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Russian state TV claims Americans show gay porn to their children

Russian state TV claims Americans show gay porn to their children

Russian state owned media has aired a 90 minute ‘documentary’ in which it is claimed that it is normal in America for parents to decorate their children’s bedrooms with sexually explicit images and for young kids to be asked to choose which gender they want to be.

The episode of Special Correspondent screened on the Rossia 1 television network in November and warned of what it called ‘gender fascism’ in the West – which it claimed was seeing children taken away from parents who still had traditional values.

The program went on to show footage of children watching videos of adults kissing and anatomical drawings of sexual organs in text books, claiming that young children in Europe and America are ‘forced to learn everything there is to know about sexual intercourse and are told to pick which gender they would like to be.’

The program then showed what it said was a typical American family at home, showing a clip of a young boy being lead into his bedroom by his father to show him a surprise.

The boy runs into the room and shouts with joy. When the camera turns to show what he is excited about we see that his bedroom wall has been covered in sexually explicit drawings of naked men.

‘Is it appropriate for a child’s bedroom to look this way?’ the show’s host asked after screening the clip.

However the clip is actually a digitally manipulated video of a commercial for American sports and wall decal company Fathead.

In the original video the boy is reacting to a large decal of a monster truck that his parents had put up on his bedroom wall.

The monster truck was replaced with drawings of naked men by users of the online bulletin board 4chan in a fake viral video which the producers of Special Correspondent then used in the show.

Whether the program’s producers knew the video was a hoax and included it maliciously or simply believed it could be real is unclear.

However Fathead decals are now exploring what legal action they can take against Rossia 1.

‘We will not tolerate the reconstruction of one of our family-friendly TV spots into a hateful, bigoted, and outrageous attack on the gay community as well as children,’ the Detroit based company said in a statement to Radio Free Europe.