Monday, November 27, 2017

Disney Introduces It's First "Boy Princess"

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The same Disney show that previously exposed little children to same-sex kissing, is at it again.

This month the Disney XD channel has introduced the company's first "male princess."

Promotional materials say, "Marco is about to reveal his truth to the students when Ms. Heinous storms in and outs him herself, pulling down his shirt to reveal a strand of chest hair. But the other princesses stand by Marco."

Walt continues to weep.

Parents and grandparents should be informed and vigilant.


By all accounts, this is not "just business" on the part of Disney. Having been pushing the homosexual agenda for some time, they are fully aware of the strong pushback they receive from parents and those who care about the children when they continue to use their Disney brand to indoctrinate little children on matters of sexuality and gender.

They are seemingly ambivalent about the potential harm to kids or the strong opposition by parents---or simply consider their social agenda more valuable than the kids or their parents.

Earlier this year, Disney aired their first "gay kiss" on this same program.

"Just Friends," an episode of the Disney XD series, found characters Star, Marco, and Jackie attending the concert of their favorite band, "Love Sentence."

The music inspires most of the audience to kiss their significant others, which includes a few same-sex couples and the main characters of the series.

Earlier this month on an episode of "Star vs. The Forces of Evil," one of the main characters, Marco Diaz, disguised himself as Princess Turdina to help save the students at St. Olga's Reform School for Wayward Princesses from Ms. Heinous, the wicked headmistress.

Note the set up: A religious school intended to "help" confused princesses, with enforcement carried out by Ms. "Heinous" is, in a sense, an evil force in this narrative.

Marco is about to reveal "his truth"---a few drops of moral relativism helps the medicine go down---prior to the main social re-engineering event of administering a dosage of gender confusion or gender fluidity.

When mean Ms. Heinous pulls down Marco's shirt revealing a strand of hair on his chest, the other wayward princesses take Marco's side, shouting, "That doesn't prove anything. Princesses can be hairy. Why does it matter if he is a boy? Nothing he said was wrong."

Others then joined the chorus shouting, "Yeah, we believe in you Turdina"..."Turdina is a state of mind"..."He can be a princess if he wants to!"

Daron Nefcy, the executive producer and creator of the show for Disney, says, "Proud of the team for everything we do for the show."

Disney is certainly not the only entertainment company targeting kids with the far Left, LGBTQ activism agenda---but they are without doubt the most influential and probably have the greatest access to kids than any other of the entertainment companies.

American Family Association has been warning parents for some time that Disney's portrayal of gay characters can have "grave and eternal consequences."

You may recall, it was Disney who also featured a storyline in the show "Andi Mack" that had a 13-year-old character realizing that he was gay and coming out to his friends---with celebration.

That particular show is produced by Terri Minsky. The Minsky family is a significant Hollywood family. I knew the late Ted Minsky very well in past years. He would have opposed what Terri and others with Disney are doing.

I sincerely believe Walt Disney would never have supported the perversion his company and namesake is becoming synonymous with.

In fact, Terri's "Andi Mack" was banned in Kenya. The government told Disney that they are a Christian nation and that they oppose homosexuality and "any attempt to introduce gay programming," and that "homosexuality goes against the collective values of the people of Kenya."

Ed Vitagliano, the American Family Association executive vice president, says, "It's not Disney's place to assume the role of parents deciding when to confront children with alternative lifestyles. I'm not saying that it's wrong for children to know that gays and lesbians exist, only that parents should be the ones to tell them. Disney should not circumvent parents on this matter."

Franklin Graham said, "Disney used to be the brand that parents could trust. They were kind of like the 'gold seal' of family programming. But those days are long gone."

He said, "Disney is in the LGBTQ camp, and they're wanting to use so-called family-friendly programs to influence the youth of today to accept and be part of the destructive LGBT lifestyle."

He's right.

Disney is fully aware of their significant influence, and how they are using it.

Parents and grandparents must also be aware.

Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Prayerful. Be Discerning.


5 comments:

  1. Why isn't this banned by the FCC or something? Our country is lost. We need to get America back. It's lost it's mind.

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  2. Christians are the only thing standing between morality and the LGBT-etc. agenda of total lack of restraints, hence the unreasonable hatred we see against all Christians these days. It will escalate quickly now that they have captured most of the youth.

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  3. I pray that God turn the hearts of the children to the fathers and the fathers to the children, in Christ Jesus.

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  4. Vote with your wallets folks. Turn your back on perversion and it's sources.

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  5. Until there is monetary push back (NFL is an example) Disney will not stop at redefining the American family, and basic American values. Our present generation of 1-5 year olds are being allowed to be exploited by their own parents. Too many times I hear, "it's a different world now," or "what can I do, I', just one Mom, or Dad." These reactions are precisely the reason we've gone this far off the rails. Everybody caving or waiting someone else to do the work.

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