It should never have been said - but I can't honestly condone either Finn or Satanna. The pain that Satanna knows as a gay young woman has driven her to hurt others and her behaviour this season has been particularly vicious. And let's be honest: McKinley High isn't a nice place to be. She just wants to get through High School and not be rejected. But, the things she said to Finn weren't things he could brush off, and he was still reeling from her treatment of Todd. Finn's been pretty insecure this season about his future - and remember, Finn really desperatly wants to leave Ohio and not end up in a dead end job like his Mom. His dreams were smashed last episode, he's not bright enough to go to college on his own, he doesn't want to his parents know and only that's left for him is NADA - and when Satanna, it was the last straw.
Things just escatled to a point which drove Finn to say what he did - and while it is terrible, I can't really condemen him. If anyone is to blame, blame society for scrutinising and marginalising gay men and women. In normal circumstances, their behaviour would be unacceptable, but it was hardly normal circumstances for either of them.
There's little doubt in my mind that the two clubs will unite in time for Nationals at the end of the season, but until then, it's going to be intresting to see how the gang deals with the fallout.