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Disney’s BAYMAX Series Promotes LGBT Characters and Sexual Content to Children

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Disney’s BAYMAX Series Promotes LGBT Characters and Sexual Content to Children

By Movieguide® Staff

After Disney Pixar’s latest theatrical release, LIGHTYEAR, featured an on-screen kiss between two lesbian characters, the media giant fully rounded the corner in their promotion of sex over story with a new series, BAYMAX.

The new animated series launched on Disney+ on Wednesday, June 29, and is based on the 2014 animated movie BIG HERO 6.

However, parents should use discernment and avoid BAYMAX, which does not follow the family-friendly and heartfelt story of the original movie.

Instead, Disney over-sexualizes the beloved healthcare robot. Several of the problematic scenes were posted on Twitter and quickly went viral.

One video shows Baymax shopping for feminine hygiene products. A character wearing a transgender flag shirt insinuates that males also have periods like females.

“I always get the one with the wings,” the character, with a distinctly male voice, tells Baymax while handing the robot a box of feminine hygiene products.

Another scene features Baymax encouraging a male character to ask out another male character on a date.

“Your pituitary gland is secreting hormones into your bloodstream,” Baymax tells the nervous man.

After agreeing to the date, the two men walk off together, and the episode ends with Baymax stating: “You are in good health.”

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The six-episode series also features an “All-Gender Bathroom.”

Read More: Disney’s Interest in the LGBT Agenda Will Ostracize Majority Crowd

LIGHTYEAR marked a turning point for the Walt Disney Co., whose goal has changed from presenting a heartfelt story for children to championing sexual content.

Movieguide® previously reported:

If a bland story wasn’t enough to discourage avid TOY STORY fans, the movie’s ideological and worldview issues should.

According to Movieguide®’s review, “Buzz isn’t really the hero of this story. His lesbian friend, Alisha, is the real hero. Eventually, it’s her life that inspires Buzz, her granddaughter and everyone else.”

“Thus, the whole movie becomes a validation of LGBT ideology and an attack on masculinity and the biblical view of family. LIGHTYEAR also taints the TOY STORY franchise, because it says the politically correct movie became Andy’s favorite movie.”

It is clear from early reviews that inclusivity and woke ideology are not enough to hold up a lackluster story.