Published On: Thu, Jan 26th, 2017

CW Network to use ‘Supergirl’ Valentine’s Day to promote Maggie, Alex’s same-sex relationship

According to EW, The CW has a Valentine’s Day-themed episode of Supergirl set to center on the same-sex relationship between Alex (Chyler Leigh) and her new girlfriend Maggie (Floriana Lima).

Stealing a page from ABC’s Once Upon a Time, the heavy-handed hat tip homosexuality could alienate some in the audience. “True love’s kiss” between Dorothy and Little Red Riding Hood proved to be a “jumping off point” for many sick of the “in your face” approach from Hollywood/TV producers with regards to homosexuality.

The CW Network infuses liberal bias into all of their shows with lesbian characters, on screen kisses, blatant anti-America Civil Rights attacks and the constant “re-writing” of history to correct “America’s mistakes” on their superhero shows like The Flash, Arrow and Legends of Tomorrow. In fact, Riverdale, their new show based on the formerly family-friendly Archie comics, immediately installed Kevin Keller as the token gay student. That debacle still rages on as Archie Comics canceled a kickstarter campaign and industry experts battled over why, but overlooked the obvious departure from safe content and agenda driven themes.

Once Upon a Time‘s ratings continued to plummet during season 5, even after the “gay kiss stunt” but Disney renewed the show. As Ben Shapiro outlined in his book, Primetime Propaganda, the agenda is more important than ratings for a brief period of time, so don’t expect Once to be around much longer.

Below is the sneak peek from next week’s installment, which sees Kara coming to the realization that having her very own nemesis isn’t as much fun as she expected it to be…and oh yes, lesbianism.

After Livewire (guest star Brit Morgan) seemingly breaks out of prison, Supergirl (Melissa Benoist) is intent on recapturing her. After training Mon-El (Chris Wood), Supergirl takes him with her when she sees Livewire attack the NCPD but things go awry when Mon-El puts Supergirl before the citizens of National City. Meanwhile, James (Mehcad Brooks) decides to come clean with Kara and M’Gann (guest star Sharon Leal), has a psychic attack and collapses into a coma.

The Valentine’s Day episode of Supergirl will air on Feb. 13.

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  1. Bobby B says:

    I watched the first season. However, with the move to CW and the constant pushing of the main character’s sister being a lesbian I stopped watching the show. The Flash had a minor character who was mentioned to be gay in passing. No big deal. For some reason the people behind Supergirl keep pushing it in your face. Perfect example is the mid season premiere. Not five minutes into the show…

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