One Million Moms Responds To Lesbian Couple On Disney Channel’s ‘Good Luck Charlie’

I’m scared that there are one million female extremists out there.

The Disney Channel broke new ground last week when writers for the popular family sitcom “Good Luck Charlie” made the decision to feature a lesbian couple on the program.

A Disney Channel spokesperson previously told TV Guide that the episode was “developed to be relevant to kids and families around the world and to reflect themes of diversity and inclusiveness.”

Predictably, far-right conservative group One Million Moms is outraged over the LGBT inclusion in Disney programming and has issued a formal statement in response to the lesbian couple. A portion of the statement reads,

“One Million Moms launched an email campaign in 2013 that urged Disney officials to abandon their plans to corrupt the children’s network with LGBT content. However, Disney officials have not responded to the thousands of emails protesting their plans. Disney has decided to be politically correct instead of providing family-friendly programming. Disney should stick to entertaining, not pushing an agenda.
Conservative families need to urge Disney to avoid controversial topics that children are far too young to comprehend. This is the last place a parent would expect their children to be confronted with topics that are too difficult for them to understand. Mature issues of this nature are being introduced too early and too soon, and it is extremely unnecessary.”

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4 thoughts on “One Million Moms Responds To Lesbian Couple On Disney Channel’s ‘Good Luck Charlie’”

  1. I’ve nothing against lesbians parenting but I agree with these mothers that it doesn’t belong on children’s programming. Currently it’s too divisive and complicated for a younger audience.

    That you find them to be extremists says more for your own extremism and fanaticism in pushing your agenda than anything else.

    1. If you think my views are extreme, perhaps you haven’t read anything on my blog beyond this post. If you have and still believe me to be an extremist, perhaps you and I have very different views of what defines extremism.

      1. I don’t necessarily think you’re extreme or radical in your agenda. I do, however, think your attitude in the particular post speaks to the depth – extremism – of your agenda far more than – as in a relative relationship – than the views of 1 Million Mothers.

  2. The only reason it’s ‘divisive and “complicated” is because society has seen to that is the order of the day. If there would stop being so many people that will jump up and make the huge deal about it (such as the Million Moms) well..then it will continue to be a divisive subject.

    How sad is that?

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