Hey y’all! I am continuing with what’s turned out to be a Q&A pop-culture entertainment series here on my blog. I might just elect April my request-the-entertainment-post, haha! (Hey, when you ask me to write a post about a particular topic, I try my best to cover it!❤️)
This time I was asked to talk particularly about the LGBT agenda pressed in the Disney Junior show, Doc Mcstuffins.
If you don’t know which episode I’m talking about, I’ll let you in on it.
“In a first for Disney Junior, a recent episode of the TV network’s animated children’s program “Doc McStuffins” featured lesbian moms as the heads of one household.
The episode entitled “The Emergency Plan” aired on the Disney Channel last weekend. It showed two doll moms who are a couple, played by well-known lesbian Wanda Sykes and Portia de Rossi.
The two moms are caught unprepared when a toy dragon causes an earthquake by jumping up and down. The family gets separated and Doc helps to reunite them and shows them how to make emergency kits.”
The target audience for Doc Mcstuffins is 2-5 year olds.
Preschoolers, y’all. Disney is wanting to start so young with influencing kids into embracing the pro-lgbt community. It’s all about normalizing an agenda. The sad thing is that these children don’t know any better; they’re just kids. They’ll believe anything they’re told. Disney playing off of this is doing them a disservice, not the other way around.
Also, call me crazy, but isn’t such a controversial issue up to the parents to address?
Everyone knows this is a hot topic. We have people shouting for equality, and others shouting from outrage. (I do believe we should be the minority sharing the truth in love, not anger.) Disney knows this is a super controversial argument. Yet they decide to take matters into their own hands and give their two cents.
I mean, it’s not like they’re the ones raising these kids or anything… right?
Dear Disney, you talk about tolerance. But you talk about tolerance for YOUR causes.
“Representation matters!” This is the Disney outcry. Bringing a lesbian couple on to the scene is supposed to positively affect children of same-sex couples.
Um, not exactly. If you were wanting to represent every type of household out there, you would have done so.
For one, tell me why the Christian faith is forbidden from your network, yet this is not. Representation, huh?
This is an agenda.
Disney is a liberal entertainment company. Of course they’re going to have mainstream beliefs. I wouldn’t expect otherwise!
But do they have to start pressuring people to embrace and celebrate with them? Can they not simply leave out the controversity?
Can’t a TV show geared towards pre-schoolers simply be educational and entertaining?
It really seems like they are doing exactly what they accuse Christians of doing: being intolerant.
I haven’t heard of anyone fighting for Christian families to be represented on Disney Junior. I only hear people asking for Disney to have enough courtesy and respect to leave their programs to entertaining, NOT educating on what they’re supposed to tolerate.
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