Unfortunately, Disney Channel’s content is deteriorating at warp speed, getting worse almost every month.
One Million Moms warned parents about the demonic show The Owl House when it first premiered on Disney Channel in January. But the dark program has much more for conservative parents to be concerned about now that the network introduced its first bisexual character in the most recent episode of The Owl House.
The lead character, Luz Noceda – a 14-year-old girl who wants to become a witch even though she has no magical powers, has now come out as bisexual. Disney confirmed this new development.
The series’ creator, Dana Terrace, identifies as bisexual, so she wanted to write about a bisexual character. She tweeted, “At first, ‘certain Disney leadership’ was not too fond of the idea of having an LGBTQ+ character.” Terrace persuaded Disney to allow the character anyway.
“[I] was very open about my intention to put queer kids in the main cast. I’m a horrible liar so sneaking it in would’ve been hard, …” she said in her tweet. “[I] was told by certain Disney leadership that I could not represent any form of bi or gay relationship on the Channel.
“Luckily my stubbornness paid off and now I am very supported by current Disney leadership,” she said.
1MM believes it is important to warn parents that bisexuality has been introduced on the Disney Channel. Our supporters deserve the opportunity to speak out against this series.
The series is rated TV Y7 FV, which means it is recommended for ages 7 and older and contains fantasy violence. Disney Channel has already renewed the program for a second season. (Click to Source)
Please sign our petition urging Disney Channel to cancel this dangerous show, ‘The Owl House,’ immediately.
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