…..And we’re back to this again! CBS needs more people, because on The Early Show this morning, they completely proved Glamberace’s point that there is a double standard when it comes to doing gay stuff on TV.
During The Early Show’s interview with Glamberace, they aired his dude-on-dude kiss at the AMAs but made sure to put a lube stain over it so the children out there wouldn’t turn gay. A few beats later, they aired the infamous Cheeto-on-Vadge kiss without censoring it.
In that same interview, Glamberace said, “I think that if it had been a female pop performer doing the moves that were on the stage, I don’t think there would be nearly as much of an outrage. At all. Like I said, there were other performers doing risque things. I think it’s because I’m a gay male, and people haven’t seen that before.”
You know how much time we’ve all wasted on this “what’s suitable for TV” bullshit? We should just drop the FCC off at the bus station and wave goodbye. Then we should throw all the black boxes, beeps and blur dots into the trash can. That way dudes can kiss dudes, chicks can kiss chicks and we all can around with our nipples out. Weeeeee!
And if that isn’t going to work, then how about we just blur everything on TV so no one gets offended. Actually, most of you drunk ass bitches already stumble through life in a blur, so it wouldn’t be that much of a difference. Clip of “the blur” below:
UPDATE: CBS issued this bullshit statement, “The Madonna image is very familiar and has appeared countless times including many times on morning TV. The Adam Lambert image is a subject of great current controversy, has not been nearly as widely disseminated, and for all we know, may still lead to legal consequences.”