• Britney Spears Glee Show Glamorizes the Burlesque, Masturbation and Sodomy

    October 10, 2010 9:14 pm 6 comments

    Parents nationwide are up in arms following a shocking episode of children’s television show Glee.

    Our respected colleague Stephenson Billings long ago did an expose on Glee, revealing how the show is an instrument for sexualized marketing by the Disney Corporation.

    Children all across America tuned into Glee to see the Britney Spears episode, where Spears played herself as a student at McKinley High School Glee Club.

    Instead of producing a classy front with interesting musical scores that underlined family values and work ethic, two components Disney claims to promote for children, the show instead produced an industrial factory’s worth of irradiated waste for the mind.

    This image captures the opening scene, where Glee star “Heather” takes on the mantra of Britney Spears and the shocking flesh colored costume she wore at the MTV Music Awards of 2003. A sexualized, gyrating dance came full frontal with this outfit, as boys as young as 9 and 10 are a part of this show’s demographic.

    Do the math, this is exploitive marketing at its worst.

    Video after video clip reveal Spears engaged in burlesque dancing and perverse lesbian acts, with innuendo none deeper than the wisdom of Obama. Children were presented with horrible visual attrocities, such as two girls feeling each other in inappropriate manners and endless musical numbers with a very sensual overtone.

    Glee is a very dangerous show. Glee is a show meant for children. We should always protect our children from danger, so Glee should not appear in the home of any responsible parent.

    Thousands of parents nationwide found out last night, the hard way. Let’s hope their daughters and sons don’t get any ideas of things to do to your children at school,perhaps in the locker room after volleyball practice or the warm-up room at Glee Club.

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