Watchwoman on the Wall

Watchwoman: They call it gay.  I call it what God calls it – sin – fornication – and – so do my.  I can’t type the word without the spaces because censors in cyberspace will delete the email or post I send to notify many of my WW subscribers — so that is why I type so do my or so do mites.  We’ve never watched one episode of GLEE and never plan to.  If everyone who was a conservative, Bible-believing Christian, did the same, and forbade their children to tune into the program, it would already have disappeared from the airwaves.  Heads up, parents!  Are you and your family a doer of the word?  If you are, take action, get up, grab your remote, turn off GLEE!  Encourage all your friends to do the same.  Forward this post (see link herein) and send this post to all your conservative, decent, Christian friends (not the pretend Christians who attend churches that tell so do mites they are not committing a sin in their damning perverted acts).  Also, click the link and email (write) to FOX (local, regional and national) and tell them you’ve tuned out and why.  Write down the advertisers.  Contact them.  Tell them you’re not going to buy their products and why.  You are either part of the solution or part or the problem.  ▬  Donna Calvin

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‘Glee’ scoop: Why next week’s sex-themed episode, ‘The First Time,’ is a game-changer

by Tim Stack

Gleeks you MUST tune in for next week’s episode of Glee, called “The First Time.” It’s without a doubt one of Glee‘s best installments ever and features two popular couples on the show having sex for the first time.

The couples losing their virginity? Finn and Rachel and…Kurt and Blaine! Yep, the couple — who was featured on the cover of EW’s Gay Teens on TV issue – finally decide to take the next step in their relationship. It’s all handled very delicately and is incredibly moving. I can’t think of another network series that’s taken a teenage gay relationship so far or been so progressive. The moment is instigated when another teen, Warbler member Sebastian (Grant Gustin), aggressively pursues Blaine. The trio actually have a very amusing triple date to West Lima’s only gay bar Scandals and run into none other than Karofsky (Max Adler). Look for a great moment between Karofsky and Kurt.

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