Some families have already decided against watching Dancing with the Stars because of the skimpy costumes and provocative dance routines, that was one of the main reasons I decided that me and my boys would no longer watch this once enjoyable show. DWTS decided to take it up a notch and cast Carson Kressley from Carson-Nation, Queer Eye for the Straight Guy, and How to Look Good Naked, but also transgender Chastity-Chaz Bono- child to Sonny and Cher, (that's a mom who would be rather hard to live up to.) Both people are LGBT rights advocates and promote this destructive lifestyle. DWTS is helping them create visibility for the LGBT community.
This is completely unacceptable and quite frankly tired of this in your face attitude! Kressley will be paired up with a female dancer, and since Chasity, aka Chaz, after her sex change in 2009, will also be paired with a female dancer. Does anyone else find this a bit repulsive? Well, I do. And has anyone informed "Chaz" that no matter how much she mutilates her body she is still a woman? You cannot change your DNA, no matter how much you add or take away from your body. She is a woman and now, God bless her, a hideous looking one. What "Chaz" needed was a counselor not a scalpel. No, I am not saying these things to be ugly, but it concerns me how young impressionable minds are going to compute this.
She/he needed help from someone who has had success in helping people like her/him to get passed the confusion and realize they are beautiful they way God created them. God doesn't make mistakes.
What kind of mental chaos causes a person to mutilate and scar their bodies for life? That's NOT normal. She needed help and only got a scalpel to fix her problem.
However, I digress and to push the envelope even further for a program that could be a family show but is obviously not, Kressley is also author of the children's book You're Different and That's Super, a children's book promoting the homosexual lifestyle to children.
Bono is the show's first transgender contestant and has served as Entertainment Media Director for the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). Herndon Graddick, senior director of programs for GLAAD, said in a statement, "At a time when transgender representation in the media is sorely lacking, Chaz Bono joining the cast is a tremendous step forward for the public to recognize that transgender people are another wonderful part of the fabric of American culture."
Okay, let's see how you feel about this whole Dancing with the Stars controversy.