“The BBC said in a statement that the show would be pre-recorded ‘as live’ every week. Discussions have been taking place about the changes over a long period of time and Ross, 48, was said to be ‘happy’ about the new arrangements. Complaints were made recently about a jibe Ross made on his show on May 9 which some people interpreted as being anti-gay. … Ross has said that he was ‘mortified’ people thought he was being anti-gay when he suggested parents should put their sons up for adoption if they wanted a Hannah Montana MP3 player.” [Independent]
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that wasn’t anti-gay. it was pro-music.
If he wasn’t being anti-gay, why didn’t he also say that parents should put their daughters up for adoption as well. While it’s possible that Jonathan wasn’t being anti-gay, you need to keep in mind that homophobia these days is being coded. Most homophobes aren’t going to say “I hate gays”. Rather, they’ll code it in ways that are subtle. ‘
When a lot of subtle homophobia exists in society, it combines to produce a very big force indeed. In fact, one that ruins lives.
Yes, clearly we need thought police to root out all the subtly coded homophobic remarks.
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