I was watching a Netflix original series last night. The story line involved the investigation into the death of a teenage black male. For some reason the writer chose to create a back story that the dead black male had been involved in a gay relationship with another black teenage male. In the past 2 years it seems as if television has been pushing stories where characters are gay. Especially if they are black.
Being gay is not a typical trait of being a black person. If you were to use television's depiction of black characters, you would think that at least one third of black people are gay. I am concerned that young black people are encouraged to experiment with gay behavior by these images thrust into their faces.
I don't think it is "normal" to be gay. The media, television, and the movies would make you think that being gay is normal.
There is nothing wrong with being a "straight" heterosexual person. Just as there is nothing absolutely "normal" about being gay. The homosexual choice sometimes is just that. A choice that someone decides to make in terms of their personal and sexual lifestyle.
So media. Stop pushing gayness upon us, especially in the area of entertainment.