Back in May, we celebrated the moment Michael Sam became the first openly gay man to be drafted into the NFL. Then he celebrated that joyous moment by kissing his longtime boyfriend.
ESPN carried this beautiful and historic moment live during their prime-time coverage of the NFL draft, to the horror of thousands of homophobic viewers.
A handful of these Americans filed a complaint with the FCC.
they use extremely poor judgement and showed two men kissing on national television although they had the opportunity to cut the footage completely. I don’t allow any of my young children to watch any kind of kissing on television and I certainly do not want them to observe homosexual kissing. I am greatly offended and I understand that people have the right to do whatever they wish, but I also know that I should not be subject to viewing their bedroom activity on NATIONAL TELEVISION on a SPORTS NETWORK!
I am not sure what good this will do or who I should contact in regards to making sure this never happens again, but I would sure like some feedback. I watch ESPN for the SPORTS and it seems as though lately they have been pushing a homosexual agenda. Thank you and if you have any helpful information on what I can do, please do advise.
Poor Janet Jackson got spanked by the FCC for showing a boob during the Super Bowl halftime show, but two men kissing, that deserves jail time!
This homophobe is afraid the kiss may have turned their children gay:
This person couldn’t handle a college athlete coming out as gay. Must have been an evil April Fools’ joke by ESPN:
This guy didn’t enjoy two guys french kissing:
This person thought ESPN’s coverage was dripping wet in horrifying “homosexual relationship” and “displays of affection.”
Read all 20 complaints below: