A clip of Bill Nye’s latest television show promotes transgenderism and other gender identities as hard science, and it’s performing horribly on YouTube, as of Monday.
“My Sex Junk,” published on YouTube Sunday, features actress Rachel Bloom singing a song about transgenders, gay sex, and how sexuality is a fluid concept. The clip comes from an episode of Bill Nye’s show “Bill Nye Saves The World.”
“Sexuality’s a spectrum, everyone is on it. Even you might like it if you sit up on it,” Bloom sings on stage. “Drag king, drag queen just do what feels right.”
Bloom also delves into a bizarre chant where she laments a world in which you have only two choices between gender identity: male or female.
“This world of ours is so full of choice. But must I choose between only John or Joyce? Are my options only hard or moist? My vagina has its own voice,” Bloom sings.
The video hasn’t performed well on YouTube. It has received nearly 4,000 dislikes and only 79 likes. The clip seemed to disturb many YouTube commenters.
“Fuck this world, I want to just move to the forest and become a monk. I can’t take this degeneracy anymore,” one viewer said.
A Reddit thread devoted to the video also had people expressing dismay over the video.
“I’ve seen some weird shit but what the ever loving fuck? I know TV has become a circus but this is taking it overboard. Also why does the push for LGBT awareness always take this extreme hyper sexual edge? Wouldn’t people under that label find this offensive since it’s basically making a bizarre mockery of their lifestyle?” one person said.
“Bill Nye Saves The World” purports to look at various problems through a more scientific perspective, according to the International Movie Database. The show has a TV-14 rating.
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