Christian Voice v TV Choice

The 11th-17th March issue of TV Choice carried a feature plugging the Sonia and Naomi storyline in Eastenders. This included pictures of the two girls kissing, which caused outrage among our favourite fundamentalist bibliolaters, Christian Voice (incidentally, according to Google, the world’s number 1 bigots).

Stephen “Dog Shit” Green sent out an E-alert to his supporters urging them to complain to TV Choice, and their parent company Bauer, about this blatant promotion of homosexuality.

The magazine TVChoice, in its issue for the 11th-17th March, advertised a story about the television serial “Eastenders” that promoted lesbianism as a normal, natural part of society. Highly offensive pictures were published as part of this magazine’s attempt at pro-homosexual propaganda. Parents will have bought the magazine, and taken these pictures unwittingly into their homes, where their young children could have seen them.

He also urged supporters to pray that the editors be convicted of their sin and repent for the “disgusting and immoral pictures – and shameless promotion – of lesbianism”.

11 Responses to “Christian Voice v TV Choice”

  1. Kate says:

    He probably quite liked the pictures really…

    What I fail to understand is why this religious crackpots think that hitherto avowed heterosexuals should suddenly switch teams upon seeing photos from a soap opera.

    Likewise, the “won’t anyone think of the children” angle is always overworked. I never acted out scenes from a soap opera as a child, only Stephen Green seems knows why any child would apparently.

  2. Andy A says:

    I’ve been exposed to lots of photos in mainstream media of hetties kissing, so what’s the big deal? It didn’t make me heterosexual. πŸ™‚

  3. Ricky Smith says:

    Sorry to ask, but do you think our favourite fundy ever masturbates? If so…who or what does he think about?

  4. andrew says:

    Considering how much he talks about homosexuality, I can only conclude that he thinks about men.

  5. Joe says:

    And let’s not forget that Mr Green presumes to lecture the world at large on sexual morality, but simultaneously feels that rape laws urgently need to be relaxed so that fewer men are convicted – in fact if I remember rightly he believes that rape isn’t rape if the rapist happens to be married to his victim.

  6. Kate says:

    I could be wrong, but I’m sure he was quoted (in a book he wrote?) as saying that he’d had same-sex experiences in his younger days but that was Satan’s doing (or some such rot). In other words, he’s an extremely sad, repressed individual with some seriously deep-rooted issues that manifest themselves as extreme religious piety.

  7. martyn says:

    LoL, keep imagining him in a southpark type satan/sadam animation. πŸ˜‰

  8. Marc Draco says:

    If he appeared on South Park it would boost his celeb rating (unless they did a “Chef” on him).

    Now there’s an idea! πŸ˜‰

  9. Pinchbeck says:

    ‘I could be wrong, but I’m sure he was quoted (in a book he wrote?) as saying that he’d had same-sex experiences in his younger days’
    With Michael Portillo, maybe?

  10. Rosalind says:

    Can anyone honestly say that they haven’t been turned on by two men (or women) kissing? It’s a human instinct!

  11. Nevrom says:

    I am simply baffled as to why this lunatic gets the air space. He’s obviously a mad bigot, the kind we see on the streets talking to themselves everyday. What he needs is medication.