna Agron, Lea Michele, and some dude was “near-pornographic” and borderline “pedophilia”. Pedophilia? They’re chicks in their 20s. It’s not like they were wearing priest robes and handing out lollipops. Take it away, GQ Editor-in-Chief Jim Nelson The Insider reports:
“The Parents Television Council must not be watching much TV these days and should learn to divide reality from fantasy. “As often happens in Hollywood, these ‘kids’ are in their twenties,” he adds. “Cory Monteith is almost 30! I think they’re old enough to do what they want.”

Openly gay Glee creator, Ryan Murphy, tells GQ how Glee is a responsible family show. Okay. Popeater reports:

“I wanted to do my version of a family show. But we try to be as responsible as we can, because we know some young people watch.”

Ryan Murphy created Nip/Tuck, so he’ll always get a pass from me, but this GQ shoot isn’t pedophilia and Glee isn’t a family show. That is unless your dad is named Stacy and has a physical education degree and your brother was adopted from Korea.

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Dear God Glee Is Gay

As a society, I know we’re a long way from seeing a guy in a mesh halter top and pink satin shorts walk a white tiger cub on a Hello Kitty leash while a guy in a dress and an executioner’s mask shows off his glowing USB butt plug on network television, but it looks like Glee is trying to change all that.

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