Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Transgender Show Wins Best TV Series Globe Award

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Parents and grandparents beware.

While you were at church Sunday, the television industry gave the Golden Globe Award for "Best Television Series---Musical or Comedy" to Amazon for their new show "Transparent."

"Transparent" is a new original drama created by Amazon about a family struggling with its father's admission that he is transgender.

You may recall that Jeff Bezos, the founder and chairman of Amazon, gave $2.5 million to the campaign to redefine marriage in Washington State.

He also purchased the Washington (DC) Post this past year. Clearly he has an agenda.

The industry is saying this will put Amazon's new venture into producing original television shows "on the map."

Hopefully it will also put parents and grandparents on high alert.

I few things you should know about the push by television to normalize perversion by indoctrinating the public---specifically our kids.

The industry columnists are near giddy about Bezos' new message show, describing it as "Delicately dealing with the transgender issue..."

This is a link to the Breitbart News story. I will not directly link to the show's web site, but a link is in the Breitbart story.

However, this show is available in your home on your television. And its only the latest in an avalanche of gay programming assaulting your home.

In fact, respected best selling author, speaker and regular guest on Focus on the Family, Larry Tomczak has written an article warning parents about this avalanche.

He says, "Regularly on TV, celebrities and 'experets' celebrate the 'fact' that 25-30% of Americans are really gay. Accurate statistics don't bear this out as the actual figure is somewhere between 2-3%."

He says we are being bombarded.

So much so that Focus has put out this list of how Hollywood is promoting homosexuality right now:

  • Super hyped "Empire" series starts with Oscar nominee Terrence Howard having a homosexual son - and he's a hunk.
  • "Glee" features over five gay characters.
  • Home and remodeling reality shows regularly feature lesbians and gays in partnerships exploring homes.
  • "Modern Family" features a gay couple who married over two episodes
  • "Ellen DeGeneres" celebrates her lesbianism and "marriage" in between appearances of guests like Taylor Swift to attract young girls.
  • "Dancing with the Stars" hosts a gay judge and gay couples.
  • "Biggest Loser" had lesbian Jillian Michaels as a role model coach.
  • "The Good Wife" now has a lesbian/bisexual investigator.
  • "Scandal" has two gays.
  • "2 1/2 Men" just added a lesbian daughter.
  • "Grey's Anatomy" highlights a lesbian couple with their child.
  • "Survivor" and other reality shows regularly parade homosexuals as contestants.
  • Anderson Cooper boasts openly on TV he'd rather "have sex" with a man plus co-hosts New Year's Eve festivities nationwide.

Tomczak says passivity is not an option and suggests several action items for parents and grandparents. I strongly suggest you read his article.

He published the article last Thursday, before Sunday's Golden Globe Awards honored transgenderism. Within hours the homosexual community was mocking and attacking him in various publications.

Look at this.

Jonathan Chait, a Hollywood insider and friend of the secular progressive left, including President Obama, wrote a very lengthy article back in 2012 titled, "The Vast Left Wing Conspiracy is on Your Screen."

In it he gives an overview of how television came to power in America. And how it has changed the culture right in front of our eyes.

Keep in mind he thinks that is a good thing, and he wrote the article while Romney was running for president.

Chait says in his 1992 speech at the Republican National Convention in Houston, "Pat Buchanan floridly exhorted his Party to fight (or, in his view fight back) in a cultural war, as critical to the kind of nation we will one day be as was the Cold War itself."

Chait says, "When Buchanan delivered that terrifying (or exhilarating) speech in Houston, it would have been impossible to imagine that twenty years later, all traces of this war would have disappeared from the political scene."

He wrote if you visit candidate Mitt Romney's campaign web site the issues tab labeled "Values" lists, Romney's unwavering opposition to abortion and gay marriage, "and Bushian opposition to stem cell research, but nary a glancing reference can be found to the state of the culture."

