British Prime Minister David Cameron is living up to his conservative roots if recent reports are true. According to sources, Cameron supports a proposal that would ban same-sex kisses on TV until after all the kiddies have gone to bed.
The government commissioned an independent review into current regulations of television content. At issue is the 9pm watershed, which dictates what can be seen at what time.
Newspapers in Britain are claiming that one of the proposals would ensure that gay lip-locking would be relegated to after 9pm.
A source for The Daily Mail said: “It is hard to protect children in the internet and mobile-phone age but we have to do something. For some parents, what has been considered acceptable in the past ... is not appropriate for children to see early in the evening.”
Because kissing is such an appalling act.
One 18-year-old actress, Brooke Vincent from Coronation Street, took to Twitter to complain. “I just think if same-sex kisses are what he is prioritising and concentrating on changing, our country’s in trouble,” she wrote. Smart girl.
The PM's office has refused to comment publicly until the report is officially released.
It's sad when an 18-year-old actress has a better grip on reality than the leader of a country.
Corrie star slams David Cameron for alleged support of gay kiss ban before 9pm tv watershed [PinkNews]
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Some of New York's top executives have joined the fight for gay rights, signing a letter asking state politicians to legalize same-sex marriage. From the head of Goldman Sachs to the CEO of Thompson Reuters, the leaders of industry say that same-sex marriage is not only fair, but also makes good business sense.
"As New Yorkers and business leaders, we believe that attracting talent is key to our state's economic future," the letter reads. "We strongly urge New York State to enact marriage equality legislation to help maintain our competitive advantage in attracting the best and brightest people the world has to offer.
"Increasingly, in an age where talent determines the economic winners, great states and cities must demonstrate a commitment to creating an open, healthy and equitable environment in which to work and live," it continues.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo is already on board. "Same-sex couples deserve the right to join in civil marriage, and it is simply unfair to deny them the freedom to make this decision for themselves and their families," he said in March.
In 2009 a bill to legalize gay marriage was stopped by the state Senate. But when money talks, politicians often listen.
Business moguls pen letter endorsing same sex marriage [CNN]