Shove Something Down Someone's Throat Meaning

(idiomatic) To persistently bring ideas or material to the attention of a person.

Example: 2003, Thom S. Rainer, The Unchurched Next Door: Understanding Faith Stages as Keys to Sharing Your Faith, Zondervan (2003), ISBN 9780310315773, unnumbered page:
  â€œI knew she was a Christian, but she didn't shove her beliefs down my throat. […]
2009, Glynis McCants, Love by the Numbers: How to Find Great Love or Reignite the Love You Have Through the Power of Numerology, Sourcebooks Casablanca (2009), ISBN 9781402247576, page 211:
  When it comes to politics, I don't want them to shove their opinions down my throat.
2010, Annie Chau, I Brag, Eloquent Books (2010), ISBN 9781608608010, page 444:
  Yes, I admit that it was all my past run-ins with “crazy religious people” always trying to “save” me and shove religion down my throat that closed me off to Anthony's real sentiments.