Fri. Nov 22nd, 2019

Delta Airlines caves to LGBT lunatics, agrees to air gay sex scenes during in-flight movies

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Acquiescing to yet another demand of the LGBTQP lobby, Delta Airlines has announced that it will no longer censor explicit homosexual content from its in-flight movie lineup.

Rather than simply correct the record after being falsely accused of selectively censoring only “queer” adult content from its films, Delta instead decided to just go ahead and open the floodgates to whatever the LGBTQP mafia decides it wants air travelers to have to watch while flying.

As a result, Delta travelers and their families will no longer have censorship protection against X-rated smut, as they and their children will have no choice but to consume vulgar LGBTQP content should they decide to watch Delta’s in-flight entertainment.

“We value our in-flight entertainment options as a means to reflect the diversity of the world,” the Atlanta-based company said in a statement, further explaining that it had never specifically requested that “homosexual content” be removed from the movies available for viewing on its airplanes.

“We are reviewing the processes of our third-party editing vendors to ensure that they are aligned with our values of diversity and inclusion,” Delta went on to add.

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Cult of LGBTQP: You WILL watch our smut, or else you’re a BIGOT!

Even though Delta flights are supposed to be family-friendly, LGBTQPs want all Delta customers to have to watch lesbians masturbate, for instance, as well as engage in other lesbian sexual acts.

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This is what Olivia Wilde, director of Booksmart, wants, as she recently denounced Delta for cutting these and other graphic sex scenes from her film.

“What message is this sending to viewers and especially to women?” Wilde whined in a recent tweet. “That their bodies are obscene? That their sexuality is shameful?”

Yes, Wilde. It is both obscene and shameful to expose underage children to this type of sexual perversion. But we don’t expect you to understand any of this, seeing as how you’ve obviously been given over to a reprobate mind.

It’s important to keep in mind that Delta doesn’t edit its in-flight entertainment, but rather contracts this out to third-party companies that remove offensive language and cut out offensive scenes to makes movies safer for children. But Wilde couldn’t care less about protecting children.

“I urge every airline, especially those who (sic) pride themselves on inclusivity, to stop working with this third party company, and trust the parental advisory warning to allow viewers to opt out if they choose,” Wilde added.

Wilde obviously isn’t concerned about making Delta flights “inclusive” for children, and neither is Delta itself, as the company announced that it will now be offering a “special Delta edit” of both Booksmart and Rocketman that “retains the LGBTQ+ love scenes” for Delta travelers to have to consume.

In Rocketman, male-on-male sex scenes that were previously filtered out will also be “restored,” forcing Delta travelers to watch an actor playing homosexual entertainer Elton John engage in numerous homosexual liaisons, as well as get drunk, throw up his food, use drugs, and parade around his mental illness.

Michael Hichborn from the Lepanto Institute wrote a piece back in June 2018 about his encounter with pornographic material while flying on the Irish airline Aer Lingus.

Hichborn recounts the letter he wrote to Aer Lingus complaining about the smut he was forced to watch on the seat backs of those sitting next to him, and explaining that flying on an airplane is never a private matter – meaning everything should be cautiously tailored for innocent children as much as is possible.

You can read Hichborn’s article at this link.

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