He concludes either popular culture has ceased its provocations, or the culture war has been shoved aside by the war over the role of government in the economy. He also points out some of the hypocrisy on the conservative side, but concludes with this about television:

"This capacity to mold the moral premises of large segments of the public, and especially the youngest and most impressionable elements, may or may not be unfair. What it is undoubtedly is a source of cultural (and hence political) power."

He suggests that liberals, like himself, owe a great deal of their success to those conservatives who have raised the issues, but not followed through.

One way each of us can follow through is to be sure these programs are not on in our homes.

"Have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them. For it is shameful even to mention what the disobedient do in secret. But everything exposed by the light becomes visible, for it is light that makes everything visible." (Eph. 5:11-13).

Another way we can follow through is to alert friends and family.

Be Vigilant. Be Diligent. Be Discerning. Be Bold. Be Prayerful. Be Blessed.


  1. Far greater threat than terrorism...

  2. I worry for the people who have to watch these shows to compile these numbers. It must take great faith for them to remain heterosexual.

  3. Trust me, anonymous... the "other" side is keeping very good track of the numbers...

  4. I've noticed the TV doing some strange things lately, something like showing a pool scene and saying something like "Bob's enjoying seeing the girls poolside", then they show one or two, and then do a quick switcheroo, and show some men dancing along side the pool, but only the lower parts, as if it were women's legs.

    Very strange. Are they trying to homosexualize people or something?

  5. Horrible stuff nowadays. I can't figure it out. Maybe the devil can't wait for his day of everlasting punishment, or maybe he can't control his children anymore. It just doesn't make any sense. But then, I think it's more about nature than sense.

  6. The worse it gets the more we should look for a great time of salvation.

  7. Gary, maybe it was 2-3% a few years ago but with all these tv shows. I wouldn't be surprized to see 25-30% choosing to be gay now.

  8. My personal solution has been simple. I shut off my TV about 7 or 8 years ago. With the explosion of the internet, we can now choose what we take in rather than flushing our heads in the toilet daily.

  9. I'm not impressed with TV programming, and so what I see is sports, CNN, or Fox news at a bar; or some strange reality or comedy shows at a friends. (No TV at home, nor internet access for downloads.) But somehow I don't think homosexuality percentages change much due to TV, but they may come out of the closet; and social acceptance is much greater. Years ago, I think 'studies' indicated population explosions and crowding in animal groups was a cause for increased 'aberrant' behaviors and decreases in fertility.

  10. I suspect that many young people are experimenting with their sexuality because they have no godly examples of who they should be as regards their body and sexual relations. Even children raised in Christian homes can be led astray by our popular culture - this is from experience. We have to train our kids by teaching truth as they will have to live in this world. I also suspect that many, having sampled the alternatives, will eventually settle into traditional gender roles. Examples like Dennis Jernigan give me hope.

  11. It's going to get bad before it gets worse, but those that are of God should get better and better.

  12. Although I value that everyone has the right to an opinion, I am not sure how I feel about this. I am a Christian and I love the Lord but this seems very judgmental. I am not saying we should support these things but at the end of the day we are all God's children and we need to remember that. Lesbian or not, gay or not, transgender or not, people want to belong and identify with someone that is like them. Shows are shows and just like a comment earlier in this feed, you can turn off your TV at any time. Pray for those you do not agree with and that sin but ultimately, it is for God to judge the sin, not us.

    1. Anonymous at 5pm
      You are a fool.
      Counsel with a fool and that is what you will be.
      Garbage In... Garbage out... Good In, Good out!
      Judgemental? Really..
      Are you blind? It would be better to be tossed in the deepest Ocean with a millstone around your neck, then to lead one of My children astray.Like Hitler did in Nazi Germany, leading the children down a dark road to oblivion, these hollywood whacko's are leading our children there as well. To say, "turn off your t.v." Is asinine. Parents aren't home anymore. Children all have T.v's in their own rooms to act as baby sitters because the parents have abdicated their parental powers to it.
      Counsel with a fool... and you be a fool!


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