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Former 'SNL' comic slams 'Glee' gay kiss

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Former Saturday Night Live comic Victoria Jackson has slammed the creators of Glee for airing a gay kiss and mocking the Christian religion.

Referring to the latest Glee episode 'Original Song', in which gay characters Kurt and Blaine shared their first kiss, Jackson wrote a blog post condemning the show for its message.

"Did you see Glee this week? Sickening!" Jackson writes in her column on WorldNetDaily.

She also slams the show's creators for airing a kiss between two men, before going on to question whether they also have a vendetta against Christians.

"And besides shoving the gay thing down our throats they made a mockery of Christians, again!" Jackson writes. "I wonder what their agenda is?"

She goes on to suggest that the creators of Glee advocate a policy of "one-way tolerance".

Jackson is best known for her six-year stint as a cast member of NBC's Saturday Night Live, but now works as a political commentator and has become well-known for her highly conservative views.

The Parents' Television Council recently criticised the Glee episode 'Sexy', which guest starred Gwyneth Paltrow, for its open depiction of teen sexuality, describing the episode as "pretty appalling".

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