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GAY KISS IN DISNEY CARTOON
March 5, 2017
Pro-LGBT forces continue to force their sickening diabolical
culture on our children. Your innocent kids will grow up thinking
gay relationships are not bad, even good and wholesome (it
is a Disney movie after all, right?).
Disney shows gay kiss in a children’s
cartoon for first time
March 2, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – The Walt Disney Company
pushed the LGBT envelope a little further this week by airing
its first on-screen gay kiss
on an animated children’s program. This
comes the same week that the children's entertainment giant
announced that there will be an "exclusively gay moment"
featured in the new live action version of Beauty and the
same-sex couples were shown kissing in the latest episode
of Star vs. the Forces of Evil, a cartoon geared
toward children and adolescents that airs on Disney XD, the
company’s digital cable and satellite television channel.
The scene took place at a boy band concert, where several
concertgoers, including gay and lesbian couples, kissed while
the band sings the song “Best Friends.”
Some viewers found the same-sex representations too subtle,
according to the Daily Mail, but others tweeted praise
for Disney’s first-ever gay kissing scene in the children’s
The on-screen same-sex kisses took place as news also surfaced
this week of Disney’s first officially gay movie character
set to hit screens later this month.
Disney's upcoming Beauty and the Beast remake will
have a gay storyline, the film’s director said, which
is thought to be a first for Disney.
Belle’s suitor Gaston, played in the film by actor Luke
Evans, will have a male admirer in the new portrayal of his
manservant LeFou (Josh Gad).
"LeFou is somebody who on one day wants to be Gaston
and on another day wants to kiss Gaston," director Bill
Condon described for the British gay lifestyle publication
Attitude Magazine how LeFou would shine a light on
"He's confused about what he wants,” Condon said.
"It's somebody who's just realizing that he has these
feelings. And Josh makes something really subtle and delicious
out of it.”
"And that's what has its payoff at the end, which I don't
want to give away,” he continued. “But it is a
nice, exclusively gay moment in a Disney movie."
A recently released trailer clip for Beauty and the Beast
has LeFou singing the film’s “Gaston” song
while dancing in campy fashion as he heaps extravagant praise
on Gaston, who is shown appreciating the attention.
said this version of LeFou represents a “watershed moment”
“The studio is sending out a message that this is normal
and natural,” he stated, “and this is a message
that will be heard in every country of the world, even countries
where it's still socially unacceptable or even illegal to
The Gaston-LeFou gay subplot will play out beneath the main
story centered on Belle, played by Emma Watson, and her relationship
with the Beast (Dan Stevens).
This is not the first time Disney has ventured into highlighting
LGBT characters, as its television network has been depicting
same-sex relationships for several years now.
Disney Channel’s Good Luck Charlie introduced a lesbian
couple in 2014, and last year the company revealed that two
characters from its Gravity Falls program were a gay couple.
That animated show started on the Disney Channel before moving
to Disney XD.
Disney has faced pressure from LGBT activists to feature more
openly gay relationships on its programs. Some activists inferred
that previous Disney characters were gay.
A May 2016 Cosmopolitan article endeavored to classify a dozen
Disney characters through the years as supposedly gay.
Last year, the directors of Disney’s Moana predicted
a Disney LGBT princess in the future.
“It seems like the possibilities are pretty open at
this point,” Ron Clements told Huffington Post in November
around Moana’s release.
His associate, John Musker, added, “It would be driven
by a director or a directorial team that really wanted to
Speculation over gay and transgender characters has also included
last year’s Zootopia, Finding Dory, and 2013’s
hashtag #GiveElsaAGirlfriend was trending last spring as part
of an LGBT campaign pushing Disney to make Elsa a lesbian
in the sequel planned for 2018.
is the highest grossing animated film of all time. Some of
the movie’s fans have launched a petition asking Disney
to withstand liberal pressure to turn Elsa gay.
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