There are several subjects that parents should actually discuss with their kids. Disney, the government, or anybody else has no business teaching anything sexually explicit to another person’s children, certainly not without a parent’s permission.
Historically, watching cartoons on TV wasn’t a problem, but these days, you literally have to pre-watch everything to make sure that they aren’t attempting to brainwash your children with liberal propaganda.
Disney has quickly emerged as the primary transgressor in this area and is aggressively working to change. I promise that one day soon Disney will only be a socialist propaganda weapon used to brainwash children.
One big problem I have still too is people who claim to hate this stuff still supporting them. I have not one, but two friends who have recently booked trips to Disney. They claim to be against their agenda, but their money says otherwise.
Recently, Disney took things a step further with a clip from one of their new shows, “Baymax!. What they did was slip in transgender ideology…into a cartoon. They did so by having a man give recommendations on what sort of tampons and pads they use. The Blaze wrote:
In the segment, Baymax, a robot that was featured in the Disney movie “Big Hero 6,” receives several recommendations about menstrual products, including from an individual who looks like a man and is wearing a shirt that resembles the colors of a transgender pride flag.
“Excuse me, which of these products would you recommend?” the robot asks a woman.
At first bewildered, the female character replies by handing the robot a box and noting that she typically uses those tampons.
“I prefer pads. They’re more comfortable for me,” someone else says.
“I always get the ones” that have “wings,” an apparently transgender character then remarks.
This is so f-ing absurd! I don’t know a better way to put it without going off the rails.
Men. Do. Not. Have. Periods.
We don’t have those parts. Why is this even a thing? Does it make these mentally ill individuals feel better about themselves by putting an annoying piece of cloth into their pants? Who would voluntarily want to do this when they don’t have to?
Like I said, Disney is trash now. I encourage you avoid anything Disney. Even the recent Buzz Lightyear movie has a lesbian kissing scene in it. If you don’t firmly believe that Disney is trying to indoctrinate your kids yet, then I can’t help you.