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One Million Moms Embarrassed By “Good Luck Charlie” Lesbian Family

MIA TALERICO, BRADLEY STEVEN PERRY, BRIDGIT MENDLER, LEIGH-ALLYN BAKER, JASON DOLLEY, ERIC ALLAN KRAMER, LOGAN MOREAURed Alert! All hands to battle stations! Disney’s “Good Luck Charlie” is going to feature a family with two moms and One Million Moms has said that, despite the fact that the family won’t likely be recurring “one episode is bad enough”! GASP!

According to One Million Moms “In the storyline, parents Amy and Bob Duncan (Leigh-Allyn Baker and Eric Allan Kramer) set up a playdate for preschooler Charlie (Mia Talerico) and one of her new friends. When the child arrives, the Duncans learn that Charlie’s pal has two moms.”

Of course Disney Channel has done this deliberately. They chose to air an episode of the show that will only cause controversy for people like Bryan Fischer and his church lady brigade. Disney Channel noted that “This particular storyline was developed under the consultancy of child development experts and community advisors. Like all Disney Channel programming, it was developed to be relevant to kids and families around the world and to reflect themes of diversity and inclusiveness.”

One Million Moms goes on to gripe that “Just because something may be legal or because some are choosing a lifestyle doesn’t make it morally correct. Disney should stick to entertaining instead of pushing an agenda. Disney decided to be politically correct versus providing family-friendly programming.”

Now, correct me if I’m wrong, but doesn’t One Million Mom’s version of what is considered to be ‘family-friendly’ include scenes of unimaginable violence. After all, they probably have no problem with the guy who got impaled on a 75 foot pike; a severed head being brought out on a platter; or how about the one where the guy’s intestines squirt out. Yeah…ya’know something, I don’t think the Bible is really family-friendly when you get right down to it.

Of course, One Million Moms never bothers to worry about the sex and violence in the Bible. They just say that “Disney has a choice whether to produce a program with certain fictional characters; the storyline could be re-written or changed. Conservative families need to urge Disney to exclude confusing topics that children are far too young to comprehend.”

We’re trying to figure out why they believe that children are too young to comprehend what love is. In fact, it seems like the ones who are confused are those handful of women in One Million Moms since children seem to have no problem with the idea that same-sex couples can be lovingly married. Children are blessedly born free of prejudices like homophobia, racism, and sexism. Unfortunately, they get those instilled or sometimes beaten into them by their elders.

Miley Cyrus has praised the move to have a lesbian-headed family on the show saying “I commend Disney for making this step into the light of this generation. They control so much of what kids think!”

Sigh…but of course, One Million Moms doesn’t like this. They kvetch that “Unfortunately, children are now being exposed to same-sex marriage on a network that is designed for kids. This is the last place a parent would expect their children to be confronted with topics that are too complicated for them to understand. Issues of this nature are being introduced too early and too soon, and it is becoming extremely common and unnecessary.”

We are trying to figure out why One Million Moms thinks children can’t handle being told about same-sex couples and homosexuality at an early age unless- wait- is it because they’re uncomfortable talking about lesbians and gays that they don’t want to do this? The claim that “Families tuning in to watch a children’s network may encounter a premature discussion on sexual orientation that is completely uncalled for.”

So that’s it! It isn’t that they believe that children can’t handle this- they just claim that because they can’t handle talking about homosexuality to children because, I don’t know, maybe they feel compelled to tell these children too much like how lesbians and gay have sex or something.

So, really, they just don’t want to have to explain to children that when two people love each other very much it doesn’t matter if they are two men or two women or a man and a woman because while a child may understand that, One Million Moms is just too embarrassed by the whole idea.

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5 Responses to One Million Moms Embarrassed By “Good Luck Charlie” Lesbian Family

  1. trey

    July 6, 2013 at 1:56 am

    I just found this website by looking up the Disney channel good luck Charlie episode with two moms and clicked on the first link. I am a Christian conservative so I must be honest I was a little shocked when I seen lgr at the top. I don’t care who Is who and what they do as long as it don’t affect my environment. don’t care about race, sex , and being straight or homosexual. I love all people regardless just like the bible taught. unfortunately I feel the issue with the Disney channel good luck Charlie is not a good way to go. children shows shouldn’t be about gay or straight parents it should be about child like things. I see more homosexuals in movies and tv shows than Christians. if goodluck Charlie did a show about a Christian conservative family that said jesus Christ there would be an outrage among the media and among every nonchristian and im pretty sure some of the lgbt community as well. there would be threaten lawsuits and the show would not run. Christians who oppose the homosexual lifestyle do not want their kids to watch a childrens show with homosexual parents and lets face it theres not many children shows out there in the first place so we cant just find a new good show for our kids were tired of tbn…lol.. I think when it comes to children shows it should be simple and natural. when I say natural I mean kids come from one place a woman and a man regardless of mans precense or not children originate from male and female. otherwise would create confusion among a childs mind. yes they may be oblivious to it but if you see it over and over again anybody would ask questions. my opinion is chrisians and homosexuals should stay out of main stream children shows period. by the way still getting used to the reply stuff so thank you for patience..lol

  2. Pat Carbonell

    July 3, 2013 at 11:51 am

    While I think One Million Moms needs rectal surgery to retrieve its head, I do understand their dismay on this one count. I don’t agree with it, but I do understand it.

    The first “sex” question young children ask is usually “where do babies come from?”. The answers can range from angels to cabbage patches to my own, which was an simple explanation about pregnancy and childbirth. It took a year for my daughter to come up with the followup question, “how does the baby get in there?”. Needless to say, at six, her response to heterosexual sex was “Gross!”.

    What One Million Moms can’t wrap their head around is how to answer that second question with regards to a same-sex couple, to six year olds. I’m not sure how I’d explain it; that would depend on the child asking the question.

    Of course, if your answer about where babies come from was angels or cabbage plants, you’re golden. You don’t have to explain anything about real sex.

    What the Moms don’t seem to realize is that if they don’t make a big deal about the two-mommies family, their little kids are just going to accept it and keep going, without asking any embarrassing questions.

    If they were comfortable explaining sex to their kids, they could find a way to explain the different ways babies come into this world. Believe me, their kids aren’t going to want to know anything more detailed until they get past the “cooties” stage. Hopefully, their parents will be able to keep up.

    And if you really want to watch their heads explode, wait until they find out about the new CBS show “Under the Dome”. One of the families trapped in the show’s dome is a lesbian couple and their daughter… and the lesbian couple are an interracial couple, with a very white daughter.

  3. Azusa

    July 2, 2013 at 9:17 pm

    As a pro-gay Christian myself, I think that bringing biblical violence into this was going too far. You believe, as I do, that the lgbt lifestyle isn’t wrong, so comparing it to manslaughter is probably not the best idea.

    • Bridgette P. LaVictoire

      July 2, 2013 at 9:29 pm

      Actually, I’m pointing out the hypocrisy of claiming ‘family friendly’ when these are people who shove the Bible at kids, and the Bible is hardly child friendly unless heavily edited.

  4. Deke

    July 2, 2013 at 6:37 pm

    When I started teaching back in the 1970s, the parents / grandparents of Million Moms were stewing about whether it was morally correct for a pregnant woman could be depicted in an elementary school health book.