Will YOU let your kids watch this?
Disney is the new champion of the LGBTQQIP2SAABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWZYZ agenda.
They’ve added it into shows for preschoolers and an animated short.
Added in a ‘gay angle’ in the beloved classic, Beauty & The Beast.
Now, it’s a ‘love triangle‘ with a possibly gay tween on a popular new show, Andi Mack.
Friday’s episode finds Andi awkwardly sorting out her feelings for her classmate Jonah (Asher Angel). At the same time, Cyrus, also 13, realizes that he, too, has feelings for Jonah and confides in Buffy — the scene and Buffy’s reaction are intended to serve as a positive role model for both kids and adults — even as he struggles with how to share this revelation with his new girlfriend. This kicks off his journey to self-discovery and ultimately self-acceptance as a gay individual, as seen in subsequent episodes.
“Andi Mack is a story about tweens figuring out who they are; Terri Minsky, the cast and everyone involved in the show takes great care in ensuring that it’s appropriate for all audiences and sends a powerful message about inclusion and respect for humanity,” a Disney Channel spokesperson said in a statement.
Source: The Hollywood Reporter
Like a fleet enema.
Now, before anyone gets all J’accuse! Homophobe! this is a matter of what is and isn’t appropriate for kids.
Kids, in general, are growing up faster.
Do they really need to be covering dating relationships at 12 and 13 — gay or straight?
Remember, Disney shows are often watched by kids much younger than the characters on the shows. Can they relate to characters in dating relationships before puberty?
Their target demographic may be tweens but that doesn’t necessarily mean that ‘s the actual audience.
And let’s be real for a second…
Disney doesn’t have a great record for ‘role models’.
Look at this former Disney star:
Or how about Raven Symoné?
Wading into the realm of dating is bad enough, do they have to add the LGBTQQIP2SAABCDEFGHIJKLMOPQRSTUVWZYZ agenda, too?
Does this really help kids?
Or confuse them?
Let us know what you think in the comments.
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