• Delta Airlines Caves: Gay Sex Scenes Will Stay in Films Featured on Flights

    Surge Summary: Another act of cultural surrender! This time it’s Delta Airlines which is the collapser: its powers-that-be have decided to not require films that feature homosexual love scenes be edited when they screen on their flights. What about the sensibilities of those who’d rather not have filth forcibly exhibited before them?

    Huzzah! In yet another epochal step in humankind’s ongoing evolution, Delta Airlines has announced it will now be featuring gay-sex scenes – unedited ones! – in films featured as part of their in-flight entertainment. We can breath again!

    Sarcasm aside: it’s a truly depressing summary of the state of our modern culture. Wayne Dupree offers the dismal details:

    Christians are being bullied and beat down on New York subways and church attendance is down across the country. The LGBT community has taken over media to the point every third or fourth episode of whatever you are watching on Netflix has a gay sex scene to get it out of the way so why be surprised at this decision by Delta to cave to the minority voices in our society.

    It turns out some pro-LGBT voices criticized the airline giant for offering edited versions of the movies Rocketman and Booksmart, both of which had homosexual scenes

    In a grovellingly cowardly move, Delta Air Lines opted to not hazard the LGBT backlash, so they are pledging movies with gay sex and related images, scenes, and themes will be featured on their flights with movie capability.

    I guess now we can officially christen ourselves enlightened?

    Here’s the company’s fawning statement:

    “We value our in-flight entertainment options as a means to reflect the diversity of the world. We are reviewing the processes of our third-party editing vendors to ensure that they are aligned with our values of diversity and inclusion.”

    A Delta spokesman told Fox News the company is

    “immediately putting a new process in place for managing content available through Delta’s entertainment. … The studio has agreed to provide a special Delta edit that retains the LGBTQ+ love scenes in both ‘Booksmart’ and ‘Rocketman’ that will be on our flights as soon as possible.”

    Yes, get on that right away will you? This is urgent stuff!

    For those out of the loop, Dupree explains Booksmart is

    a movie about teenage girls coming of age, including lesbian sexuality and masturbation, [which] had some scenes edited by a third-party vendor before the film was offered on Delta Air Lines.

    Dupree then interrupts this jubilant perversion-fest with a dose of decency; and reasonableness.

    Tell me again why … any of it needs to be shown. Adults aren’t the only people on the planes and those little screens on the seats can be seen by anyone – young and old. None of it needs to be shown period, if you want to watch that, go home and do it, don’t subject it to everyone around you. Delta, you failed when you backed down.

    There should be no gratuitous sex scenes in any movie on a plane because there may be children in the seat next to you. It takes some kind of perv to be comfortable sitting next to a young person who is watching sexually explicit content.

    On a flight in close quarters with complete strangers, I personally do not want my seatmate to be watching sexually explicit movies of any nature. I can only imagine the scenario if children were in close proximity.

    Films have ratings and if you had minors on that flight, the airline is justified. They have to follow the law as anyone else does. Save your adult features in the privacy of your own home or around people who agree with your beliefs! Show better movies and avoid this problem. Me, I wouldn’t show any films and hand out magazines!

    Just when it seems things can’t get any more appallingly daft …

    Now a major airline can’t insist commuters wait until they get to the privacy of their homes or hotel rooms before feasting on scenes of twisted sensuality? What about those of us who’d prefer to not have these image flickering in the seat mere inches next to us? Do our concerns matter at all to Delta Airlines?

    H/T: Wayne Dupree/Lifezette

    Image: Creative Commons. CC by 2.0;  CC Public Domain; adapted from: https://pxhere.com/en/photo/422729


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