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    Default Cartoons that have Homosexuality Hints

    What about it?

    R'gard cartoons such as Ren & Stimpy. A cat and a dog who are both male who live together in a house and sleep in the same bed. Sometimes Ren is displayed as the "male one" in a suit as he goes to work while Stimpy sometimes appears more "feminine".

    Or Bugs Bunny, the siwwy wabbit. How often has he not put on female clothing, acted feminine-like, and put up makeup?

    Or Spongebob?

    I bet there are more.


    Well, I am hardly knowledgeable about it all, so perhaps someone can provide illumination on the subject and also on whether the subject is one worthy of discussion. I recall it was on the news at some point and thought it decent to start here. What particular areas of discussion regarding the subject are necessary?
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    Default Re: Cartoons that have Homosexuality Hints

    And what are you asking now?

    P.S. A teletuby (Tinky Winky) was also gay http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tinky_W..._controversies
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    Laurel and Hardy used to share a bed. Not cartoons, but you get the idea.
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    Somewhat homo-erotic

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    Bugs Bunny not only dressed up in women's clothing, he often kissed Elmer (and other males) on the lips. Heck, I even think Bugs and Elmer got married in one show.

    The Flintstone's theme song promised "You'll have a gay old time."
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    The He-Man post just screams for this linky: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8Nc8RCLy1s

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    Waylon Smithers and Milhouse?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Mark
    The He-Man post just screams for this linky: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8Nc8RCLy1s
    Oh man thanks for posting that, broke a rib last week and it hurts god this is HILARIOUS

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    Or Spongebob?

    Spongebob is just a kid, his relationship with the other male characters is nothing special. He even had/has a girlfirend, a squirel that lives underwater.


    Well, I am hardly knowledgeable about it all, so perhaps someone can provide illumination on the subject and also on whether the subject is one worthy of discussion. I recall it was on the news at some point and thought it decent to start here. What particular areas of discussion regarding the subject are necessary?
    It's the liberal bias of the media !

    And for once that might actually be true. Most 'Hollywood' people are artists in the broad definiton (which includes untalented artsists), being an artist almost implies being 'liberal', freeing oneself from conventions and finding your own way, or at least your own voice in life. A lot of their character is reflected in the products they make.

    The high frequency of 'gay' subcontext can have several reasons. First of all it is often used purely for comedy, effeminate male characters are often perceived as funny. Second it can reflect the sexuality of the author, who can have various reasons for creating a gay character. Thirdly, since 'Holywood' people tend to know a lot of gay people (if the media is to be believed) even if they're straigth, the characters can reflect their environment or actual people they know. Fourthly, it can be done for PC reasons. Fifthly, it can be done just to piss off some conservatives (or religious groups).
    There are probably still other reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fragony


    Somewhat homo-erotic
    Now that's hot. I'd like to have a three way with him and Skelator!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bijo
    What about it?

    R'gard cartoons such as Ren & Stimpy. A cat and a dog who are both male who live together in a house and sleep in the same bed. Sometimes Ren is displayed as the "male one" in a suit as he goes to work while Stimpy sometimes appears more "feminine".

    Or Bugs Bunny, the siwwy wabbit. How often has he not put on female clothing, acted feminine-like, and put up makeup?

    Or Spongebob?

    I bet there are more.


    Well, I am hardly knowledgeable about it all, so perhaps someone can provide illumination on the subject and also on whether the subject is one worthy of discussion. I recall it was on the news at some point and thought it decent to start here. What particular areas of discussion regarding the subject are necessary?
    Ren and Stimpy wasn't a kids cartoon. It's like the Simpsons or Beavis and Butthead, for "adults." And in the revived version Ren and Stimpy were gay, openly gay infact. There was one squence where Stimpy is trying to get Ren "in the mood" and he does something Ren doesn't like. To which Ren starts screaming "I'M THE PITCHER YOUR THE CATHER!" It ends with Ren in a pitchers suit and Stimpy in cathers gear lying on fours on the bed with a catchers mit over his butt crack.
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    Default Re: Cartoons that have Homosexuality Hints

    Take your pick.

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    Default Re: Cartoons that have Homosexuality Hints

    Quote Originally Posted by Gregoshi

    The Flintstone's theme song promised "You'll have a gay old time."
    Yeah, but that was in reference to the 'older' definition of gay, which meant happy. Had nothing to do w/ the Flintstones being gay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greaterkhaan
    Yeah, but that was in reference to the 'older' definition of gay, which meant happy. Had nothing to do w/ the Flintstones being gay.
    I know greaterkhaan, but we are being rather loose with the term "gay". One example given was Bugs Bunny wearing a dress which is equating cross dressing with homosexuality. So I interpreted "gay old time" in accordance to the thread topic.
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    I didn't know Bijo-san is interested in Yaoi.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregoshi
    I know greaterkhaan, but we are being rather loose with the term "gay". One example given was Bugs Bunny wearing a dress which is equating cross dressing with homosexuality. So I interpreted "gay old time" in accordance to the thread topic.
    If I get your drift, then I must the topic and title is "Cartoons that have Homosexuality Hints", so it should mean there is no equalization of BB's crossdressing to homosexuality.


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    I didn't know Bijo-san is interested in Yaoi.
    What is that? My language guessing capability dictates the word's of Asian origin.

    But since you're joking and I do not wish to disappoint you I will just laugh then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bijo
    If I get your drift, then I must the topic and title is "Cartoons that have Homosexuality Hints", so it should mean there is no equalization of BB's crossdressing to homosexuality.
    You're splitting hares again Bijo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bijo
    What is that? My language guessing capability dictates the word's of Asian origin.
    It's japanese. Yaoi means manga/anime with homoerotic content.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doc_bean
    Spongebob is just a kid, his relationship with the other male characters is nothing special. He even had/has a girlfirend, a squirel that lives underwater.
    So, they even promote murder and necrophilia!

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    It's been decades since I last watched that, where was the homo-friendly bit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Conqueror
    It's japanese. Yaoi means manga/anime with homoerotic content.
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