A discussion that got under my nerves and electrically shocked me into a spastic fit and eye twitches about the hit Fox t.v show "Glee", and, personally, I find that only until recently has there been a decent representation of gay teens on T.V/Movies, if any had been made at all in the past.
In this video, you'll see Bryan Fischer, director of American Family Association, which as you all know upon hearing, has to do with some sort of bigotry and propagating intolerance of irrelevant issues, making mountains of mole hills at every turn.
Here, he tries to make his argument appealing by giving made up statistics, saying, basically, that any representation of gays on t.v that doesn't lead to doing hardcore drugs, and a miserable life acquainted with incurable sexual diseases and/or suicide is influential, and is based for the purpose of advertising homosexuality, tampering with our adolescents sexuality and.. It's just too gay to be put on t.v in a time slot before bed time.
As the anchor concurs, by making an analogy of Coca Cola product placement in movies, and gays on TV being for the sake to allure more people into the homosexual lifestyle, because we all know that everyone who's ever been straight, wouldn't have been able to maintain that image, if not for product placement, and, well... the good-hearted, god blessed, heterosexual people, much like the fine lot on Fox News.
An interesting youtube vlog about the same issue by Zjemptv: http://youtu.be/EryWwzQ5EOg