EXCLUSIVE: 'Glee’s' Girl On Girl Action Called 'Disgusting Gay Teen Sex Romp!'

Thu, October 14, 2010 7:00pm EDT by 90 Comments
Courtesy of Fox

The episode of Glee which aired on Tuesday, opened with a steamy girl on girl scene between cheerleaders Brittany and Sanatana, and it has people up in arms!

Do you think Glee went too far on their Oct. 12 episode? The monitoring group Media Research Center says the family friendly show has been turned into “a disgusting gay teen sex romp.”
Dan Gainor, VP of Business and Culture at the Media Research Center says based on this latest episode, the shows creator Ryan Murphy “spends his days fantasizing about teen girls ‘scissoring’ on the bed in what the media tell us is a family-friendly show.”

The necking session was pretty brief, but it may have pushed the envelope for the shows 8 pm time slot and young audience — what do YOU think?

— Jessica Finn

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Posted at 11:44 PM on April 19, 2012  

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Mark Thompson

Posted at 10:53 AM on February 16, 2012  

This show has become another sounding board for homosexuality validation. Attempting to link Christianity with sodomy is immoral and unfathomable. It’s like portraying mother Theresa as a prostitute. God have mercy on their souls.

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Matthew Stevens

Posted at 3:03 AM on April 1, 2012  

If Christianity is not tolerant of of gay relationships then I no longer want to be Christian. It’s hypocracy at it’s finest, and quite honestly, stupid. People should be allowed to love whoever they choose. And at least Glee addresses every issue school doesn’t. I’ve learnt more about being myself, love and music than I would if I were watching any other show. If you want a cause to fight for, try stopping rhino poaching or homelessness before you fight for HOMOPHOBIA.

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David

Posted at 9:20 PM on November 9, 2011  

This stuff is way over the top. Between this scene and the one with the two couples “losing it” this past week, I hope this show goes off air. Its disgusting. This isn’t a family friendly show at all. I wouldn’t want kids watching it, and I’m in my mid-twenties!

It glorifies sex and sexual behavior as nothing more than something you just “do” because you are young and feel like it, without any consequences or the emotional problems that happen in REAL life when people make mistakes by hooking up casually or with someone they aren’t spending their life with.

In real life people may not end up getting pregnant, but they are emotionally damaged and scarred from sexual experiences when the relationship fails (which it inevitably does when two immature idiots get together). Glee doesn’t talk about that. Its all about “having fun” and not caring about anyone else, but themselves. Teens need role-models who are not selfish hedonistic pigs.

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Matthew

Posted at 3:09 AM on April 1, 2012  

Dude, you have no idea what you are talking about. Watch all three seasons of Glee then tell me if Quinn getting pregnant or the episode on alchohol or even the episode where Kurt’s dad gives him the speech on being gay glorifies sex and being hedonistic. Glee probably teaches kids more life lessons then parents do.

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Harriet

Posted at 8:15 PM on September 1, 2012  

Actually the scene that you’re talking about with the two couples ‘loosing it’ does convey the emotional problems that happen in real life when people hook up without meaning it. In fact, one of the couples that you are talking about ended up deciding that they were not ready for the emotional implications that come with sex because they were too young (Rachel and Jesse), the second couple (Mr Schuster, and the guidance teacher) didn’t have sex in the end because the guidance teacher wasn’t ready. The only couple that did actually have sex in that episode was Finn and Santana. Finn then regretted the decision he made to loose his virginity because he felt nothing for Santana. This is a clear warning for teens that they should wait and have sex with a person that they have a strong emotional bond with.

You also say that the show ‘glorifies sex and sexual behavior as nothing more than something you just “do” because you are young and feel like it, without any consequences or the emotional problems that happen in REAL life when people make mistakes by hooking up casually or with someone they aren’t spending their life with.’ This is wrong. The show gives a clear indication of what happens. After all Quinn is now pregnant with Pucks child (a consequence that happens in REAL life when people make mistakes by hooking up casually) which she regrets. It also talks about what happens when people have sex with someone they don’t want to spend their life with. After all Finn regrets hooking up with Santana because he feels nothing for her.

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Debbie

Posted at 6:18 PM on March 18, 2011  

Discusting, makes me sick!

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Rafa

Posted at 11:08 PM on January 3, 2011  

Lord Christ Jesus have mercy…on their SOULS.

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Matues

Posted at 1:18 AM on June 14, 2011  

God save us from the prudes. :/

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Eryne Ang

Posted at 7:47 AM on November 8, 2010  

I think they went a little too far for this episode. I’m an openly gay teenager but the outright “backlash” from this episode is still haunting me til now.

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John

Posted at 3:20 PM on November 2, 2010  

Just some good old family fun right? WRONG!!!

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kate

Posted at 11:58 AM on October 27, 2010  

Are you being serious? Why do people always think putting lesbians on a show is only fun for creepy old paedophiles? Maybe lesbians actually like having a couple on TV they can relate to.
Jeez. It was barely a kiss, it wasn’t even on the lips.

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Just

Posted at 10:05 PM on October 21, 2010  

Glee is overrated. All the TV shows now days are nothing but hype and convey extremely poorly acted plots with zero character development.

Another thing…I don’t agree with the homosexual lifestyle, however, I won’t judge someone and treat them differently because of it. That’s something they chose. It’s their life, so I haven’t the right to force them into the mold of my life and how I choose to live it.

Essentially, Glee is the TV version of Twilight and I refuse to scar my retina’s and auditory pathways with this show.

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amy

Posted at 9:46 PM on October 18, 2010  

if you think this came out of nowhere, you have not been watching the same show i have. the show has been building to a comment on brittney’s sexuality since late last season. and it’s about time. there are astonishingly few american tv shows with a realistic portrayal of queer female sexuality, and none about teens.

and glee has shown equally, if not more graphic scenes between hetero couples and no creepy television monitoring board made any comments. besides ryan murphy is gay, so i highly doubt he’s getting off on two girls making out. he’s merely trying to continue producing a show that portrays a realistic and heartfelt account of teen life with some fun musical numbers. and i’m honestly relating more to this storyline than i have any other. so i thank him.

i’m actually kind of creeped out that this comment was treated so legitimately by hollywood life when it is clearly rooted in homophobia.

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baran

Posted at 10:40 AM on April 5, 2011  

mersyyyyyyyyyy

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Michelle

Posted at 5:31 PM on October 18, 2010  

It was a little odd…. didn’t really fit with the story and kind seemed a little “placed” like they wanted to stir the pot with the hole “Gay” thing ……

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inge

Posted at 12:00 PM on October 27, 2010  

Really? I think they just waited too long after what Brittany said about them having sex last season.

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