Disney-Pixar to Release First Lesbian Character in Kid’s Cartoon

The term for this Homintern, a play-on-word for Comintern, the word used to describe Communists who had embedded themselves and their propaganda in America’s schools and entertainment in the 1950s. Now, Hominterns seem to rule the day, injecting children’s entertainment with endless propaganda designed to normalize and grossly unnatural and unhealthy sexual behavior.

Disney-Pixar is set to release Onward on March 6, and the animated film will feature a lesbian heroine and her girlfriend.

The character is named Officer Specter and she will be a Cyclops cop, voiced by a gay screenwriter and actress, Lena Waithe.

Laughably, the film’s producer claimed the intentional propaganda just sort of happened, saying, “It just kind of happened. The scene, when we wrote it, was kind of fitting and it opens up the world a little bit, and that’s what we wanted.”

Disney has had queer characters on their television series, but this is the first time there’s been an LGBTQ character on the big-screen designed for kids.

Facebook Comments