Better late than never, but... Similarly, any time the Disney Channel shows Remember the Titans, they cut out the kiss between Gerry and Sunshine in the locker room. They show them talking, then fighting, and they cut out Gerry explaining why he goes after Sunshine. Regarding the law about diversity- To them, I feel, diversity is having one black character set with white characters. And the day players sometimes are other ethnicities. It's not surprising to me, either, the comments presented in the article. I think the thing that is more upsetting is that with all the new shows premiered every year, things don't really change at all. It seems like they don't even make the attempt. Some days I think I have a better chance at being struck thrice by lightning than them changing their ways in my lifetime. But then I think about what was on TV when I was a kid, versus what's on TV now. In 21 years, I've seen some (albeit minor) change in programming to be more culturally sensitive and diverse to the lifestyles of many. When I was a kid, the closest thing to homosexual relationships I remember seeing was a show called "My Two Dads." Nowadays, you have "Will and Grace." So, times are changing... very slowly, but it's changing. Essentially, I take this with a grain of salt- it wasn't too long ago that no one even talked about it. And while I'm not surprised to see it's still being denied now, I'm holding out hope that one day, it'll be more accepted.