In April, Bill Nye The Phony Science Guy demolished what was left of his credibility with the release of an unbelievable episode of his Netflix special Bill Nye Saves The World called "Sexual Spectrum." The episode includes Crazy Ex-Girlfriend actress Rachel Bloom singing about "butt stuff," "sex stew," transgenderism, and how sexuality and gender are "on a spectrum," meaning non-binary. Nerdy Nye was awkwardly featured jamming along in full endorsement of the anti-science debauchery.

Naturally, such an episode has been granted an Emmy nomination!

"It's been a record-breaking year for television, continuing its explosive growth," said Television Academy Chairman Hayma Washington in a statement. "We are thrilled to once again honor the very best that television has to offer."

In the Emmy-nominated episode, Bloom, dressed in a tight black leotard with shoulder pads and sparkly purple lightening-like stripes, opens the song by singing about her vagina's voice. Really Emmy-worthy stuff.

"My vagina has its own voice / Not vocal cords, a metaphorical voice / Sometimes I do a voice for my vagina," she sings.

Getting more scientific, Bloom continues: "Versatile love may have some butt stuff / It's evolution, ain't nothing new / There's nothing taboo about a sex stew."

"Sexuality's a spectrum," she sings. "Everyone is on it / Even you might like it if you sit up on it / Drag queen, drag king, just do what feels right."

Over and over, Bloom reminds the audience that her "sex junk is so oh, oh, oh much more than either or, or, or."

Nye's Netflix special has been hammered by conservatives, for both its absurdity and its leftist messaging. As reported by Daily Wire's John Nolte, another episode from Nye features an ice cream cone cartoon which condemns monogamous heterosexuality as immoral and unnatural.

Nye has also dabbled in promoting eugenics, once asking on air if it's time to start "penalizing people for having extra kids."

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