What?!?! The leftist agenda is being pushed to children? You’re kidding me!
It’s not like they’re getting it every day in public schools.
It’s not like movies show a disproportionate number of gay, bisexual, and transgender characters.
Pixar, that gave us family-friendly movies like Toy Story, Finding Nemo, The Incredibles, and Meet the Robinsons, have recently released a short movie about a gay boy’s heart following his crush. And the left went mental.
Of course they did.
It’s not enough, though!
When the trailer for the movie Finding Dory was released, there was speculation about an image in the film of a possible lesbian couple, which star Ellen Degeneres said was all a misunderstanding.
But Pixar’s move wasn’t enough. Disney Jr. has decided that it’s important to show a lesbian couple on a very popular show for preschoolers. And they even got some big name lesbian actresses to do the voices.
Doc McStuffins is a show geared to the preschool crowd (ages 3-5) that centers around a 7-year old girl that aspires to be a doctor and ‘heals’ her toys. There are also some general health tips like remembering to wash your hands and other kid-friendly basic personal hygiene reminders. The show, in general, has some pretty good reviews on sites that parents use to determine what is appropriate or inappropriate for their children.
The show attempts to include the ‘diverse realities’ of the modern family. The main character, Dottie McStuffins, is an African American girl who wants to be a doctor like her mom. Dottie’s father is a stay-at-home dad.
The new episode pushes this ‘diversity’ farther than other shows for this age group.
A new episode of Doc McStuffins, titled ‘An Emergency Plan’, aired this weekend and featured a mixed-race lesbian couple with their own kids. Wanda Sykes and Portia de Rossi voiced the characters.
Sykes came out as a lesbian almost 10 years ago and has been a vocal LGBTQ advocate. Portia de Rossi, one of the stars of Arrested Development, is married to comedian and talk show host Ellen Degeneres.
“Children like mine deserve the chance to see their families reflected on TV, and this episode does just that in a beautiful and positive way,” said GLAAD President and CEO CEO Sarah Kate Ellis. “Shows like this reflect our real world, and today that includes the many children being raised by gay and lesbian parents who are all going to celebrate this story.”
Chris Nee, the show’s creator, adds, “I always envision Doc McStuffins as a show about what it means to accept everyone as part of our communities. As part of a two-mom family, I’m proud to have an episode that reflects my son’s world, and shows everyone that love is love in McStuffinsville.”
What do you think of this?
Is it pushing the LGBTQ agenda to children too young to understand?
Or is it just ‘reflecting diversity’?
Will you boycott Disney Jr. or applaud them for their inclusivity?
Let us know what you think in the comments.
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