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19 Jul 'It's time to make history!': Nickelodeon debuts its first ever bi-racial gay couple on cartoon The Loud House. The episode - due to air Wednesday - features a bi- racial gay couple; Scene shows two dads dropping their son off at a slumber party; Clip from the episode has been leaked, met with a positive. 7 Sep 'It looks like plastic clip art!' Fans of beloved childhood cartoon The Magic School Bus tear into upcoming Netflix reboot, claiming the animation looks 'cheap' and ' unprofessional'. Netflix released the first trailer for The Magic School Bus Rides Again on Tuesday to skepticism from longtime fans of the. 17 Jul On the show, year-old Lincoln Loud tries to cope with family chaos as the only boy with ten sisters. In the July 20 episode, “Overnight Success,” his best friend, Clyde McBride, comes by for a sleepover after much pleading with parents on both sides. first married gay couple in a nickelodeon cartoon, this.

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#1 Friday, July 14, 2017 10:39:35 PM EUGENIA:
That's the thing.you don't have to label yourself or label others to have a sense of belonging.and no one can take away anything from you.its an internal revelation.we all get them at different points in our lives about different things/issues.ect. That's the whole thing about it being a personal internal revelation, its personal nothing anyone says can give or take those from another person.I don't accept that a label defines the incredible complexity that is the uniqueness of you.

#2 Thursday, July 20, 2017 1:59:13 AM COLETTE:
I didn't even notice the toilet paper :S The BTTF reference was appreciated also :P

#3 Saturday, July 22, 2017 11:55:41 AM DANA:
I can't believe its been 4 years. I feel like its only been a few months. I've been here for 4 years. It's crazy to think about where I was 4 years ago and how comfortable I thought I was about sex and my sexuality, thank you Dr Doe, thank you so very much.