Television and media have been promoting the gay lifestyle on television for some time, but March 2, 2015 marked a new low. For the first time ever on television ABC’s sitcom episode of “The Fosters” depicted the “first kiss” of two teenage boys. The show is about two lesbian women who raise both foster children and biological children together. Created by two gay men, the episode was exploring the same-sex feelings of two teenage boys who are part of the cast as they supposedly realized that their relationship had gone beyond just being friends.
The show’s creators, Peter Paige and Bradley Bredeweg said the scene reflects their own “coming out” and “serves to connect with young viewers who also experience homosexual feelings.”
“More than anything else, we felt responsibility to those kids and to our younger selves who didn’t see themselves reflected anywhere,” said Paige. “It was time to see this, time to put this up for the world.” added Bredeweg.
Not surprisingly, social media exploded with controversy on both sides of the issue after the episode. Gay advocates like to push the frontiers to desensitize minds of the public to their culture. What better way than to get young actors to act out homosexual behavior on screen? They are aggressing attempting to glamorize and normalize what God condemns. They think that every aspect of homosexual lifestyle should be “modeled to the nation. Hollywood and media are increasingly promoting homosexual lifestyles. They display openly the perversion that was hidden. That’s what coming out of the closet is all about; making open declarations of those evil things, which they do in private.
“And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. For it is a shame even to speak of those things, which are done of them in secret… See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, Redeeming the time, because the days are evil.” Ephesians 5:11-16