Dan Levy Slams Comedy Central India To Censoring Same-Sex Kiss

Dan Levy Slams Comedy Central India For Censoring Same-Sex Kiss

Alexis Rose could just have one response to the news:”Ew, David!”

Less than a month following Schitt’s Creek spanned the 2020 Emmys having an astonishing nine wins, both co-creator and celebrity Dan Levy reunite into an unfortunate upgrade: His cherished series is being censored in a different nation.

On Tuesday, Oct. 6, Levy chose on Twitter to express concern on the fact that Comedy Central India decided to edit a same-sex kiss that is fundamental to a narrative, merely one of many reasons why the series was championed as a accelerator of LGBTQ+ badge. 

“You revealed the kiss between two girls, you revealed the kiss involving a girl and a guy, then eliminated the kiss between two men? That is a series about the ability of inclusivity,” Levy wrote on Twitter. “The censorship of homosexual intimacy is creating a damaging statement contrary to that message. #loveislove”

Levy immediately followed to describe the problem is unique to Comedy Central India, maybe not the cable station’s American counterparts.

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Alice Jacob

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Alice is the senior writer, responsible for Hollywood movies news at thenewspocket. She is also very passionate about the stars and always looking around to use them in an innovative way in daily life.

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