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SHOCK Footage From Disney Reveals Insane Transgender Claims!


Disney went too far with their woke ideology…

This time, an upcoming episode of a popular Disney children’s show features the transgender flag and an androgynous character shopping for tampons, promoting the idea that men can have periods, too.

A leaked clip from the new Disney series ‘Baymax’ has sparked a debate after it showed the adorable robot – who first appeared in the 2014 feature ‘Big Hero 6’ – asking a woman for help with feminine hygiene products at a store.

The video was obtained and shared by conservative author and filmmaker Christopher Rufo. Earlier this year, Rufo publicized video footage of an internal company call, in which Disney executives discussed the company’s “not-at-all secret gay agenda,” including a push for more LGBT cartoon characters.

Here’s what Rufo wrote in a Jun. 28 post on Twitter:

“I’ve obtained leaked video from Disney’s upcoming show ‘Baymax,’ which promotes the transgender flag and the idea that men can have periods to children as young as two years old. It’s all part of Disney’s plan to re-engineer the discourse around kids and sexuality.”

In the clip, Baymax can be seen standing in the female hygiene product aisle of a store. When he asks a woman next to him for suggestions, the woman appears to be surprised but nonetheless recommends “the tampons I usually use,” before several other customers join in to offer advice.

The clip sparked a debate around children and sexuality, with many slamming Disney for injecting period talk in a show meant for kids.

“I have 4 kids, ages 8-15, who would watch this and it would make them all uncomfortable. What is the purpose?” journalist Nicole Russell tweeted.

“I was hoping this was a joke. Kids do not want to talk about periods!! Argh!!!” one Twitter user wrote.

“Who is this for? What child would even get the humor here? The very very adult humor,” another argued

As mentioned, Rufo previously leaked a series of videos revealing a Disney executive’s “not-at-all-secret gay agenda” and plans to push different gender identities and sexual orientations in shows for children of all ages.

Here’s what executive producer LaToya Raveanu is heard saying in one clip:

“Our leadership over there has been so welcoming to like, my like, not-at-all secret gay agenda. Wherever I could, I was basically adding queerness to the show, if you see anything queer in the show, ‘The Proud Family,’ nobody would stop me and nobody was trying to stop me.”

Source: TheGatewayPundit