Exgay activist Stephen Bennett, like a number of feminists and conservatives, would like to rid the television airwaves of pornography.
Of course, Bennett defines pornography differently from your average Andrea Dworkin or Betty Friedan.
From the American Family Association/Agape Press release protesting gay couples’ civil unions in Connecticut:
Bennett observes with marked exasperation that, in today’s pro-homosexual mainstream culture, one “can’t even watch the Home and Garden Network” without running into pro-homosexual affirmation. Nowadays, he says, even the once innocuous home improvement reality shows “feature gay and lesbian couples, where they come in and make over their homes.”
(Hat tip: Good As You)