Disney’s Lightyear is a Lighthearted and Fun Family Film About Gay Sex

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Buzz Lightyear makes a triumphant return and breathes fresh air into the vacuum of bigotry.

Millennials now in their thirties have fond memories of Buzz Lightyear from the Toy Story franchise. In Disney-PIXAR’s Lightyear, Buzz isn’t a toy anymore – but he might have a few sex toys in his cargo deck. The film reimagines the beloved character as a flesh and blood homosexual child sex-educator and trans kid enthusiast who drives around in a space candy ship talking to children ages 10 and under about their sexuality and helping them explore their identities.

There’s a nostalgia trip to be had here, but more than remembering the past, the film is looking towards the future, towards a better America and a better world where gay and trans kids and live out their true selves through exploration and expression of their identities. It’s not a coincidence that the Republican voice actor Tim Allen was replaced with gay activist and Captain America star Chris Evans as the voice of Buzz Lightyear. Regarding her choice of Evans as the lead, producer Galyn Susman has said that her own family’s experience during the Holocaust gives her a unique insight into what trans kids are struggling with today, where seemingly have the country has embraced fascism. She said she was guided by the spirits of her ancestors that were gassed to death in fake shower rooms by Adolf Hitler to choose Evans for the role.


Galyn Susman says that her family being gassed to death by Hitler helps her to understand the experience of trans kids.

“My family members who died in the Holocaust whisper to me at night, and I kept hearing ‘Liz Trevens.’ One day I saw my husband’s Avengers coffee mug, and Evans’ face jumped out at me, and I realized the spirits had been saying his name all along,” Susman told Haaretz.

This is a case where a company is telling its own story through art. Disney is based in Florida, and recently went head-to-head with the state’s fascistic governor Ron Desantis who passed a law blocking homosexual educators from exploring the sexual identities of kids before the 4th grade. Disney lost the fight in, as they were unable to prevent the infamous “Don’t Say Gay” bill from being signed. It’s some small consolation that they were able to win the fight in the world of Lightyear, where Buzz freely accesses children very young children all over the galaxy.

“It’s very refreshing to work on a space movie where you don’t just explore the galaxy, but use the galaxy as a way to explore children’s gender expression,” Chris Evans said of working on the film in an interview with Gay Men’s Weekly.

Most child sex educators and trans exploration advocates find it to be a big turn-off when a boy’s age enters the double-digits. Experts say it can be very difficult to teach a child about how to explore their identity and what it means to be trans after they’ve passed a certain age.

“We have to get to them young, and really hit them hard with positivity and acceptance, really drive home the message of finding your true self, and though we failed to do that with the Don’t Say Gay bill, we hope that we’ve found some redemption in Lightyear,” Disney CEO Bob Chapek said.

Appearing at a recent campus event with Charlie Kirk, gay black conservative Rob Smith was asked about trying to educate 11-year-old boys on their sexuality: “Uh-uh, honey, you too old for me. At that point, I might as well just go and try to teach my dad to suck a pee-pee.” Then, in a moment of moving vulnerability, Rob paused for a moment, and with a single tear streaming down his face quietly sobbed, “if only I knew where he was.”


Charlie Kirk enlisted celebrated black gay conservative Rob Smith to fight a culture war against socialism

With Lightyear, Disney gets to live out their dream of a world where all children have access to homosexual and transgender learning. We’re not yet in a world where homosexual men can just drive around in candy vans and help children explore their sexuality, but Lightyear lets us know that such a world is just around the corner if we work for it.

Lightyear’s plot revolves around Buzz rescuing little boys from aliens and other space threats, as he helps them explore their sexuality while he puts together a team of “Rump Rangers” to fight the galaxy’s biggest baddies.

In the opening scene of the critically acclaimed film, Buzz rescues a 5-year-old boy named Timmy from a black hole which the boy drove his space scooter out to explore. Buzz saves him in his rocket powered candy van just before a big explosion. Buzz then cavalierly asks the boy if he wants some candy. The excited boy, who is shocked at having been rescued by the galaxy’s greatest Space Ranger, says “yeah, Buzz! I’d love some candy!”

