A current movie, Beauty and the Beast subtly introduces homosexual perversion by showing two leading males kissing, which gives new meaning to the description, ‘A Fairy Tale’. Notice how subtle that kiss was presented. So subtle that movie goers, including kids thought, ‘did I just see that?’ This is a part of the gradual indoctrination of accepting sexual deviance. Most films today push immoral and social-political ideology.
This flick was produced by Disney Films that lost its original focus on wholesome family entertainment after the death of the founder, Walt Disney. Disneyland Park has since become a haven for the LGBTQ crowd who work there and who stage their own ‘Gay Days’ at the park which is packed with children.
When this columnist attended the opening day of Disneyland by special invitation, there was no clue that this fantasy land would go down into the toilet of sexual perversion. Those of us who were there would have been shocked at even the suggestion.
Remember how subtly bad language entered into motion pictures? In the famous closing line of Gone with the Wind, Clark Gable answered Vivien Leigh who was sobbing, “What’s going to happen to me?” “Frankly my dear,” he said out the side of his mouth, “I don’t give a damn!” Everyone in the audience gasped. Never had a swear word been heard in a movie. It was never expected.
Of course that term would be used again, advanced into crude then vulgar terms until today the “F” word is prominent not only in movies but on television and stage plays.
This minister-writer worked in films years ago. They were family friendly then but gradually things began to change. I once got fired from a film in New York because I would not use God’s name in vain. Even though I told the producers that I could exhibit the same emotion without cursing God, they axed me and actually brought me up on charges for refusing to say those words.
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