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Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade airs its ‘first ever’ lesbian kiss

Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade airs its ‘first ever’ lesbian kiss

Complaints have been made to NBC for airing a lesbian kiss during the Thanksgiving Day parade.

There was a kiss between two women during the Macy’s parade in New York City today (22 November)

Caitlin Kinnunen and Isabelle McCalla kissed during the performance of The Prom, a new musical on Broadway.

It tells the story of a gay girl who is banned from taking her girlfriend to the prom in small town Indiana. But when the news breaks, several queer people from around America flock to Indiana to support the girls’ cause.

It is believed to be the first ever same-sex kiss broadcast during the Thanksgiving Day parade.

Complaints about ‘first Thanksgiving Day kiss’ 

Some complained about the kiss.

‘Wow. Macy’s Day Thanksgiving Day Parade parade has totally went to the crapper with a lesbian kiss on national TV,’ one said on Twitter. Millions of children are watching two women make up on a Thanksgiving.

‘DON’T LET KIDS WATCH THIS STUFF!!!. Boycott Macy’s this was a total abomination!!!’

Another said:

‘I just now turned on The Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade out of nostalgia just in time to see two women, one dressed as a man, kiss on the lips.

A prolonged kiss. This country is in trouble people.  #LeftWingPropaganda’.

Another said: ‘To all of my Christian brothers and sisters in Christ turn off the Macy’s Homo Parade.

‘Take a stand against the gay agenda being forced down our throats. The millions of children watching especially should have never seen these gays kissing.

‘Please take a stand. Turn the channel.’

Many celebrated the kiss

However, lots of people were celebrating the kiss.

One said: ‘I just woke up and turned on the Macys Day Parade and the first thing I saw was two girls kiss. Thanksgiving is officially for the gays only!’

Another said: ‘ARE YALL WATCHING THE MACYS DAY PARADE BECAUSE TWO GIRLS JUST KISSED LIVE ON CAMERA.

‘IT’S A WIN FOR THE GAYS TODAY’.

‘Leave it to Broadway to lead the charge,’ another said.

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