Quit Elmo, That Tickles. Or What I Did On My Summer Vacation

Sesame Street has been in the news almost constantly since the first debate when Mitt Romney first floated the idea about defunding Public Television.

Now Sesame Street makes the news again, but on a more serious note. It’s a sordid story of Big Bird’s friend Elmo, the big red puppet who likes to be tickled. Well, it has come out in the news that Elmo likes to do a little tickling of his own. Here’s Robert Stacy McCain’s take on it;

The punch lines write themselves — “WHAT DID BIG BIRD KNOW AND WHEN DID HE KNOW IT?” — but of course, this isn’t a joke:

The man who voices the puppet of Elmo on Sesame Street has taken leave amid allegations he had a sexual relationship with a 16-year-old boy.
Kevin Clash, 52, has taken a leave of absence from the popular children’s show after the programme’s lawyers were contacted by a 23-year-old man who claims he had a sexual relationship with the puppeteer seven years ago, when he was aged 16.
TMZ, who reported the allegations, said that Mr Clash had admitted he had a relationship with the man, but only after the accuser was an adult and said the accusations were both false and defamatory.
‘I had a relationship with [the accuser]. It was between two consenting adults and I am deeply saddened that he is trying to make it into something it was not,’ said Mr Clash . . .

So, Elmo admits he’s a gay Muppet who pursues sex with men less than half his age, but insists that he scrupulously avoids sex with those who are under the age of legal consent, so that the day before your 18th birthday, you’re strictly off-limits, but the minute you are legally an adult, you’re fair game for the Furry Red Humping Machine.

Such lofty moral standards . . .

I think just about every children’s program on PBS promotes a homosexual lifestyle. Think about it…Dora the Explorer- lesbian, Calliou- He doesn’t have very many female friends, does he. Tellitubbies…need I say more?

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