I don't get it, the message is just 'don't hate on gays". You know that's not considered radical anymore, right? That's the mainstream position. I was expecting something about genderfluidity or something controversial in the centre, but this is some weak hash.
The cartoon itself is pretty garbage, but then it is literally propoganda.
It's not just the cartoon. It is the entire show
. The message of that clip was not "don't hate on gays." It was "*** conversion therapy works, and is ok, but only if its in reverse."
I should not have to be pointing this out.
You took one glance at it and assumed it was "don't hate gays." Really? That is the problem in itself. But you are exactly right-- "don't hate gays" is
mainstream. It isn't enough
to simply not hate gays anymore. It isn't enough to state the obvious, and that is not what they are doing.
Do I need to explain why this is a problem? Do I really need to explain how this type of thing gives validity to people who actually
hate gays? --that it makes their otherwise absurd fear seem reasonable when the message of the cartoon is literally
"try and convert straight people while deliberately undermining their religion to their face"?