They had lesbians in Sailor Moon and it never bothered me as a child, well except that 4Kids was super conservative and made them call each other "cousin" but they were VERY romantic for cousins like serenading each other and giving each other roses so I though it was incest! And my mom had to research the show because she was like what the hell is my kid watching with incest? But she found out they were just regular lesbians and explained that they were not related and then I never really thought much of it. Really though in trying to cover up the fact that they were lesbians 4Kids made it look actually bad like cousins dating! webspace.webring.com/.../flowers.jpg I mean you have to keep in mind that children think about things differently and more innocently than adults do. When I was 6 and watching sailor moon I just thought "Oh, they really love each other that's sweet!" and didn't really overthink it. I think kids could handle it much better than the adults can!
No. For fucks sake. Stop making homosexuality a fucking 'trend.' It's not a trend. It's not supposed to be a niche. Anyone in the creative industry who promotes stunts this for the sake of being edgy or 'clever' are what's wrong with entertainment.
Unless a story is solely revolved around sexuality, this shouldn't be a fucking selling point. A character, if homosexual, should have it be a side-trait, not revolve the character ALL around it. It's shameful and tactless. It's asinine. This is the shit that ruined the ending of Korra. Could've been a 100% perfect series if it weren't for that forced lesbian scene.
okay, no. HELL NO. I tolerate same sex couples but honestly that would f*ck up kids brains? and they're human beings after all stop all acting like they're something special. I've had enough. We all know u support gays, who the F*ck cares they're nothing special.
Disney movies almost always have a love story in them.. and that's bad enough because they fill children's heads with an idea that is not necessarily true. The whole "fall in love, live happily aver after" thing. I 'm already against that. But to actually have a story revolving around sexuality.. that's even worse. Because 1) lots of kids who will watch this will be too young to even know what sex and sexuality is and I they don't need that kind of outside confusion. 2) homosexuality is not a "happy event", (don't get me wrong, I got nothing against gays, and if I ever have a homosexual child, I will support him/her, but this does not mean that I wish it'll happen.. The idea of the media romanticizing homosexality, and turning into a fairy tale is actually obnoxious. The ideal would be for them to start making children movies with better messages.. Being independant, self acceptance, respect of the environnement, family love, pure friendship, historical stories in a fun way.. There are so many ideas that don't envolve love stories or sexuality.. why not use them? Kids are innocent, let them stay that way!
I dont understand why anyone would put something that doesn't belong in a Disney movie. Yeah we get it, lesbians and gays are the fad now or everyone is coming out because its the "style"... or whatever it is, but LEAVE Disney our of that. It should always be girl and guy in Disney, nothing else. That ruins the image of what Disney is...
As much as I'd love to see Disney support lgbt, I don't want them make any movie for political reasons. Politically charged cartoons are what we have South Park for. Disney needs to focus on being an industry that makes good children's movies, not Imposing any set of ideals further than good triumphs over evil.
If by chance a plot requires a gay character and it works without being to obvious, then go for it. But don't go out of your way to include it Disney.
C because I watch disney movies, I'm pro-same sex, and my fandoms make gay ships anyway, so it won't matter. It'd be nice for something new (first TRUE lesbian couple) but either way I won't really care.
Sexuality is already a part of Disney. Every step of the way it's the usual heterosexual romance. I want my kids to grow up thinking that they can love who they want, not that they're stuck being the prince to a princess (or the other way around).
If Disney does that, they're going to be writing off a large segment of their potential audience for the movie. There will be lots of parents and grandparents who won't take their kids/grandkids to see it. So from a business standpoint it doesn't make sense. But Disney will probably do it anyway to earn points from the LGBTQ+ Express Train.
No and to be honest it's a stupid and ridiculous idea, I mean for cripes sake it's a children's movie they don't need to be putting that stuff in there. They need to leave group agenda's and politics and all this other stuff out of the Disney and children's movies.
Not everything in media these days has to have some kind of homosexual relationship in it I feel like people are too sensitive to admit it Im all for gay marriage but leave it our of disney If a kid is gay or curious a disney movie isn't going to push them to either side of the fence
I don't care Disney could whatever the eff they want
I feel like they're doing it for the wrong reasons. If her character was originally written to be gay, then fine. Whatever. But to just make her gay simply so Disney can say, "See, WE'RE for EQUALITY. So we're being progressive!" Then that's just political bull shit and it has nothing to do with the character development of... well, the character. Just comes off as a "We have to do this" Instead of "This is who this character is." Look at Ellie from the last of us, left behind DLC. through her backstory that was set up in the main game, Ellie turns out to be gay or at least bisexual. It was part of her from the beginning. Not something they thought they should add in just to make themselves look good.