It looks like Netflix is doing all they can to cover up a segment on the Bill Nye The Science Guy show. What segment, you might ask? One where Bill Nye explains that there are only 2 possible genders.
Bill Nye used to have segments on his show called “Consider the Following,” where Bill or one of his child co-stars would explain complicated concepts by breaking them down with more simplified illustrations. One of those segments explained XX and XY chromosomes, and how the combination of those chromosomes determined whether you were born a male or a female.
“Inside each of our cells are these things called chromosomes,” the girl says, pointing to XX (female) and XY (male) refrigerator magnets, “and they control whether we become a boy or a girl.”
She explained that what made us male or female was determined on whether or not the father contributed an X chromosome or a Y chromosome.
She then stated, “There are only two possibilities.”
Users noticed that the episode on Netflix completely cut that segment out.
There are many theories as to why they did that, but it undoubtedly has to do with a performance on a recent episode of his new show this year.
From The Blaze:
The latest in Nye’s long line of non-scientific science came during his new Netflix series, when he had a song and dance number performed by actress Rachel Bloom. The song was called “My Sex Junk,” and it featured Bloom and some backup dancers singing and dancing about how sexuality is fluid, and transgenderism is sound science.
The clip of this performance was published to YouTube on Tuesday, and since it’s hit the web the video has gone viral, and attained a level of infamy that most of today’s more famous provocateurs would call “too much.” As of this writing, the video currently has over 100,000 views, over 11,000 “thumbs down, and only 175 “thumbs up.”
Ohhhh it’s even worse now!
Over one million views, and almost eighty-nine thousand dislikes! The percentage of dislikes was 98.3%! That’s incredible!
To put that into perspective, when Rebecca Black’s Friday song hit the internet it was widely rejected, so much so that its epic failure basically became its own meme, but even that song only had 79.3% dislikes.
But what was really great about the video was the glorious comments!
supernintendo641 said: “This video turned me … God-fearing”
Philanthrophxyz1 wrote: “Bill Nye is literally leading people to Christ in the comment section. What a time to be alive ladies and gentlemen…”
Aleksandr Patriot said: “In Russia ours president Putin put sex perverts in jail”
Rene Russell observed: “Regardless of your political party, religious affiliation, or worldview, I think we can all unite in our hatred of this garbage”
Richard Smith said: “I can’t believe I’m saying this, but it was actually worse than Amy Schumer’s Netflix special.”
Daniel Visin commented: “The Bible app is free…”
Another user wrote: “Bill Nye the SJW guy.”
No Way said: “I wonder if this was how romans felt just before their empire collapsed”
But, my personal favorite was from user Brad, who wrote: “Have you ever heard the tragedy of Darth Nye the Wise? I thought not. It’s not a story The Young Turks would tell you.”
Here’s the video comparing the two older episodes:
And if you really want to watch the insanity of the newer one, go for it:
H/T: The Blaze