Alabama TV Station Refuses to Play ‘Arthur’ Episode Featuring Gay Wedding

Rare | 5/21/2019 | Rob Fox
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In an effort to save some Alabama parents from an astoundingly easy to avoid conversation, Alabama Public Television has refused to play the newest episode of the children’s cartoon “Arthur”, which features a gay wedding. Between two men. Two men who are gay, with each other, and, thus, presumably have sexual intercourse with each other, though the animators neglected to portray any boning.

Obviously this is problematic because… even the most socially conservative of Alabama parents are too dumb to fib or change the subject if their six-year-old asks them why two men are getting married? Basically the problem here is that seeing two men (or women) together brings images of sweaty, passionate sex to the forefront of adults‘ minds whereas seeing a married man and woman (who also definitely ****) does not. Why?

Answer - Just - Relationships - Media - Decades

Because. That’s the only answer, really. Just because. Heterosexual relationships have been sanitized in media for decades at minimum, so they don’t immediately conjure images of two people going at each other like drunk monkeys. But when geniuses see two men or two women with each other the first thing that comes to their mind is, apparently, “They use their privates dif’rent on each other...
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