This is from Florida Family Association.
This is from an email sent to me.
We need to stop these perverts from spreading their agenda.

Leviticus 18:22

King James Version (KJV)
 22Thou shalt not lie with mankind, as with womankind: it is abomination.

Star Wars video 
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content and
censor critics.  
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in email to Bioware’s parent 
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During the development of the Star Wars the Old Republic video game LGBT (lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender) activists demanded inclusion of homosexual content. BioWare, the game developer, declined. They stated that their policy is to ensure political neutrality and equality.

This prompted a LGBT organization to contact BioWare with threats of boycotts.  BioWare backed down and issued a statement that they will include homosexual content some time in the future. 

1.7 million copies of the game have been sold.  35 members of the LGBT community have conducted the latest poll on this topic. 35 players are holding the rest of the world hostage to force this offensive content on a captured audience of hundreds of thousands of children. 

The group “Queerty: Free of an agenda.  Except a gay one. “Bioware had initially said Old Republic wouldn’t have a same-sex option, but a strong response from fans led the company to change its mind.  Because the game was so close to its 2011 holiday-season release date, gay and lesbian hookups won’t be immediately available.”  

LGBT activists anteed up the pressure on February 27, 2012 with the followingthread posts at the Star War The Old Republic web site 

It has come to my attention that the developers of this game aren’t taking our questions about same gender romances in SWTOR too seriously. We were promised post launch, and now it looks like it may never happen, because it is SO hush hush, due to the “negativity” other players bring into the conversation.

My thoughts are simple, hit the like button on this Facebook page, and lets show them how many of us DEMAND that we get some information regarding what TRULY amazing Bioware games brought us to Star Wars: The Old Republic.

As quoted by Stephenreid:

Due to the design constraints of a fully voiced MMO of this scale and size, many choices had to be made as to the launch and post-launch feature set. Same gender romances with companion characters in Star Wars: The Old Republic will be a post-launch feature. Because The Old Republic is an MMO, the game will live on through content expansions which allow us to include content and features that could not be included at launch, including the addition of more companion characters who will have additional romance options.”  

Stephen Reid is the Senior Online Community Manager at Bioware.

The pro-homosexual web site mocked Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council by stating:  “We visited Bioware’s forums, and were unable to find the ‘more than 300 pages of comments–a lot of them expressing anger that their kids will be exposed to this Star Warped way of thinking.’” In fact, the thread we located seemed to have no opposition to the introduction of same-sex relationships and LGBT characters.  Could Perkins be making up the opposition?”

The reason the opposing statements noted by Tony Perkins are are not posted on the thread is because Bioware banned them.   BioWare has taken all means of debate from the opposing side in this matter. Those who have chosen to speak out against this social engineering in a CHILDREN’s game have been banned and are no longer allowed to post on BioWare’s forums. 

The LGBT community continues their efforts harassing the game community and the developers with demands.  Here is the latest thread hashing out how they want to implement homosexual content. The second post in the thread shows the result from a poll of which the 35 participated in.

There are many pages in that thread. However, if you skip through and read the posts in yellow text, you will find that BioWare employees state that they have been censoring, deleting, and outright banning forum members for their opposing thoughts on the issue of including homosexual content in the games children play. 

America families grew up with the Star Wars film series that was family fair.  The films contained no profanity, no nudity and no sexual situations.  

It makes no sense that Bioware and Electronic Arts would shatter that family quality in Star Wars video games just to pacify 35 LGBT polling participants and appease radical homosexual extremists. 

Star Wars video games are for children.  An overwhelming percentage of the 1.7 million games sold are being used by children who do not need to be forced to see this propaganda.   

Enough is enough with LGBT activists trying to capture the minds of our children through the intense emotions children encounter when playing video games.  

Florida Family Association has prepared an email for you to send that urges officials at Bioware’s parent company Electronic Arts and Lucas Films to stop any additions of LGBT content to Star Wars video games.

To send your email, please click the following link, enter your name and email address then click the “Send Your Message” button.  Because opponents try to use our email system to send opposing messages we NO longer allow for changes in the wording of the subject line or message of the email prepared for you to send to advertisers.

Please click here to send your email that urges officials at Bioware’s parent company Electronic Arts and Lucas Films to stop any additions of LGBT content to Star Wars video games.

Please forward this email to family and friends who are concerned about media delibertately exposing children to the LGBT lifestyles.

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