And they’ve launched a campaign calling on advertisers to pull out.
There is more than one homosexual character in this program. One of the high school students is openly gay and in a relationship with another male at another school. There is a question of another male being gay, but the character is unsure while a female student is a lesbian and knows it but doesn’t want everyone else to know yet. Several scenes seem to glorify this lifestyle decision and the topic of a new club being started for parents, family and friends of gays is in one crucial scene. Tolerance is one thing, but acceptance or affirmation is another. Please send Burger King, Boost Mobile, Subway and Taco Bell an email letter asking them to pull their support from GLEE and no longer sponsor this program through advertising.