IVA Wingnut says song entices girls to be lesbians

Jun 15th, 2008 | By | Category: Uncategorized

The Idaho Values Alliance is taking aim once again at its favorite target – queers. IVA fearless leader, Brian Fischer is calling on his fan club to bombard a local Boise radio station with complaints about a song that “glorifies lesbianism, and will encourage young teenage girls to experiment with same sex relationships.”

Fischer has his boxers in a bind over “I Kissed A Girl” performed by Katy Perry and being aired by KZMG-FM, Magic 93.1 in Boise. Fischer’s fixation over gay sex is insane.

Imagine that! A song can alter someone’s sexual orientation. Just listening to lyrics will entice the young and impressionable among us to suddenly want to tattoo a rainbow to their ass. Horrors!

Oh we got trouble,
Right here in Boise City!
We’ve surely got trouble!
Right here in Boise City,
Right here!
Trouble, trouble, trouble, trouble, trouble…

“I Kissed A Girl” is listed as number one on this week’s Top 10 List for pop/rock stations around the country.

Why is this man so obsessed about gays and lesbians and how they have sex? To him a song will make a girl a lesbian, and the Holocaust was the result of gay Nazis. How is it that the local media in Idaho gives this crackpot a complete pass on these rants when they interview him or offer him editorial space?

Will the breakfast cereal Fruit Loops be in Fischer’s sites next? Kids eating rainbow colors is bound to turn them gay.

To Fischer this is part of the so-called “gay agenda” that he hoists out to elicit fear, while also soliciting money for his political non-profit group. IVA boasts on its website that it is working “make Idaho the friendliest place in the world to raise a family.”

“Friendly” as long as you’re not queer.

For those of you out there who are opposed to Fischer’s call for censorship, contact KZMG-FM, Magic 93.1 and request that they play it as often as possible!

Here’s the song that has Fischer all hot and bothered . . .

“I Kissed A Girl” – Katy Perry

This was never the way I planned
Not my intention
I got so brave, drink in hand
Lost my discretion
It’s not what, I’m used to
Just wanna try you on
I’m curious for you
Caught my attention

I kissed a girl and I liked it
The taste of her cherry chapstick
I kissed a girl just to try it
I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it
It felt so wrong
It felt so right
Don’t mean I’m in love tonight
I kissed a girl and I liked it
I liked it

No, I don’t even know your name
It doesn’t matter
Your my experimental game
Just human nature
It’s not what, good girls do
Not how they should behave
My head gets so confused
Hard to obey

I kissed a girl and I liked it
The taste of her cherry chapstick
I kissed a girl just to try it
I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it
It felt so wrong
It felt so right
Don’t mean I’m in love tonight
I kissed a girl and I liked it
I liked it

Us girls we are so magical
Soft skin, red lips, so kissable
Hard to resist so touchable
Too good to deny it
Ain’t no big deal, it’s innocent

I kissed a girl and I liked it
The taste of her cherry chapstick
I kissed a girl just to try it
I hope my boyfriend don’t mind it
It felt so wrong
It felt so right
Don’t mean I’m in love tonight
I kissed a girl and I liked it
I liked it



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  1. Umm, read the lyric you posted. yes, the song clearly encourages teen girls to try lesbianism, are you fucking blind:

    I kissed a girl and I liked it
    The taste of her cherry chapstick

    Us girls we are so magical
    Soft skin, red lips, so kissable
    Hard to resist so touchable
    Too good to deny it

  2. No, I’m not “fucking blind” as you put it.

    I find it pathetic that the self-appointed morality police seem to take immediate offense about a song like “I Kissed A Girl” and rarely get off their pious asses to protest lyrics that promote violence against women, use racial epitaphs, or talk about killing cops.

    But if the lyrics of “I Kissed A Girl” ended with thoughts of suicide, drug use, and despair, the far-right crackpots would probably find that totally acceptable because it fits nicely into their own agenda.

  3. I agree with Lukas. “Dick Hurtz?” Come on! Your dick hurtz because you can’t stand that some women don’t need or want it! Is that you Bryan Fisher?

  4. I love this song and it has, in no way, “encouraged” me to engage in acts of lesbianism.

    People are so stupid.

  5. Haha I find it funny that people think that a song can pressure someone into lesbianism.
    And wether you want acknowledge it or not everyone experiments at one point or another in their life. Its simply human nature.

  6. this song is the coolest everyone likes this song! i love this song the most though!

  7. Can a lyric in itself cause someone to become lesbian, of course not. HOWEVER, the repetition of the lyrics over a period of time in a child’s head could cause a young, impressionable 8 or 9 year old to believe that BECAUSE they heard that girls kissing girlsis OK according to a song on the radio, that it MUST then be ok because that’s how young impressionable kids think. What a victory for the gay agenda. Katy Perry must be quite pleased with herself for getting back (in a big way) at her God-fearing, Christian parents. I can only pray for Katy and all those on the same path who are blind as she. And I also pray for the innocent kids caught in the crossfire of this spiritual battle.

  8. K
    that is where parents come in. so if you follow your reasoning our politics is the same thing. you tell a lie enough and people will believe it. out kids are too impressionability for politics. pick a REAL issue K.