Modern Propaganda: GLAAD wants ‘20% of series regular characters’ to be ‘LGBTQ By 2025’

Modern Propaganda: GLAAD wants ‘20% of series regular characters’ to be ‘LGBTQ By 2025’. By Frank Camp.

GLAAD [formerly the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation] President Sarah Kate Ellis states that television plays a crucial role in our culture when it comes to “changing hearts and minds.”  …

The organization’s challenge that “20% of series regular characters on primetime scripted broadcast series” should be LGBTQ by the year 2025 would amount to severe overrepresentation. …

GLAAD’s push for overrepresentation could be a factor in the overestimation of the actual LGBT population by many Americans.

In 2019, Gallup asked respondents: “Just your best guess, what percent of Americans today would you say are gay or lesbian?”

The average respondent believed that 23.6% of the population is gay or lesbian. Broken down further, 35% guessed that the gay and lesbian population was “more than 25%”; 19% guessed that it was between “20% to 25%”; 10% guessed that it was “15% to less than 20%”; and 14% guessed that it was “10% to less than 15%.”

Only 8% guessed that the percentage of gay and lesbian persons in the United States was “less than 5%.”

In fact, about 3% of males are gay and about 1% of females.

It’s just a gay fantasy that 20% are gay: oh, so many more potential partners!

This is how it’s done. Most of us spend several hours a week watching tv, movies etc, so they are part of our reality. But the left are perverting our view of what’s “real.” It’s a fantasy world, where PC reigns and reality is excluded or despised.

On Australian ABC, all the programs for decades have been showcases for progressive values. All the good and normal characters are progressive or espouse progressive values, and only the bad people are non-progressive. A drip, drip, drip of anti-male, anti-white, anti-Christian, anti-western stories. So teachy.

In the old Soviet Union, the Russians were played by good looking actors and the nasty westerners were played by bad looking actors. So easy to spot. Now, on our tv and movies its morals and values. Only slightly more subtle.

hat-tip Scott of the Pacific