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Catholic League: Mindy Project Episode Showed ‘Potentially Lethal’ Anal Sex Scene

The Catholic League is upset over the TV show ‘The Mindy Project’ because they worry the anal sex jokes featured in one of the scenes may cause someone to commit a “potentially lethal” sex act.

“Two characters are shown in an office arguing about the sexual encounter from the night before,” the organization’s statement said. “Mindy is upset with what Danny did. Danny insists it was a mistake. It is implied that Danny attempted anal sex.”

“Binge drinking, like anal sex, is potentially lethal, but Hollywood only has an interest in promoting the latter,” wrote Catholic League president Bill Donahue. “That’s because of the large number of homosexual writers who work there. Catholics would appreciate it, however, if they would keep their dark secrets in the closet, where they belong.”

And anal sex isn’t the only thing that Donahue has his knickers in a knot about. He’s also tired of Hollywood liberals making fun of Catholics but not Muslims.

Discussing a recent debate between Ben Affleck and Bill Maher in which the actor called the comedian’s take on Islam “racist”, Donahue told Newsmax TV’s Steve Malzberg that when Affleck was asked if his movie Dogma was anti-Catholic, “he said it was definitely meant to push some buttons. So we know he is not going to push the buttons of Muslims, just Catholics.”

“I think there is also a sense here, a lot of these people really don’t like America,” Donahue said. “What does Islam have in common with the left? Maybe not in terms of ideology, but in terms of animus against this country, and I think it’s palpable, and they don’t like Jews either. And I’m so fed up with these phonies – [like] Chris Hayes on MSNBC – they don’t care at all about Catholic bashing.”

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