They have gotten most people to accept homosexuality as normal; now they are trying incest:
The season opener of CBS’s Life in Pieces introduces an odd new couple to an already odd family in the episode “Annulled Roommate Pill Shower.” Season Two brings us the “Uncle-Dad” from a brother and sister relationship.
Tyler (Niall Cunningham) and Clementine (Hunter King) announced that they had eloped in the finale of last season so this season begins with Tyler’s parents demanding the marriage be annulled. Heather (Betsy Brandt) and Tim (Dan Bakkedahl) think the 18-year-old kids are too young for marriage. But Clementine’s parents, Mary-Lynn (Megan Mullally) and Spencer (Nick Offerman), think the marriage is great.
More to the point, they also think their own incestuous relationship is great. Here’s where our culture as portrayed by TV sitcoms currently stands:
Those “fill the hole” jokes sure are subtle, witty, and tasteful, aren’t they?
Within a few years, anyone who fails to embrace incest with sufficient enthusiasm will be denounced as a bigot. Soon after will come sitcoms that at first tentatively introduce and then eventually venerate “man–boy love.”
Social engineers will not let up so long as any meaningful trace of the concepts “family” and “morality” survive.
On a tip from TCS III.