SpongeBob SquarePants is the biggest controversial issue with SpongeBob, which encourages its homosexuality. This is the story behind this. SpongeBob SquarePants is unprotected, and the biggest problem is that SpongeBob is gay and “trying to make homosexuals.”
SpongeBob SquarePants was created by Stephen Hillenburg and was first shown at Nickelodeon in 1999. This made SpongeBob one of the longest-running American comics and successfully spread to other media. SpongeBob and his friends have their cartoons, films (20th SpongeBob: SpongeBob, released in 2020), video games, and more.
SpongeBob SquarePants and his good friend Patrick Star, Sandy Busey, a neighbor of Squidward Tentacles, his boss Krabs and Plankton “enemy”.
SpongeBob was involved in all kinds of adventures and difficulties, but he always won serious criticism for the victory due to his cheerful and optimistic character. The character was accused of propaganda of homosexuality, and various groups expressed discomfort and even asked Nickelodeon to stop the show.
This did not stop SpongeBob from continuing the underwater adventure, but it was unnecessary in the history of the series.
Sponge Bob Square Pants – Gay Controversy
SpongeBob is gay, he dates back to 2002 when the episode “Rock-and-by” was first shown. SpongeBob and Patrick accept the symbol of an abandoned child. Spongebob is playing mother, and Patrick is playing father. The show was accused of promoting gay marriage, but SpongeBob is the mother because sea mushrooms are not women or men. This is normal for him. Remembering that Hillenburg is a teacher of marine sciences, you can add more real numbers.
Others point to the relationship between SpongeBob and his best friend Patrick and say they are a couple to promote homosexuality again. Meanwhile, some people decided that SpongeBob was gay because of how he works. Like many other cartoons of the 90s, the character has no sexual motives. Since this is not the purpose of the show, there is no problem with the children’s show (unlike the cartoons of modern manga, such as a star against the force of evil).
If you have a shortcut for SpongeBob, leave it lush, as the creator said, because SpongeBob is just that. In the end, Nickelodeon knew what the series was, and continued to work on new episodes of SpongeBob SquarePants, despite the controversy surrounding the protagonist.