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09:41 | 25th April 2017

Entertainment News: News

Thu 28 Apr, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


This is clearly Ryan Murphy's vision of what growing up should be, not most of America's.

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Glee’s Gaga episode has now been aired over the pond and has done its usual in promoting gay rights but it has also caused controversy as many brand it the latest installment in show’s creators gay agenda.

The episode sees the Glee group take on the controversial singer latest release ‘Born This Way’.

Lady Gaga, who is a massive advocate for gay rights, celebrates all types of people in the track and many have branded it a gay anthem.

Without giving too much away the song is used in context to resident gay character Kurt Hummel.



Media critic Dan Gainor, who has previously branded the fictional high school in the show as the ‘gayest in the history of mankind’, has now lashed out at show creator Ryan Murphy again branding this episode as his "latest depraved initiative to promote his gay agenda”.

He added: "This is clearly Ryan Murphy's vision of what growing up should be, not most of America's. It's a high school most parents would not want to send their kids to."



 

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