The Gay Agenda took the next step toward 'normalizing' homosexuality by scripting a gay kiss between two 13-year-old boys on a show called 'The Fosters'. The reaction on Twitter.com was instantaneous and nearly crashed Twitter.com servers. But it was just another normal day in the neighborhood for one of the show's writers, Peter Paige.
“If people want to judge it I think maybe they should watch and see how carefully, delicately and chastely it was handled,” co-creator Peter Paige told TheWrap.com.
Paige dismissed the negative reactions, saying everyone remembers experiencing their first kiss.
“Everyone has a first kiss and you remember it. How old were you?” Ninety percent of people who have an answer come back and say, “I was 12, 13 and 14 years old,” and I say, “Exactly. It was time to see this, time to put this up for the world.”
Critics argue that homosexuals who can't reproduce are "recruiting" children through pop culture sound and imagery, social media, and schools.
Paige admitted that "the kiss" was intended for season 1, but ABC asked him to "slow down" the progress of the relationship between the then 12-year-old boys, and to shelve the kiss until season 2, when the boys would be 13.
“I’m glad we took more time to invest in the friendship of these two guys,” said openly gay co-creator Bradley Bredeweg. “It allowed for this moment to feel as earned as possible.”
Paige added “It took two full seasons to build up to this one very simple, but very important moment."
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