Pixar Employees Reveal That Disney Censors “Nearly Every Moment Of Overtly Gay Affection” In Their Movies
In a response to Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill, which restricts the discussion of LGBTQ topics in schools in the state, employees of Pixar revolted with their words and exposed their own company in a letter. You will be SHOCKED to learn that Disney censors same-sex affection from its films.
These days, when straight dudes play bi or gay, they get awards, like Rami Malek who won an Oscar for playing Freddie Mercury, and Taron Egerton who won a Golden Globe for playing Elton John. But Harry Hamlin thinks that playing a homosexual in 1982’s drama Making Love ended his career. I don’t know what he means, he was on an episode of Law & Order: SVU in 2014–that’s booked and busy!
While 29-year-old Tyler Posey‘s roguishly chameleon-like face keeps bringing “unlikely but it could totally have happened” mashup between Bruce Springsteen, Cat Stevens, and Keanu Reeves at the crusty Slurpee machine in a Newark 7-11 in early 1991, Tyler himself has been busy resurrecting his real vocation of trying to power bottom the LGBTQ+ strap-on rainbow for likes. It’s not his first gay-baiting rodeo, y’all!
In a recent interview with NME, the Teen Wolf and Now Apocalypse actor offers some clarification on his OnlyFans Q&A session from 2020 and declares that he’s now sexually fluid.
Over the weekend, 19-year-old Billie Eilish was accused of pulling a Nick Jonas by queerbaiting with her social media posts and music video for the most recent single from her new album called Lost Cause. The video has Billie chilling and vibing with her girls, and the caption of one Instagram post, which read “I love girls,” has pissed people off. Well, lesbian queerbaiting seems a lot more nuanced than gay-baiting. Where’s the Crisco oil and crop tops? The pubic hair? Christopher Meloni did it better.
Open Post: Hosted By The Teletubbies’ Pride Merch, Which Some People Think Is Their Way Of Coming Out
Like there’s really been a need for them to “come out.”
Some people (Jerry Falwell) have wondered about the sexuality of the Teletubbies, for some reason. And now, the Teletubbies have partnered with GLAAD for Pride Month and will be releasing a line of LGBTQ Pride merch, and people think this means the Teletubbies have come out!
The Bachelor has had few openly LGBTQ people involved with the series at all whatsoever. Former Bachelor, Colton Underwood, recently came out as gay and got a Netflix gig, a contestant on Bachelor In Paradise, Demi Burnett, brought her girlfriend onto the show, and former contestant, Jaimi King was the first openly bisexual person on the show when she dated Nick Viall in 2017 for the 21st season. Well the times, they are a-changing! At least in Australia. The new season of the Australian version of The Bachelorette will feature the first-ever openly bisexual lead, Brooke Blurton, who will be dating both men and women.