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Parents Outraged Over Disney’s ‘Good Luck Charlie’ Lesbian
Disney’s “Good Luck Charlie” is going out with a bang—an explosive, controversial one.
The producers of the typically family-friendly show, which premiered in 2010, chose to feature a lesbian couple
before the hit program, currently in its last season, goes off air for good.
In a Sunday, Jan. 26, episode, parents Bob (Eric Allen Kramer) and Amy (Leigh Allyn Baker) had a minor tiff
over the name of the mom of one of their daughter’s friends who was coming over for a playdate: one thought
her name was Susan and the other thought it was Cheryl.
The big reveal shared the truth with the audience: the young visitor had “two moms,” Susan and Cheryl, a
According to Christian Post, this did not sit well at all with parents who don’t believe Disney should introduce the
topic of homosexuality to its young audience. “Some have criticized the network for the move, saying it was
inappropriate to bring such a political and divisive subject onto a children's TV program,” said writer Morgan
Conservative watchdog group One Million Moms chimed in and said in a statement, "Just because something
may be legal or because some are choosing a lifestyle doesn't make it morally correct.”
OMM continued, "Disney should stick to entertaining instead of pushing an agenda.”
Many who argue that the secular entertainment industry is bent on promoting the “gay agenda”—though gay
rights activists deny there even is one—have the impromptu mass gay-affirming display at the 56th Grammy
Awards telecast to back up their beliefs.
The show featured Queen Latifah (who will neither confirm nor deny she is gay) officiating the nuptials of 34
couples—some gay, some straight, all diverse. The song that set the tone for the controversial moment was
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ Grammy-winning, Christian slamming rap, “Same Love.”
Clearly, the issue of homosexuality permeating media is not going away.
Watch the lesbian moms scene from “Good Luck Charlie.”
JANUARY 29, 2014