The Premiere of 'Bill Nye Saves the World' Sparks Massive Backlash
The Friday premiere of talk show “Bill Nye Saves the World” sparked a massive backlash after the show hosted a comedian, Rachel Bloom, to dance provocatively and denounce sexual mores. The performance marked a stark career departure for host Bill Nye, who has been widely beloved as a child educator. Nye served as honorary co-chair of Saturday’s March for Science to support state subsidies for the theory man-made global warming jeopardizes civilization itself.
Statements by Bloom’s parents uncovered exclusively by GotNews may explain why the 30 year old married comedian was willing to make the controversial performance.
Bloom’s performance of the song “My Sex Junk” on an episode of the new Netflix show featured her preaching that “there’s nothing [sexually] taboo,” singing she is “down for anything,” and advising viewers that having sex “how you want, it’s your godd*mn right.” The episode, entitled “The Sexuality Spectrum,” presents prescriptive cultural critiques from fringe humanities fields as central elements of biology and medicine.
Visible ogling Bloom and backup dancers at stage right, Nye, former presenter of the taxpayer-subsidized ‘90s children’s show “Bill Nye the Science Guy,” nods along as Bloom encourages the audience to consider trying anal sodomy.
A video of the performance that surfaced on YouTube [NSFW] has been received extremely negatively—at the time of press having been given 24,000 unfavorable ratings. That’s a negative rating by 98 percent of those who voted.
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