Even Disney Classics Are No Longer Family-Friendly

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If there was a brand that you were confident would be family-friendly, it would probably be Disney. Not everyone is a fan of their fairy tales, but at least those classic stories should be free from modern politics.

Or so you would think.

The truth is that Disney has been catering to the LGBT agenda for years. And now they’re no longer trying to hide it. Their new movie–a live-action version of Beauty & the Beast–is supposed to be a faithful recreation of their animated hit. With one exception.

There’s now a gay character in the movie. What’s more, he has what the Director  has called their, “first gay moment.”

Because what parents really want is to take their 5 to 12-year-olds to a movie, then explain the sexual tension between the villain and his sidekick.

Is this what passes for a family movie these days?

We have to take a stand and tell Hollywood that if they push their values through movies, they’re going to have to find another audience.

If we don’t act, they’ll continue to try to indoctrinate our children through their favorite stories and fairy tales. We need to make it clear that families will not stand for politicized entertainment.

Let Bob Iger, the CEO of Disney, know how you feel by writing to him at:  robert.a.iger@disney.com or

Robert Iger
Walt Disney Company
500 S BuenaVista St.
Burbank, CA 91521

And be sure to let your friends and family know what they’re in for if they go see this movie. No parent should have to follow a Disney movie with an explanation of same-sex relationships.