Why is Disney Promoting Homosexuality?

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Why is Disney Promoting Homosexuality?

It is less a matter of their promoting homosexuality, than their marketing themselves to homosexuals. This is a marketing decision. It either makes financial sense, or it does not. I'd be surprised, however, if a 'civilian' got fondled during a "gay day", that security would fail to take action -- same as if a woman got groped by a guy during "Mission to Mars".

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Why is Disney Promoting Homosexuality?

I found this piece to be very interesting, especially since we are talking about Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck's daddy. Tell me what you think of it all won't you.Oracle
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Disney Continues Its 'Gay' TV HabitsBy Ed Vitagliano
June 9, 2003(AgapePress) - The Walt Disney Company continues its promotion of the homosexual agenda, as its ABC network and cable television network Lifetime present new "gay"-themed programming.In April, ABC's soap opera, All My Children, aired the first lesbian kiss in daytime television history. Teen character Bianca Montgomery, who had already come out on the soap as a lesbian, kissed her friend "in a moment of truth and true love," ABC said in a statement.According to Reuters, Agnes Nixon, the creator of All My Children, defended the show's portrayal of lesbianism. "The theme of All My Children from the beginning is the belief that, as God's children, we are bound to each other by our common humanity despite our many personal differences; that it is our failure to understand and respect those differences that causes most of life's pain and suffering," she said. "The Bianca story is our latest effort to dramatize that belief."In an interview with the homosexual magazine, The Advocate, Brian Frons, president of ABC Daytime, promised that the lesbians on All My Children would go even further than a mere kiss. "They will actually have a sexual relationship," he said.Lesbianism also received a promotional push on one of Disney's cable networks, Lifetime. The made-for-cable movie, An Unexpected Love, follows a woman who abandons her husband and children and finds fulfillment as a lesbian.Writer-director Lee Rose said, "I know people, friends, who have done that."Rose is a lesbian who is no stranger to working on films that promote the homosexual lifestyle. She also directed another Lifetime lesbian flick, The Truth About Jane, about a teenager who comes out as a homosexual to her family. In A Girl Thing (Showtime), Rose showcased yet another lesbian love affair.In an interview with Lifetime, heterosexual actress Leslie Hope, who plays the main character on An Unexpected Love, said, "Wouldn't it be wonderful if this movie could wedge open the door of prejudice a tiny bit and illuminate what we all should know by now? That most of us are looking for pretty much the same thing: to love and be loved."In an interview with the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), Hope also said she hoped that, by watching An Unexpected Love, "those viewers who might be prejudiced or intolerant" might find lesbian relationships "a little less scary.""And people insist there is no homosexual agenda in Hollywood?" asks Don Wildmon, founder and chairman of the American Family Association. "A lesbian writer and director who regularly puts out films promoting lesbianism as normal and natural, and even heterosexual actresses who hope these films change people's minds about homosexuality? Sounds like an agenda to me."Wildmon notes that Lifetime has made a habit of producing homosexually-themed programming, such as Change of Heart, in which a husband announces to his wife and family after 20 years of marriage that he is "gay;" and Labor of Love, about a heterosexual woman who asks her male homosexual best friend to be the father of her child. Similarly, Lifetime has broached the subject of homosexuality in documentary fashion on its Intimate Portraits series.Disney/ABC is also set to capitalize on the Broadway success of the smash hit Hairspray, starring homosexual actor Harvey Fierstein, who plays a drag-queen mom. ABC has signed Fierstein for a new sitcom in which he will also play a woman who is a mom.The series will be handled by homosexual producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron. That duo has handled numerous projects for Disney, including the 1995 made-for-TV homosexual propaganda movie Serving in Silence: The Margarethe Cammermeyer Story, about a lesbian Army officer.The homosexual pair told The Advocate, "We've always found Disney more than willing to let us present gay stories."Zadan said that Disney was equally enthusiastic about the controversial 2001 movie What Makes a Family -- produced for Lifetime -- about a lesbian couple raising a baby. He added that, although cable has been pushing the envelope on homosexual issues for years, the networks are now becoming more "progressive," and "as usual, Disney is leading the pack."Also on tap from Disney/ABC: the network has announced that it is developing a light-hearted one-hour drama with a pair of crime-solving homosexuals – who happen to be lovers. The new series will be called Mr. and Mr. Nash, and will be similar in nature to the old popular ABC dramas Hart to Hart and Moonlighting.Ed Vitagliano is news editor for AFA Journal, a monthly publication of the American Family Association. This article appeared in the June 2003 issue.
© 2003 AgapePress all rights reserved.

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Re: Why is Disney Promoting Homosexuality?

Disney has been doing this for a long time. At their theme parks in Florida they have a "Gay Day" each year where the parks have gays attend. I remember reading in the news about it when straight people went into the parks on Gay Day not realizing it and were acosted, groped, etc. by the gays.

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Re: Why is Disney Promoting Homosexuality?

Another "mis-representation of the truth" by TonyO (I'm shocked!)"Gay Day" is not organized or supported by Disney. Participants in "Gay Day" go to the park, what is Disney 'sposed to do, turn them away?

quote:Disney does not officially endorse or sponsor Gay Day, which began eight years ago. Gays and lesbians who attend the event wear red shirts to identify themselves. Disney does not tell guests about Gay Day, but it does allow upset guests to exchange their passes for other parks. "Our concept is when you come here, you're kind of escaping the everyday realities of the world, and you're immersing yourself in a magical experience -- and we want everybody to enjoy their vacation," Disney spokesman Bill Warren said.

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