>>105878199>>105878209>There is no such thing as being "politically neutral">Again, "politically neutral" media do not exist.
Sure it does. With the issue of gay relationships, you can approach it in three ways: Actively promote it through positive portrayal and encouragement, negatively portray it as harmful or immoral, or simply don't discuss the matter, the third option being the closest thing to a politically neutral choice available. And besides, even if being politically neutral is impossible, that doesn't mean you shouldn't minimize the amount of politics involved in an entertainment medium. It's like bias in research, it will always exist, but efforts are still taken to minimize bias for a sound and reasonable approach that values the truth and input of all involved parties. Exclusionary and pandering bullshit is anathema to this, and that is what motivates these portrayals in media and cartoons, pandering and exclusion of the 'privileged' groups.>the base values that enable the freedoms fags like you enjoy in the western world spring from the idea of Enlightenment
Pretty sure the ideals of Enlightenment never even touched the concept of homosexual relationships. You can use it to justify your rampant progress and complete and utter opposition to the status quo, but in the end too much change all at once is likely to hurt a society more than help it. This is why pushing agendas is harmful, it's not a natural shift in the societal mindset, it is a genuine attempt to transform people into believers of your ideal worldview for personal benefit.
Now, if you would kindly return to /leftypol/ where you can discuss your thoughts with other like-minded Antifa and BLM members, that'd be great. /co/ doesn't want your kind here.