Disney cartoon features lesbian ‘moms,’ promotes gay ‘marriage’ to preschoolers

An August 5 episode of the Disney Junior show Doc McStuffins, which is aimed at preschoolers, featured two lesbian "moms" as the heads of a family.

An August 5 episode of the Disney Junior show Doc McStuffins, which is aimed at preschoolers, featured two lesbian “moms” as the heads of a family.

The show is about an aspiring doctor who “fixes” toys with help from friends.

In the August 5 episode “The Emergency Plan,” a lesbian couple and their children (they’re a family of dolls) have to flee their house because of an “earthquake.” The purpose of the episode is apparently teaching children the importance of having an emergency plan.

“With this episode, they see a family that looks like our family,” said Wanda Sykes, a lesbian actress who plays one of the same-sex partners. “We’re two moms… it’s going to be very exciting for [my kids] to see our family represented.”

During the episode, one woman and a child are separated from the other woman and child, and then reunited at the end.

Sykes tweeted that she was pleased with the episode promoting same-sex relationships.

The LGBT advocacy group GLAAD launched a petition asking people to “thank Disney for elevating LGBTQ voices.”

The episode promotes same-sex “marriage” in a “beautiful and positive way,” wroteSarah Kate Ellis, the President and CEO of GLAAD. “Shows like this reflect our real world, and today that includes the many children being raised by gay and lesbian parents who are all going to celebrate this story.”

One of the episode’s authors, Chris Nee, is in a same-sex “marriage.”

In a 2012 interview with AfterEllen.com, Nee explained that she’s “definitely” thinking of ways to make Doc McStuffins more pro-gay.


 

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