chaz Hate Group Upset That English Word Was Defined On TelevisionThe “One Million Moms” [a project of the American Family Association hate group, so we're not talking about Mothers of the Year or anything] are real mad right now because, you see, hunger child poverty need for education reform in the United States any number of things Jesus is actually reported to have discussed Cher’s transgender son Chaz Bono is on the television, shaking his booty [and you know that's a sin] on the Dancing With The Stars program, and even more than that:

DWTS & ABC Aired a Definition of Transgender

That is actually the headline of their petition letter, the one that they want people to send to their advertisers for the purposes of whining.

This week the season premiere and the results show of “Dancing with the Stars” aired on ABC. They did exactly what OMM thought they would do and precisely what they said they would not do. They made a platform for the LGBT community. The network and program’s agenda was obvious after announcing Chaz Bono as the first transgendered contestant. Then they had the audacity to give a definition of what that means for anyone who is not aware. While showing a childhood picture the program aired a description that transgender means, in this case, that Bono was born a girl but is now a man.

Word was defined! On the television! I mean, these are fundamentalist home schoolers we’re talking about. They’re not big on vocabulary, if you know what I mean. Words are a gateway drug to those kids finding out their fundamentalist Christian parents are full of crap.

OMM’s point has been proven.

Dancing With The Stars will stop at nothing to teach children the English language!

Bono and his publicist both said there will be only dancing.

Uh oh, One Million Dingbats, you accidentally used the correct gender pronoun for a transgender person such as Chaz Bono! Y’all are slipping!

Furthermore in an interview with “Good Morning America,” Bono said more than once that there will be only dancing and no agenda or discussion of his sexual lifestyle.

Whoa there, what the hell does this have to do with “sexual lifestyles”?

Loving your child is to teach them right from wrong and help them find help when they need it. Someone has to want help and seek help though. A sin is a sin. We are all sinners, but we try to do better and get help when and where we need it.

Pay no attention to all the gender variant people all over the Bible. Shhhhhh.

Anyway, they want you to send a letter, which they have helpfully written for you [remember, their followers don't know many words], to demand that the advertisers pull out of the show. This is that letter:

As a mom and a member of OneMillionMoms.com, I am deeply disappointed that you are supporting the inappropriate, politically correct program “Dancing with the Stars” which airs Monday and Tuesday nights on ABC at 8:00 p.m/7:00 Central.

This show is extremely descriptive in its transgender discussions and its casual approach to homosexuality when children are likely watching.

The overtly-sexualized show is offensive in how it portrays this lifestyle as glamorous and in a positive light, when in fact it is damaging to impressionable young men and women.

You have choices about what you support, just as I have choices about where to spend my hard-earned money.

As a consumer, I am asking you to stop your company’s advertising support of this show. My decision to support your company depends on it.

I look forward to hearing from you regarding my concern.

Now, of course, the One Million Brain Cells aren’t that smart, so instead of just giving a form letter to sign, they’ve actually given us the opportunity to edit the letter! So, really you can do what you want, using the AFA/OMM form. You could even tell their advertisers a BIG OLD THANK YOU for not shying away from a real person, simply because that person’s existence scares the fundamentalist Christian Gladys Kravitzes of the world.

Or you could do something like this…

As a mom and a member of OneMillionMoms.com, I am deeply disappointed that you are supporting the television program Dancing With The Stars.  This show exhibits blatant anti-fundamentalist bigotry by defining words, out loud, on television. Expanding my vocabulary hurts my feelings, not to mention my head. Of course, our family believes that dancing, in itself, is a grievous sin, which leads me to wonder why I’m even concerned about this at all! All I know is that, thanks to my husband, who ordered me to drop out of high school in order to raise our new family, never pursuing a career or any of my silly lady dreams, I have more than enough time to whine and complain about programs I don’t like watching. Moreover, as I did not attend college and have never been educated on human sexuality or gender beyond what my husband and pastor have told me, I actually am terrified that if my children see Chaz Bono on television, it will open the door for Satan to tempt them into turning transgender like the person on television! I am blissfully unaware of the fact that gender dysphoria is something that individuals simply have, as opposed to a decision one can make at the drop of a hat. As a consumer, I already spend most of my allowance on American Family Association approved businesses and services only — I haven’t been to a Home Depot in at least a year! — but I just want you to be on notice that our family will stop patronizing your services entirely if you don’t bow to our medieval whims! I feel very safe in my bubble, where I am not expected to think for myself, and when reality intervenes through the television, it makes me uneasy and I start thinking about what might have been if I had followed my dreams and become an architect or something. NO! I love my life! And I will not have my children being taught that their shame-shames are something to be disregarded on a whim, even though that is not really what transgender is being about at all…

Also I am upset that Nancy Grace’s teat fell out on last night’s episode, which is causing me to rethink my opinion on Casey Anthony entirely.

Sincerely,

A typical American Family Association Housewife

Yeah, you could do something along those lines…

Cut ‘n’ paste if ya want!