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Israel: ‘Ambiguous relationship’ of energy awareness puppets sparks gay representation debates

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  1. Derek Williams 13 Oct 2013, 1:38pm

    What a storm in a teacup. This ad is entertaining, and doesn’t make fun of ANYBODY. As for “plug and socket”? That sounds pretty heterosexual to me.

    If the characters ARE gay, then we should be celebrating the inclusiveness. Lighten up.

  2. Idiots who debate this nonsense have far too much time on their hands. Coincidentally, it’s usually the religious freaks who seem to have no time to contribute charitably to their communities but who always seem to find so much energy to attack others!

    They’re disgusting oxygen thieves.

  3. Plug and socket – the new metaphors for Arthur and Martha.

  4. LOL it does have a Bert and Ernie/Lenny and Karl kind of vibe

  5. no real story here, folks….move along please.

  6. Sheka (Female connector) and Teka (Male connector)… how could anything be more heterosexual?
    The only people who could find this as a subject for debate have way too much time on their hands and nothing to do with it.

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