Monday, October 4, 2010

What the ... bigoted BS?!?!?

A tip of the hat to Marmot for first posting about the stupidity of Korean mothers making Perez Hilton's blog. Yes, Korean mothers hit it big when they announced they are forming a union to protest a gay storyline on a Korean drama.

A popular Korean drama called "Life is Beautiful" has a storyline concerning a gay couple. What is the reaction of these Korean mothers? A protest. Why? The show may turn their children gay. What the kimichi??!?! There are still people that stupid? Yes, and they are proud to let you know they are in the Land of the Moronic Bigot. One of these stupid bitches with too much time on her hand said;

“If my son becomes gay and dies from AIDs after watching ‘Life Is Beautiful’, SBS must take responsibility! ‘Life Is Beautiful’ has glamorized the culture of gays against what is realistically, healthy and proper for the citizens of Korea.”

Ah .... and there you have it ... the secret reason is ... blood money. If the show turns their kids gay they WILL die from aids, because as all bigots know that all gays have aids, then SBS MUST pay them blood money.

And of course we all know that having gay people on TV will send gay waves through the TV that can convert watching it into a flaming homosexual. So SBS must be deliberately trying to turn Koreans into homosexuals! Must not be any blood money in that theory or these fuckwits would be pursuing it.

Next they will be using the logic of Robertson and Fallwell to blame homosexuals for the typhoon season.

I liked the response of Hong Seok Cheon. Especially when he said

"The people that put out this ad not only demolished the human rights of gays but of AIDS patients as well. This is such an amazing country, allowing such ads to be put out. This ad being released is a more severe problem than the fact that gays are shown on a public broadcast drama. Anything can be released as long as money is involved, I suppose."

I am not surprised that the ad came out. After all, look at the BS that CYJ English put out about foreign teachers. I still have to shake my head in amazement at the Korean Human Rights Commission telling one person who complained about CYJ that while the ad was discriminatory it wasn't discriminatory enough. Using that lack of logic neither is this one.

Considering how much Koreans hate bad press about Korea, and how well read Perez's blog is, it could be interesting to see if Koreans come out against this group or blindly defend it


  1. I'm going to go with blindly defend it with the familiar you don't understand Korean culture.

  2. This is much more likely to make someone turn gay and get AIDS

  3. 3gyupsal

    Oh god I feel the gay vibes coming through already!!! The only thing gayer could be ... Super Junior.

  4. Seriously, if a country has such bad gaydar, they have no right complaining about gayness on television. They could actually learn a thing or two.

  5. That is too true 3gyupsal.

    One friend talking about his first thoughts when he got to South Korea said he thought it was full of homosexuals and hookers after seeing how the guys and gals looked.

  6. In my first year, I couldn't help but think "Pimp" and "Ho" at some of the costumes.
    But this gay thing isn't any different than the complete and utter disregard for logic that overtook them during other crises such as the mad cow scare, or the "sinjin flu" scare, or the riots about the dead schoolgirls, or...