Disney Junior Show ‘Doc McStuffins’ Features Lesbian Couple In Latest Episode

Hannah Bleau

Think Disney Junior is a safe channel for your tiny kids? Think again. It’s not just talking tools and animal families anymore. (Slightly off subject, but I grew up in the ’90s. I’m talkin’ the days of “Little Bear,” “Arthur,” the ORIGINAL “Blue’s Clues,” “Rugrats,” and “Dragon Tails.” In other words, I had it better. Sorry kids.)

In a recent episode of Disney’s “Doc McStuffins,” kids are presented with an “unconventional” family. And by that I mean, a family with two moms. It wasn’t just something they slipped into the background of the show either. At one point, a character asks a boy, “Where are your moms?”

Moms. As in, plural. As in LESBIAN MOMS. The show made sure to reinforce the fact that the child had TWO moms more than once.

The situation was introduced when a character asked the young boy: “Where are your moms?” When the two mom characters approached with a baby, Doc McStuffins announced that “it’s the doll family.”

 

The show clearly highlighted the issue again when the boy was told, “You can have a ride if it’s ok with your moms.”

Again. This is a show for tiny kids. I believe Disney Junior’s suggested age range is around 2-7.

To the surprise of no one, GLAAD (the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) praised this episode.

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It is so important for us to show Disney — and all the networks out there — that we support and admire their work to teach all kids that LGBTQ people deserve to be accepted for who we are. Add your name right now to thank Disney for elevating LGBTQ voices, and let’s make sure that the anti-LGBTQ bullies don’t win.

Speaking out against indoctrination is equivalent to bullying now? No. Unacceptable bullying would be episodes featuring straight couples screaming and throwing rocks at lesbian moms. That’s not happening. There’s absolutely NO REASON for this kind of PC garbage in a show for toddlers. Our kids are pure and precious. This corrupt, BS foolery has absolutely nothing to do with equality and everything to do with indoctrinating the most vulnerable.

Bring back the talking tools. This is ridiculous.

h/t NewsBusters

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