Disney embraces LGBT+ activism
Disney has become a menace to children after the production company aired their first ever same-sex kiss this week.
Published: March 2, 2017, 9:20 am
In an episode of Star vs the Forces of Evil which aired on channel Disney, a gay couple can be seen kissing for this first time in the history of the company.
In the second series of the cartoon, the protagonist Star and her friend Marco attend a concert during which they are surrounded by kissing couples, and in the crowd two men can be seen hugging and kissing and later in the episode lesbian couples can be seen kissing too.
The inappropriate scenes occur during a musical number. While the moments are fleeting gays have hailed them as highly significant in the movement towards dissolving biologically based gender distinctions in Disney films.
LGBT viewers took Twitter to applaud the same-sex kissing, hoping that it would pave the way for further “diversity” in Disney films, but most said that they were disappointed by the representation of LGBT relationships in children’s programmes. Martha Cliff, a journalist and LGBT advocate, tweeted, “We’re getting there, one kiss at a time.”
The upcoming live-action remake of Beauty and the Beast will feature Disney’s first gay character too, according to the film’s director. Bill Condon told Attitude Magazine, the character LeFou’s gradual reconciliation with his sexuality is a way of increasing LGBT visibility on screen.
“LeFou is somebody who on one day wants to be Gaston and on another day wants to kiss Gaston. He’s confused about what he wants,” director Condon explained.
“It is a nice, exclusively gay moment in a Disney movie,” Condon added.
This isn’t the first time the cable network has included LGBT characters in their shows. In 2014, Good Luck Charlie featured a lesbian couple, and in 2016, the creators of Gravity Falls confirmed that two male characters were in fact gay, and in a relationship.
In 2014, religious talk show host Kevin Swanson railed against the Disney film Frozen on Wednesday, accusing Disney of using the movie to turn children gay. Swanson told cohost Steve Vaughn that the movie was made “to indoctrinate my 5-year-old to be a lesbian”.
Disney’s pro-gay activism has lots of moms and dads wondering what is going on. As Fox news reported, many see this as most unfortunate that a society is being created “where kids can no longer be kids”.
“But these days everything is about the LGBTQIA agenda. And when it comes to the entertainment industry, nothing is sacred in its quest to indoctrinate American children. Not even Disney,” Todd Starnes noted.
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