Disney has become ground zero for far-left LGBTQ activism, pushing children to question their identity and sexuality and promoting ‘fairy gaymothers’ in a recent Disney+ show.
This follows the company’s decision to use its first openly lesbian character in its children-oriented movie, Onward.
And this SJW-pandering has metastasized, reaching the plot of yet another television show on Disney’s streaming service, Disney+.
A recent episode of the show Diary of a Future President featured an eighth grade boy, Bobby, having a fight with his peer, Liam. Completely normal eighth grade antics and a plot line suitable for children – except for the fact it’s caused by Bobby harboring secret romantic feelings for his 13 year old friend.
Disney has a worked another LGBTQ character into the show, Camila, who incessantly brings up her girlfriend and the hardships of coming out as lesbian.
She and her girlfriend suspect Bobby has feelings for Liam, chalking up their fight to “misdirected passion,” and capitalize on the opportunity to convince Bobby he is gay.
The two discuss:
Camila: Liam is the friend I was telling you about.
Camila: I caught them in, like, a moment in the storage room. One could call it a closet.
Danielle: Oh, wow.
Camila: Exactly. I think he might like this boy. And the fighting was just misdirected passion.
Camila: I’m sure he has so many questions about his identity and sexuality. We need to provide him with a safe space. We’ll be his fairy gaymothers.
Danielle: A safe space? Well, great. So I don’t have to keep building this second bed since we’re not gonna be lying to your parents anymore.
Camila: Oh, safe for him, not for us. My parents won’t even watch Ellen.
Not only does the show clearly promote an LGBTQ lifestyle, but the subject matter is overly adult for both the intended audience and the age the actors are portraying.
Disney’s not just attempting to normalize the far-left’s ludicrous gender fantasies; they’re actively promoting them.