The longest running children's TV show in Iceland, "Stundin okkar" which is run on National State Television (RUV) aired a frank and open conversation about sexuality, more specificly, about the fact that some people are gay and not everyone is straight.  Gay Pop icon Paul Oscar (Páll Óskar) was invited to the show to perform and part of the show involved an open conversation between him and the host about sexuality where Paul Oscar told the host that he doesn´t get chrushes on girls and further explaining the fact that some boys like boys and some girls like girls.

Paul Oscar has never had a problem positioning himself on the front line when fighting for LGBTQI+ rights and being the role model he is, and the fact this is the National Television we´re talking about makes this show a bold statement about equality and the importance of mutual respect. Well done RUV & well done Paul Oscar.