Multiple nations have opted not to show Disney’s latest film, and this refusal can be entirely attributed to the woke company’s insistence upon an overt focus on sexuality, in particular LGBTQ ideology.
The newest Disney film, a Pixar production, features a same-sex relationship between key characters.
The film, “Lightyear,” violates the media content standards governing entertainment in multiple nations across Asia and the Middle East, given that homosexual activities are considered to be criminal in nature across the region.
In total, fourteen nations are set to ban Disney’s latest film, including Lebanon, Malaysia, Indonesia, Egypt, and Saudi Arabia.
“Lightyear” is related to Pixar’s wildly popular “Toy Story” franchise, in that it serves as a prequel to the franchise’s films.
One of the key stars of the film includes Buzz Lightyear, a powerful space ranger who has long served as one of the key protagonists in the storyline.
However, “Lightyear” has decided to add an additional twist, in spite of the film’s young generally young audience.
Specifically, Buzz Lightyear has a close female friend who subsequently marries another woman, prominently displaying a same-sex relationship. In addition, the two female characters also share a kiss over the course of the film, further ensuring that the movie will not be shown in multiple nations.
According to Galyn Susman, the producer of “Lightyear,” it is likely that the film will not show in China either, which is traditionally a huge source of revenue for Disney and numerous Hollywood entertainment companies.
While China has not yet officially announced a ban on the film, the nation has been known for rejecting numerous films featuring overt depictions of homosexual behavior in the past.
“We’re not going to cut out anything,” Susman said defiantly in remarks to Reuters in London, “especially something as important as the loving and inspirational relationship that shows Buzz what he’s missing by the choices that he’s making, so that’s not getting cut.”