Star Wars Video Games Yield to Pressure from GLBT Lobby
The classic Star Wars line of books, movies, video games and toys originated as a story that the entire family could enjoy. It avoided sexual immorality, political positioning and extreme graphic violence.However, due to pressure from the GLBT lobby, Electronic Art has made the decision to incorporate gay characters into their next production of the Star Wars video game aimed at boys ages 11-16.
“The impact from this decision has potential to be extremely destructive to children and families. What makes this so dangerous is despite what the labels say, the actual purchasing market for these games is often young males ages 11-16. This age group is not yet mature enough to not be impacted by these life decisions. There is no argument that video gaming is an extremely effective training tool. These young minds will be indoctrinated to homosexual relationships as normal lifestyles with homosexual characters being portrayed as heroes in warfare and in romantic situations.” Says Steve Ensley, CEO of Cleanwww Inc.
The Timothy Plan has been on the cutting edge of avoiding investing in and/or supporting companies like Electronic Arts. They are one of very few mutual fund groups available to concerned Americans that will not invest in companies engaged in activities that are contrary to traditional family values.
Because BioWare continues to get a lot of pressure to embrace the GLBT Lifestyle agenda, the President of Timothy Plan, Arthur Ally, did not blink when Electronic Art decided to incorporate gay characters into their next production of Star Wars. His comment was “We’re really not surprised or shocked that EA would capitulate to pressure from the GLBT activists. We are, however, disappointed.”
The Timothy Plan, Cultural Polluters, American Family Association and many other pro-family organizations have finally said “enough is enough” and believe it is long past time we take a stand for the sake of our children and families. For more on this issue, please visit the following site culturalpolluters.org