New Disney Television Show With Two Homosexual Moms Causing Controversy

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If you’re wondering what’s Ground Zero in the push for same-sex marriage, look no further than Hollywood, which relentlessly advances its values through propaganda embedded in ostensibly entertaining TV shows and movies. Children are an especially good target, and Disney is taking advantage of its access to children by pushing same-sex marriage in an upcoming episode of Good Luck Charlie, a show that runs on the Disney Channel.

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The show is about a traditional nuclear family — Dad, Mom, and four kids – but in a 2014 episode, the show will introduce a character who has “two moms.” explains:

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According to TV Guide, an episode of the family show will air a plot in which one of the four children has a playdate with a kid who has “two moms.” TV Guide reports that “when the kid arrives, the Duncans learn that Charlie’s pal has two moms.” That’s not an issue, however, in the show: the gay couple is “fine,” apparently, and the real problem is that the dad is not entertaining enough for the gay couple, and so “the potential new friendship is put to the test as one mom chats with Amy and the other is stuck listening to Bob’s dull stories.”

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