Thursday, May 30, 2024

Disney Actress Declares It’s Time for Trans Prince, Princess

'Can't they let kids be kids? ... '

(Abdul–Rahman Oladimeji Bello, Headline USA) Pushing an aggressive transgender agenda targeted toward grooming children, actress-comedian Margaret Cho said in an interview with Times of India that it’s time Disney created trans-princes and princesses. 

The LGBTQ activist made the comment as she promoted her role as an LGBTQ guidance counselor in Disney+’s latest movie, Prom Pact, according to the Daily Wire. Cho described her role as “a Queer character in the film who’s somebody that the kids look up to, which I think is amazing.” She added that it’s time the network created movies with trans characters as lead roles. 

The LGBTQ activist said, “I would love to see them everywhere. I would love to see trans characters and different types of people in roles of like Disney Princess, Disney Prince and Disney everything.”

“I think this would be really important and it’s a move towards the future,” Cho added. “It’s a move towards who we are. I think it’s really admirable and really exciting.”

IMDb reported that an edited version of the TV-14 movie aired on Disney channel on March 30. However, Disney+ streamed a “slightly longer” film version with “more explicit dialogue.”

After streaming the film, many parents dropped reviews on Common Sense Media, noting that it was unsafe for children because of numerous explicit and non-age appropriate sexual references. 

One commenter noted that boys in high school were already having sexual conversations, referencing putting a ‘P in a V’ in the movie’s first few minutes.

“Lots of virtue signaling. Pushes a lot of left political views onto children in an inorganic, forceful way,” a parent’s review read. “The main character feels the need to mention sexism in almost every single line and can’t even get behind the basic principles of prom at first like dancing or dressing up.” 

“Protagonist is unlikable and is giving ‘I’m not like other girls.’ There is a mention of sex at one stage in a supposed children’s movie. Stripping away the incessant need to push a political agenda, this movie is a generic high school film with several cliches. I would not recommend,” the parent concluded. 

“Don’t Bother, Sex, political correctness, & cussing,” another parent wrote. “Thought about watching this with my 12 year old but had to turn it off within the first 10 minutes due to sexual references and political correctness. Can’t they let kids be kids? I mean this is Disney.”

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