Ladies, I hate to burst your one million bubbles, but your children do not live in the 1950s. When Elvis bumped and grinded his way onto TV screens, his performance was a genuine shock. But in 2013, a group of men shaking their way through a Christmas carol is a yawn.
The anti-gay group, a division of the American Family Association, has spent the past year attacking Ellen DeGeneres and JCPenney, along with a long list of pro-gay celebrities, organizations and companies. Let's take a look back at the group's anti-gay agenda of 2012.
Here's our message to OMM: There is a new normal. Look around. Our families, these families, your families are here. They exist. And calling for a boycott of a show that works to expand horizons doesn't make these families nonexistent; it just makes all of us work harder to be heard.