Disney apparently didn’t learn from their most recent flop, “Lightyear,” that overtly sexualizing kids is not most families’ cup of tea, because the entertainment giant stepped up and swung again with their newest release. Disney’s newest kids show, “Baymax,” is enraging conservative viewers for its open attempt to brainwash kids into thinking a man buying himself period pads is normal. The show was released on June 29, only barely securing its rightful place as a Pride Month production.
The “Big Hero Six” spinoff features Baymax, Hiro’s white pudgy robot, helping all the characters in the city of San Fransokyo with the day-to-day hiccups in life. The series also features scenes openly promoting homosexual and transgender lifestyles.
Baymax’s only goal in life is to help people, so in episode three, when one of the characters starts her menstrual period at school, Baymax goes to the store to get her tampons. Because robots are apparently the only individuals now that don’t need menstrual products, Baymax is at a loss for what products to get until everyone in the aisle jumps to his aid, including a guy who hands him a box of pads, saying, “I always get the ones with wings.”
In episode four, Baymax watches a character named Mbita start to get butterflies for the guy he runs into at the farmers market, Yukio. Baymax nudges Mbita to get in touch with his feelings and eventually encourages Mbita to ask Yukio out on a date.
Back in March in resistance to a Florida bill designed to prevent sexual grooming of children in school, a Disney executive producer boasted of Disney’s “not-at-all-secret-gay-agenda” and another employee was caught in a video call describing a “tracker” Disney uses to ensure they’re airing enough “gender-nonconforming characters.”
President of Disney General Entertainment Karey Burke also reportedly hinted that at least 50 percent of Disney’s leads would be LGBT or racial minorities before the year ends.
Full story at The Federalist.