Buzz hands him a box, but when Timmy opens it, instead of candy it’s a popular children’s gay blowjob instruction manual called “Gender Queer.”


“Gender Queer” is only available for 4th graders and up in Florida, where fascistic autocrat Ron DeSantis has banned gay child blowjob instruction manuals all the way up through the 3rd grade.

“What’s this, Buzz?” Timmy asks curiously.

“Timmy, I didn’t simply rescue you from that black hole to save your life. I rescued you because I want to help you explore your sexuality,” Buzz replies, grinning as he whips around stars in his rocket powered van.

“Sexua-whaaa? What’s that mean, Buzz?”

“Sexuality, Timmy. That’s one of the ways you express your gender identity.”

“I know my identity! I’m Timmy and I’m in first grade! When I grow up, I’m gonna join the Space Rangers to fight the Gorks!”

“Timmy, it’s more complicated than that. We need to find out who you really are. What’s really inside of you.”

“I’ve got blood inside of me! One time I scraped my knee and some came out!”

“Timmy, listen to me. Why don’t you take a look at that book, it will help you to understand what I’m trying to say to you.”

Timmy opens the book to find cartoon pictures of men doing anal sex and giving each other blowjobs. Timmy looks both shocked and confused – as well as a bit excited.


Educators say that waiting until 4th grade to teach trans education is leading to the deaths of trans people.

“Buzz, what are these boys doing?” Timmy asks, “Why are they wrestling naked? This boy is licking the other boy’s pee-pee!”

“That’s right, Timmy. It feels good to lick a pee-pee,” Buzz says, throwing Timmy a wry smile. “And it feels good to have yours licked, too. Sometimes, boys and girls like to lick each others pee-pees.” (Chris Evans’ velvety voice just melts in your ears.)

Buzz then breaches the main question the film was intended to tackle: “Timmy, do you ever wonder if you’re a girl, trapped in a boy’s body? Do you ever want to feel pretty, and dance around like a princess?”

“No, Buzz! I’m a boy! I want to be strong like my dad!”

“Timmy, you can be both. You can be a pretty little sweet cutie, who is also big and strong. If you’re pretty and strong, you’ll have more power to help me fight the Gorks,” Buzz explains. The Gorks are modeled on Russians (Ukrainians call Russians “orcs”), and follow a mutant gang leader named Maddameer Mutant who is trying to expand his crime empire at the expense of women and the LGBTQ2S+ community. Mutant is an allusion to Russian dictator Vladimir Putin.

“Will being pretty really help me fight the Gorks, Buzz?”

“It sure will, Timmy. If there’s one thing Maddameer Mutant fears, it’s a strong woman.” Buzz then clicks the “cruise control” button and sings a song about becoming trans. The song was composed by gay black rapper Lil Nas X, with Evans doing the vocals himself, and deals with the struggles of finding out you are gay and/or trans. During the song, Buzz puts Timmy in a dress and dances around with him, teaching him that girls can be strong too.

When the song ends, Buzz looks into Timmy’s blue eyes and asks the question Disney is not allowed to ask 5-year-old boys in in public schools in Florida: “So, are you ready to become a girl, Timmy, and help me stop the Gorks once and for all?”

Timmy was swayed by the song: “Well, okay. Sure! If it will help stop the Gorks, I guess being a trans kid isn’t so bad after all!”, she replies proudly. It’s a truly touching moment to see a girl first given the chance to express her true inner-self.

“Alright, that’s the spirit! Now, we just need to get you a girly name. A cute little name for a cute little girl. Timmy, Timmy – how about Tamara?”

“Okay, Buzz!” Tamara laughs, “I’m Tamara now and I’m a princess! I’m gonna fight the Gorks!” She then looks out the viewing window, and notices that Buzz has passed the last exit, saying “Hey Buzz, my dad’s house is in the beta quadrant. You passed the exit!”

“Tamara, about your dad, I have bad news. You see, your dad doesn’t love you anymore. In fact he hates you, because of who you are. You have to come live with me now at the space fortress – we’ve got a special tower just for princesses like you.”

Tamara begins to cry.

