Say the lesbians, “We are normal. We are just like you.”
And from there they go on to demonize anyone who might disagree with any aspect of the agenda.
While passengers were cursing the nation’s second largest carrier for a computer outage that grounded hundreds of flights this month, the Atlanta-based airline was also taking heat on social media for showing an in-flight movie that edited out a love scene between two women.
“Shame on Delta,” wrote a follower of the LGBTQ Nation Facebook page. “The LGBT community is here and here to stay. People need to get over their homophobia and grow up. There is absolutely no reason why LGBT displays of affection need to be censored.”
The controversy, which was reported on several online sites, is over the 2015 romantic drama “Carol” starring Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara that centers on an affair between their characters. The film, which was nominated for six Academy Awards, is one of the hundreds of movies that was shown free recently on the airline’s Delta Studio entertainment package.
Sexual perversion destroys part of the brain that restrains behavior. Modesty is a virtue except for those who are mired up to their eyeballs in perversion and filth.
Speaking for myself, I don’t want to see any sex scenes, hetero, tranny, lesbian, whatever, if I’m on an airplane. Hollywood sex is almost always portrayed according to the Jewish movie moguls agenda to destroy something good.
Alfred Hitchcock knew how to suggest the sexual, while leaving something to the imagination.
Enjoy the famous tunnel scene (implying sexual penetration) from North by Northwest.