Glee Season 3 Premiere
Tonight at 8p on FOX Glee premieres. They are returning from their lose at Regionals so Will assigns them the Purple Piano Project to raise their spirits. Blaine considers transferring to McKinley High to be with Kurt and as always Sue is up to no good.
This show has a very special meaning in that it has gay characters and cast members who happen to be gay on the day “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” was repealed from the US military. And while the Repeal of this law is a step in the right direction there is still a long ways to go for individuals who happen to be homosexual to receive their full rights in the USA.
But for tonight I will watch Glee and celebrate this advancement in gays rights.
So watch Glee at 8pm EST on Fox and supprot the Gay community!!
Glee Season 3 Preview
It was so important to me to support our gay community and as such we watch this show and embrace this community. I watch it with my son and I speak to him about gay people's plight for rights in America and equality. And i am so glad ot do it until the moment that the show started railing on Autism. My son has Autism. He heard and saw this. He got up and walked away form the television. The writers, cast, directors and producers have hurt my son's feelings and every other person who watches this show whose life has been touched by Autism. Where I supported the minority of gay people in this country I can't do it at the expense of the special needs community who suffers with rare diseases and Autism. Why would I ever support a gay cause which doesn't support the community of Autism? Why is Down's Syndrome more acceptable then Autism. How man It Get's Better commercials do we have to sit through and then have the show Glee be the perpetrator of cruelty?
I have to turn it off now! And i could never support this show, any of the actors or anyone associated with this offensive show.
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