boy meets boy

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  1. C.S. Murphy

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    The bravo network will broadcast a gay dating game of sorts. I saw an interview about the program on CNN. It seems that several strait men will be among those who compete for the affections of a gay man. If one of the strait men is chosen by the star as his lover they will win prize money. When asked if bravo had placed any limits on what they could show he replied that they were not allowed to show any sexual contact other than kissing. God bless America !!!!
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  2. mozier

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    I am saddened to see that our television has come to this.

    It is pointless, though, to even bother protesting it. Protesting will only fan the flames. The only thing worth doing is to not watch it yourself.

    We are not of this world, but are only living in it for a short time. But even so, come soon, Lord Jesus.


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  3. Johnv

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    Ragardless of the gay prevalence of the show, the fact that they would come out with a show where some of the contestants are straight is a blatant manipulation of the contestants without regard to their emotional feelings.

    Imagine if half of the women on "the Bachelor" were really married and had no intention of being with the guy. Putting aside the issue of homosexuality, all people, gay or straight, have feelings, and this type of programming endeavors to trample on a person's feelings in a completely disrespectful and thoughtless manner. No one deserves to get hurt like that.

    I won't be watching the show.
     
  4. stubbornkelly

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    Friend speaks my mind, John.
     
  5. LadyEagle

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    ala Jenny Jones :rolleyes:


    Romans Chapter One

    Just one more reason I pay a big cable bill every month & usually watch only ONE of the 63 channels - Fox News. [​IMG]
     
  6. Monergist

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    Romans 1:32 (ESV)
    Though they know God's decree that those who practice such things deserve to die, they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them.
     
  7. Mark Osgatharp

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    For years television has manipulated man's lust for sexual perversity and other ungodliness. Remember those "good old John Wayne" westerns with cowboys dragging baroom whores off to the hotel room?

    And what about game shows where people act like drooling idiots while greedily lusting after large sums of cash or opulent prizes? Does not the Scripture say that coveteous is as the sin of idolatry? So when did it become OK to make it a form of entertainment?

    Then there were Star Trek and Twilight Zone, seemingly innocuous stories, but frequently built around anti-God themes. And PBS has probably done as much as any other to popularize the vile heresies of evolution and naturalism.

    And since when did it become OK for a woman to strip for a camera crew and broadcast it to the whole world just because doing so would help sell soap? Soap, did I say "soap"?

    Not to mention the Oral Roberts, Jimmy Swaggarts, Billy Grahams, Charles Stanleys, Rex Humbards, Jim Bakkers, etc., etc. who long ago realized and capitalized on the mighty power of TV to fleece the flock.

    You see, TV hit rock bottom a long time ago and when you hit rock bottom all you can do is wallow in the muck on the bottom. So why should anyone be the least bit suprised about this new twist of perversity?

    One more thing: the most disturbing part of the abominations of Television is not that a bunch of unbelievers would use sin to make money but rather that millions of Baptist men would watch and allow their families to watch the unmitigated stream of sewerage that daily comes forth from the "tube."

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  8. Johnv

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    Don't forget The Home & Garden Channel and the Food Network... Bachelors gotta learn to cook from somewhere!!!
     
  9. mimi

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    I agree with Mozier [​IMG]
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  10. Mitsy

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    I totally boycott any of those reality TV shows including Star Search and those that basically make money off of humiliating people in front of millions of viewers. I have never watched any of them and have seen enough advertisements about them that I can't think of any bigger waste of time. I don't have an ounce of respect for a man or woman who would seek a mate on a "Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire" show. Whether the participants are gay or straight is of little consequence to me when I view them all as degrading themselves by participating in such phony farces as "REALITY". I mean....REALLY..... :rolleyes:
     

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