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BBC Told To Put More GAY Presenters On Children's TV to 'Familiarise' Youngsters With Different Sexualities
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[quote:Manu-Koelbren:MV8yMDgxMTUwXzM1MDQzMzI0XzM1NUEwN0M5] SO what it is it? how do you recognize gays, do you show them having sex or something?Being gay is a sexual inclination, not all homos are flaming queers, some look indistinguishable from a regular guy, same with lesbians. How do they want to make the point to children that the presenters are gay? only way would be showing them having sex. [/quote]
BBC children's programmes should include more lesbian, gay and bisexual people, a report of the corporation recommends.
A panel of nine experts said youngsters should be introduced to sexual diversity in their early years.
While there has been a gradual increased in the representation of these people, they remain 'still relatively invisible' in the media, they said.
The report concluded: 'The LGB [lesbian, gay and bisexual] experts feel that the BBC should seek to incorporate the portrayal of LGB people within programming targeted at children, to familiarise audiences through incidental portrayal from an early age.'
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