Gili Shem Tov and Dorit Milman became the first same-sex dance partners in the show’s history; Pamela Anderson did guest star last week.
It might be the only time Pamela Anderson is ever going to be upstaged.
The flamboyant ex-Baywatch star and pinup girl is arriving in Israel this week as a guest performer on Channel 2’s Dancing With The Stars, but, on last week’s episode, all eyes were on contestants Gili Shem Tov and Dorit Milman.
They became the first same-sex dance partners in the history of the show, since the format was launched in 2004 as the British program Strictly Come Dancing.
Since then, some 30 countries have spun off their own versions of the show, including Israel in 2005. But none of the formats – from Albania to Vietnam – have ever featured same-sex partners.
Shem Tov, an openly gay TV sportscaster who has a son and lives with a female partner, and Milman, a professional dancer, performed a cha-cha dressed in matching, semi-transparent outfits with fishnet tights on the show’s premier telecast this week, as they competed against 11 other couples.
Source: Jerusalem Post.
Israel is one of the last conservative nations, that has refused to accept homosexuality as “normality”.
The truth is that homosexuality is explained in the Bible as a sin and a perversion. Children are not born with a sexual desire for the same sex. This is a cultural orientation, learned by groups of sinful men and women that force their sexual orientation on others.
People who are born again by the spirit of God will be released from this slavery of sin. If they are willing to let the spirit give them a new life.
Because of this, God gave them over to shameful lusts. Even their women exchanged natural sexual relations for unnatural ones.
In a similar way, Sodom and Gomorrah and the surrounding towns gave themselves up to sexual immorality and perversion. They serve as an example of those who suffer the punishment of eternal fire.