Of course, for some reason, the existence of Ken and Barbie dolls don’t trigger discussions about sexual orientation. And what if a child’s kindergarten friend has gay parents? Is it too soon for them to pick up their child at the same time as yours?
Archie Comics isn’t showing scenes of leather S&M gear, sauna houses or even a Gay Pride flotilla. It is just trying to portray gay couples in a similar fashion to straight couples. Seriously, what else is there to explain?
And why did One Million Moms decide to skip the Life With Archie issues that portrayed not only future Archie getting married to different women, but also getting divorced? When is it okay to have that discussion?
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