In the 9th episode of season 5, Yazz (a girl) reveals to Sammy (a girl) how she feels about her and they end up kissing.
Subsequently, both their friends and their families support their lesbian relationship “because of how supposedly happy the two girlfriends are, as they like to call themselves,” the Catholic activists narrate.
“As you can imagine, the issue has unleashed a wave of outrage around the world. If we parents can't have peace of mind when our children watch a series inappropriate for them, we're simply not going to take that risk anymore,” they say.
“The ball is in Netflix's court,” the members of CitizenGo say, and add, “It has to decide whether to follow the LGBT agenda or the families' agenda.”
The Catholic activists note that at the moment “betting on the LGBT agenda doesn't seem to have gone very well.”
They say that the LGBT agenda has lost two-thirds of its value since October last year. They add the agenda “is at the same levels as before the pandemic, as if it had missed the opportunity of confinements.”
In their demand to Mr. Reed Hastings, the Catholic activists call on the Netflix CEO to choose between promoting family values and pursuing the LGBT agenda, noting that the two do not go hand in hand.
“Mr. Reed Hastings, decide whether you want to pursue the LGBT agenda or the family agenda. They are not compatible,” they say.
Agnes Aineah is a Kenyan journalist with a background in digital and newspaper reporting. She holds a Master of Arts in Digital Journalism from the Aga Khan University, Graduate School of Media and Communications and a Bachelor's Degree in Linguistics, Media and Communications from Kenya's Moi University. Agnes currently serves as a journalist for ACI Africa.
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