From Chuck Colson:
“We’re very disappointed in our track record so far. We’ll try to do better.” Those repentant words are from CBS Television’s President Nina Tassler. And, no, she wasn’t apologizing to shareholders for a bad quarter.
According to LifeSiteNews, Tassler apologized at the Television Critics Association a few weeks ago for receiving a “Failing” grade in the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (or GLAAD) in its annual Network Responsibility Index.
Every year GLAAD tracks the way lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transsexuals (LGBTs) are portrayed on prime time television.
“GLAAD analysts,” the Index says, “noted whether the LGBT depictions were minor or major, as well as the orientation/gender identity and the race/ethnicity of the characters depicted.” They also counted, “any significant discussion of issues pertaining to LGBT lives.”
They found that out of eleven hundred hours of original prime time programming on CBS only 7% were “LGBT-inclusive.”
Only seven percent! In GLAAD’s version of real life, most people are homosexual, so these numbers are deliberately inverted by the squeamish, homophobic, conservative Hollywood establishment.
Victory (which is apparently measured by comparison with the social decline in ancient Rome) for GLAAD cannot come fast enough:
A Catholic university in New Jersey has scheduled a course on same-sex marriage for the fall semester, despite a plea from the local archbishop to reconsider the course offering.
Seton Hall’s class schedule for the fall includes “The Politics of Gay Marriage,” to be taught by W. King Mott, who has told students that he has received no indication that the course should not be offered.
For homosexual activists, nothing is sacred but their own agenda.