Slippery slope: New NBC documentary promotes ‘LGBTQI+ tolerance’ with focus on gayness among animals

NBC has been at the forefront of pushing homosexual propaganda but the peacock has outdone itself with a new special on gay sex in the animal kingdom.

Just in time for Pride Month, the annual 30-day celebration of gayness, the media organization will promote “LGBTQI+ tolerance” with its documentary “Queer Planet” which will debut on the Peacock streaming service in June.

According to IndieWire, the “first-of-its-kind nature documentary” narrated by actor Andrew Rannells “focuses solely on the queer creatures in the animal kingdom.”

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“We’ve all heard of gay penguins, but this film really opened my eyes to the full spectrum of LGBTQ+ behaviors across the natural world,” the “Girls5eva” actor said in a press statement. “And what could be more natural than being who you are? I’m excited to be part of ‘Queer Planet,’ especially during Pride Month, and on Peacock, surely the most colorful and glamorous of all the streaming services.”

According to IndieWire, “‘Queer Planet’ includes footage of flamingos to pansexual primates and sex-changing clownfish; it even explores the fauna realm with multi-gendered mushrooms. Per the synopsis, the documentary looks at extraordinary creatures, witnesses amazing behaviors, and introduces the scientists who are questioning the traditional concept of what’s natural when it comes to sex and gender.”

The NBC special is so grotesquely perverse that X users just had to weigh in on it.

“’Queer Planet’ focuses on hidden LGBTQ+ communities among animals that have unconventional sexualities and genders. The film features scientists and experts such as author and naturalist Bradley Trevor Greive, ornithologist Dr. Martin Stervander, biologist Dr. Christine Wilkinson, science historian Dr. Ross Brooks, primatologist Dr. Amy Parish, biologist Antonia Forster, entomologist Dr. Tim Cockerill, mycologist Dr. Patricia Kaishian, marine biologist Dr. Christopher Goatley, evolutionary biologist Dr. Dan Edwards, and The Vagina Museum director Florence Schechter,” according to IndieWire.

“Queer Planet” will begin streaming on June 6.

Chris Donaldson


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