CBC promotes “Horny Newsletter” involving naked men for Pride month 
CBC promotes “Horny Newsletter” that features gay erotica.

Alexa Posa

June 4, 2024

CBC is promoting a “Horny Newsletter” created by Christopher Sherman who photographs naked men and “explores sexuality.”  

CBC promotes “Horny Newsletter” involving naked men for Pride month 

On Tuesday and in alignment with Pride month, CBC promoted the newsletter on their Instagram and website, including featuring half-naked pictures of men who purportedly aim to break societal barriers around sex.

“Bare bottoms, exposed crotches, and words of sexual diversity can be found in the issues of Sherman’s Horny Newsletter,” CBC’s article reads

The creator of Horny Newsletter, Sherman, stated that pornography has always been beautiful to him, and gives him a platform to eliminate shame around sex, horniness, and erotica. 

Included in the newsletter that CBC promoted are fully nude pictures of grown men and some wearing feminine costumes, with articles explaining graphic details of gay sex. 

“Horny Newsletter is celebrating sexual diversity, differing desires, relationship structures, and individual choices based on consent. Sexuality is an important part of being human. Have a horny day. XO,” says Sherman’s website

CBC’s article states that Sherman’s publication is “flattening mainstream media’s portrayal of sexuality” and is “showcasing a multidimensional view through captivating images and personal stories.” 

They added that his work emphasizes every aspect of seduction while allowing for queer and diverse representation in the mainstream media. 

“By featuring the voices and stories of these individuals, the Horny Newsletter offers a rich, intimate glimpse into North American queer culture,” CBC concluded. 

“CBC is turning into OnlyFans”

Canadians are astonished by CBC’s promotion of such a sexually graphic newsletter, even comparing the media outlet to a pornography and sex-worker site called OnlyFans. 

Others expressed disappointment that their tax dollars are supporting mainstream media outlets like CBC, noting that children can easily access their publications. 

In 2022, The Counter Signal reported that the CBC has a feature on YouTube and Snapchat that teaches viewers — most of whom are likely teens and young adults — how to date trans people and when to get sexual.

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