The Friday premiere of talk show “Bill Nye Saves The World” sparked a massive backlash this week after the show hosted a comedian, Rachel Bloom, to dance provocatively and denounce sexual mores. The performance marked a stark career departure for host Bill Nye, who has been widely beloved as a child educator. Nye served as honorary co-chair of Saturday’s March for Science to support state subsidies for the theory man-made global warming jeopardizes civilization itself.
Statements by Bloom’s parents uncovered exclusively by GotNews may explain why the 30 year old married comedian was willing to make the controversial performance.
Bloom’s performance of the song “My Sex Junk” on an episode of the new Netflix show featured her preaching that “there’s nothing [sexually] taboo,” singing she is “down for anything,” and advising viewers that having sex “how you want, it’s your godd*mn right.” The episode, entitled “The Sexuality Spectrum,” presents prescriptive cultural critiques from fringe humanities fields as central elements of biology and medicine.
Visible ogling Bloom and backup dancers at stage right, Nye, former presenter of the taxpayer-subsidized ‘90s children’s show “Bill Nye the Science Guy,” nodded along as Bloom encouraged the audience to consider trying anal sodomy.
A video of the performance that surfaced on YouTube [NSFW] has been received extremely negatively—at the time of press having been given 24,000 unfavorable ratings. That’s a negative rating by 98 percent of those who voted.
In 1999, Bloom’s attorney father, Alan, wrote a letter to the Los Angeles Times to defend the airline industry. In the letter, Alan wrote, “I have been traveling approximately 50,000 miles a year—mostly on business—for the last 20 years,” later in the letter differentiating that business travel from that done with his wife and then 11 year old daughter. Assuming Alan kept his business travel to weekdays, in theory, his average daily airline travel would have been surpassing at least 100 miles as Rachel was approaching pubescence.
Could long personal absences by her father have inspired Bloom to jest she still doesn’t know what her father does for a living?
I'm very impressed at the amount of people who know what their dad does. I'm 27 and still don't know.
— Rachel Bloom (@Racheldoesstuff) June 22, 2014
I got caught reading a dirty book when I was 12 and I said, "Oh! I thought this was one of Dad's law books!" #CrazyExGirlfriend
— Rachel Bloom (@Racheldoesstuff) January 7, 2017
I would get pregnant right now if it meant I would give birth to a dog
— Rachel Bloom (@Racheldoesstuff) January 2, 2015
A 1997 episode of Nye’s children’s show on genetics used as an object lesson a two-headed turtle, which the show noted could only survive in captivity. Observing the difficulty its two heads presented to feeding, movement and an overall goal of passing along its genes, Nye said, “Now, the mutations that made this animal, the mutations in the genes, happen all the time in nature. Sometimes the mutations help an animal survive, and sometimes they don’t.”
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Facebook posts by Bloom’s mother, Shelli, reveal that in mid-2015, and following Bloom’s wedding, their mother-daughter relationship had turned very south. Shelli complained in March, “Rachel is sad that I did not die right after giving birth to her. That would have enabled her to live a happy, carefree life as a motherless child.”
In Sept. 2015, in the run-up to the world premier of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” Bloom’s mother lamented, “Here’s hoping that the fictional character named Rachel Blum in a new novel is more respectful than the real-life person that soon appears on the idiot box.”
Bloom’s appearance on “Bill Nye Saves the World” hardly marks the first time she has produced sexually provocative material encouraging audiences to forego traditional sexual boundaries. In 2012, Bloom released to YouTube a project labeled as a “sexy music video that takes place inside the mind of a 12 year-old boy.” In it, Bloom dances half-naked as a schoolteacher presenting herself sexually to the camera—the point of view of which is that of a preteen boy.
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