I understand Kevin Clash is available

Who loves ya', baby?

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Britain orders BBC to use more gay presenters on children’s shows to familiarize toddlers with sexual diversity.

‘As a public service broadcaster and a standard bearer on moral issues, the BBC is asked to reconsider the way in which it is perceived to set up these debates with two extreme perspectives and to be more creative and nuanced in its presentation,’ wrote Clare Luke of Solitaire Consulting, who produced the report.

For dramas and soaps, she recommended bolder storylines featuring gay characters, while documentaries were deemed to need more LGB presenters and portrayal of gay people in history.

 

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  1. Anon

    And just how is a toddler viewing the show supposed to know which person is gay???The man with the feather boa comes out of the closet?? And pray tell, why on earth should children learn about sexual preferences while watching TV? Isn’t it the parents right to have that discussion?
    This is about as bad as the University of Iowa being the first to ask students to label themselves if they identify as LGBTQ. Like who the hell cares????

  2. Peg

    How many requests are there for more staunch conservatives in the presentations? Can we count ‘em on one hand? Heh heh heh….

  3. BBC had Jimmy Savile as a presenter for more than 30 years, so I guess they think they’ve already had the pedophile segment covered and now want to, um, diversify.