“Controversial topics and lifestyle choices should be left up to the parents to discuss and Disney Junior should not introduce this to young children. Just because an issue may be legal or because some are choosing a lifestyle doesn’t make it morally correct.” OneMillionMoms
An August 5 episode of the Disney Junior show Doc McStuffins, which is aimed at preschoolers, featured two lesbian “moms” as the heads of a family.
The show is about an aspiring doctor who “fixes” toys with help from friends.
In the August 5 episode “The Emergency Plan,” a lesbian couple and their children (they’re a family of dolls) have to flee their house because of an “earthquake.” The purpose of the episode is apparently teaching children the importance of having an emergency plan…
During the episode, one woman and a child are separated from the other woman and child, and then reunited at the end. LifeSiteNews
Sigh The Boycott: Say NO to Disney pushing LGBT agenda to preschoolers
In “Once Upon A Time” the fairy tale characters have been transported into modern-day times.
In Sunday’s (April 17) episode, named “Ruby Slippers,” classic fairytale characters continue to push the envelope as Ruby from “Little Red Riding Hood” and Dorothy from “The Wizard of Oz” lock lips and introduce the show’s first LGBTQ couple.
In a series of flashbacks, a romance brews between the two women. A sleeping curse leads Ruby to bestow true love’s kiss on Dorothy to wake her. One kiss breaks the spell, but many follow in a brief make out session as the munchkins from Oz watch.
Andy Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis gave the following statement to the Hollywood Reporter about the episode;
“True Love’s kiss has been a staple of this show since the beginning. This past Sunday’s episode was just another example of how in a fairy tale, as in life, love is love.”
One Million Moms called the scene “completely unnecessary,” that Disney and ABC are pushing an agenda. Continue reading One Million Moms Urging Supporters To Speak Out After Disney “Once Upon A Time” Lesbian Kiss