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TORONTO, July 26, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Canada’s publicly funded broadcaster is using notoriously anti-Christian American homosexual activist Dan Savage as an expert on sex education.
CBC gave Savage ten minutes on its flagship radio call-in program to extol the alleged benefits of the sex-ed curriculum former Liberal Premier Kathleen Wynne rolled out in Ontario in 2015 despite massive parental backlash.
Unsurprisingly, Savage opined on Cross Country Checkup Sunday that Conservative Premier Doug Ford scrapping that sex-ed program by September was a “serious mistake” that puts children “in danger.”
CBC described Savage as “podcaster and author best known for his internationally syndicated sex and relationship advice column, Savage Love,” in an article promoting the show.
Savage’s “biggest concerns include anti-gay bullying and the fact that queer students will not be acknowledged in sex-ed programs,” it reported.
But CBC didn’t mention that Savage infamously said he’d like to “f**k” former Republican senator Rick Santorum, that his X-rated advice column routinely describes and endorses deviant sexual practices, or that his LGBT anti-bullying campaign It Gets Better was skewered in 2017 after a study suggested it did more harm than good.
Matthew Wojciechowski of Campaign Life Coalition blasted the left-leaning state broadcaster for its choice of expert.
Campaign Life Coalition was among the foremost critics of the Wynne sex-ed curriculum, which introduces homosexuality in Grade 3, masturbation in Grade 6, oral and anal sex in Grade 7, and teaches there are six genders rather than two biological sexes.
“Savage is not a credible source on sexual education, he's just a hateful militant gay rights activist,” Wojciechowski told LifeSiteNews.
“CBC should not be getting advice on sex-education from an anti-Christian bigot who has publicly expressed his desire to sexually abuse conservative politicians, bullied Christian students, and considers pregnancy a sexually transmitted infection, as he states in the interview,” he added.
Indeed, so reprehensible is Savage’s conduct that a number of pro-family groups, including LifeSiteNews, joined Media Research Center (MRC) and Family Research Council (FRC) in a March 2015 campaign to stop Disney/ABC from launching a sit-com based on Savage’s life growing up in a Catholic home.
A letter to Disney from MRC’s Brent Bozell included these examples (warning: vile content):
- Savage launched a “Google-bombing” campaign in 2003 against then Republican Senator Rick Santorum in which Savage defined “santorum” as “the frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes a byproduct of anal sex.” Savage said on Bill Maher’s Real Time on July 15, 2011 that: “I sometimes think about f**king the s**t out of Rick Santorum…He needs it…Let’s bone that Santorum good. I’d be up for whipping up Santorum in that Santorum.” Savage’s comments earned a rebuke from National Organization of Women and the Atlantic pointed out Santorum’s children couldn’t Google their father’s name.
- Savage said about Republicans: “I wish they were all f**king dead,” on the same Maher panel. Parenthetically, Chrystia Freeland, then editor of Thomas Reuters Digital and now Canada’s foreign minister, was on the panel but made no objections.
- “We can ignore the bullsh** in the Bible,” Savage told a group of students when speaking about anti-bullying at a Seattle high school in April 2012, and rebuked those who left as “pansy-assed.”
- Savage viciously attacked Pope Benedict XVI for objecting to “same-sex” marriage: “What the pope is saying is that the only thing that stands between my d**k and Brad Pitt’s mouth is a piece of paper…What the pope is saying is once we’re all all gay married, we’re going to extinct as a generation. Because once we’re all gay married, we’re going to forget which hole sh*ts babies,” he told a crowd April 2012 at Elmshurst College in Illinois, as captured on video by Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality. Savage includes these quotes in his 2014 book “American Savage.”
- Savage smeared the pope again in 2013 with a column entitled: “That Motherf**king Power-Hunger Self-Aggrandized Bigot in the Stupid F**king Hat announces his retirement.”
- Savage told Dr Ben Carson in March 2015 to “suck my d**k” after Carson commented on CNN homosexuality is a choice. “If being gay is a choice, prove it. Choose it. Choose to be gay yourself. Show America how that's done, Ben, show us how a man can choose to be gay. Suck my d**k. Name the time and the place and I'll bring my d**k and a camera crew and you can suck me off and win the argument,” Savage wrote. Carson, a potential Republican presidential candidate at the time, later apologized.
Further examples of Savage’s lewd sex advice is documented on Mass Resistance.
Disney ABC ignored the campaign and launched The Real O’Neals in March 2016, with Savage as executive producer.
The Real O’Neals featured a homosexual teenage boy, played by openly gay actor Noah Galvin, coming out to his Catholic family. One of the cast, Martha Plimpton, who played “Catholic mother from hell” as described according to NewsBusters, is a longtime promoter of the #ShoutYourAbortion campaign.
The series was cancelled after two seasons.
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