We Are Family Spongebob Gay on site

Family. Ukrainian rightwingers think SpongeBob SquarePants turns kids gay - what about these homosexual double acts they missed? Wed 22 Aug 2012 06.41 EDT First published on Wed 22 Aug 2012 06.41 EDT.

I don't think Spongebob is gay (at most he's bi leaning straight), but Patrick may be, and because Spongebob and Patrick are so close of friends, Spongebob I have met males who act like Bob and they ended up being totally straight so, until more information is not given we can not be totally sure.

And no hes not gay, hes just nerdy. And to answer your question yes he is a male. SpongeBOB is his name. I dont know of many female Bobs. I honestly do not know and in my opion I don't think spongebob knows so why should we even care.

No, I don't care even if spongebob were gay. We have three gay couples in our street and our son only noticed that this might not be commonly accepted because a A lot of parents I know argue that kids know better than to model themselves after Family Guy, Spongebob, etc but honestly they don't.

Disney films such as The Lion King and Jungle Book are "gay parades" and turn children into criminals and perverts, while Shrek promotes sadism, and undermines family values. Shrek: a 'sadist'. Both Tinky Winky and Spongebob Squarepants have been "outed" before.

Nile Rogers is a music writer and producer and wrote the song "We Are family" (A big hit by sister Sledge in the 70s). He wanted to update it with a video, trying to tie in that our gay and lesbian friends are family as well.

However Dobson has not cited specific aspects of the character that he believes prove that SpongeBob is gay. Instead he is concerned with smearing the "We Are Family Foundation" and their allies the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), the Gay...

Dobson singled out SpongeBob because of his popularity among gay men. Nile Rodgers, founder of the We Are Family Foundation, which released the video, said that anyone who thought it promoted homosexuality "needs to visit their doctor and get their medication increased."

Dobson indicated that the We Are Family Foundation posted pro-gay material on their website, but later removed it.[191] After the controversy, John H. Thomas, the United Church of Christ's general minister and president, said they would welcome SpongeBob into their ministry.

In addition to [SpongeBob's] popularity among children, who watch his cartoon show, he has become a well-known camp figure among adult gay men, perhaps The video's creator, Nile Rodgers, who wrote the disco hit "We Are Family," said Mr. Dobson's objection stemmed from a misunderstanding.

In November 2004, the We Are Family Foundation released a kids' music video featuring over 100 characters from children's television programs, such as SpongeBob and Barney. (I didn't think the show was "gay" or even morally damaging.

SpongeBob has achieved popularity with both children and adults, and is an icon for gay men in the United States.[1] The character was involved in controversy when he appeared in a We Are Family Foundation video promoting tolerance.
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