Buzz lightly consoles her, “I’m sorry that I had to be the one to tell you this, Tamara.”

“Why does my dad hate me, Buzz?”

“Because of your sexuality, Tamara. You see, you’re transgender, and your dad is a supporter of Bornald Blormpf,” Buzz explains, referencing the film’s main antagonist; an ally of Mutant and the Gorks, Blormpf, a fat orange sludge alien with tentacles and a bad hairpiece, is modeled after Donald Trump. He runs a bigoted, sexist, homophobic, anti-Semitic, and transphobic hate movement in the galaxy. His supporters wear hats that say “Make the Galaxy Great Again,” an allusion to Donald Trump’s catchphrase “Make America Great Again.”

“You know, Tamara, now that you’re a pretty little girl, you might just be ready to explore a black hole after all,” Buzz says mischievously.

“Oh, boy, Buzz!” Tamara shouts, wiping the tears from her eyes, “Let’s turn around and go back!”

“No, Tamara, I mean a different kind of black hole. And we can explore it together right here on the poop deck of my candy rocket,” Buzz says, and begins tickling Tamara as the scene fades.

That fade has proved controversial.

Disney cut multiple scenes of Buzz and the trans kids performing blowjobs and rimjobs on each other, as well as one scene of child anal fisting. Disney was criticized by gay activists for removing these scenes from the film, accused of kowtowing to the far-right and the Chinese. However, Disney claimed that screeners showed that kids who didn’t watch the sex scenes were more likely to become trans in the days after seeing the film, arguing that children who don’t see the spicier scenes have less pressure to perform, and that makes expressing their true gender identity expression more natural. Conversely, Bob Chapek cited runtime issues.


Several Disney employees rioted inside the California offices when a scene of Buzz Lightyear anally fisting a 7-year-old trans girl was cut from the final release of the film. CEO Bob Chapek apologized to the employees, telling them that the scene was “beautiful” and “deeply moving,” but broke the flow of the plot and created excess runtime.

Commenting on the decision, Rob Smith tweeted, “Uh-uh, baby – this ain’t no good. We wanna see that hot cartoon action. I wanna see my man Buzz teach these naughty little boys a lesson in love.” Smith later apologized to the fictional characters of the film for misgendering them, tweeting, “I know the difference, and I’m sorry to Tamara and the rest of the characters. They ARE women.”

Charlie Kirk quote-tweeted Smith’s apology for misgendering the characters, saying, “BOOM. Black gay conservative military vet apologizes for misgendering fictional characters. Care to comment, liberals?” Kirk also argued that Lightyear is a conservative film about self-reliance, because Buzz has to pay for gender affirmation surgery for his Rump Rangers. Disney issued a statement claiming that the subplot of Buzz needing to get the money together was intended to shed light on the economic and social injustice of a galaxy controlled by Bornald Blormpf and Maddameer Mutant, and was not an endorsement of capitalism.

Kirk tweeted: “I would have preferred if the fisting scene was left in myself, as it is up to every child to choose their own gender – not for the state to do it. Leftists can’t understand that conservatives don’t care about child anal fisting, we just don’t want to pay your student loans, and we’re tired of leftist anti-Semitism. Care to comment, liberals?”



However, far-right conservative commentator Ben Shapiro, who has often been accused of neo-Nazism, praised Disney’s decision to cut the scenes, saying that if these images of graphic gay sex had remained in the final film, he would not have taken his own kids to see it. “As it stands, this is a fun family film about a superhero astronaut who saves the galaxy with the help of some kids who happen to be trans, okay? There’s nothing wrong with being trans, there’s nothing wrong with movies featuring trans characters, okay? It’s a personal decision, the key word there being “person.” If the film would have featured actual pornography, such as rimjobs or anal fisting, I would not have taken my kids to see it. That’s it. That’s where I draw the line. That’s my personal decision and I have a right not to give Disney my money.”

ADL leader Jonathan Greenblatt shot back on Sunday morning, telling Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that he wanted to see Disney stand up for freedom of speech.

“One of the most insidious forms of censorship is self-censorship,” Greenblatt said. “Free speech is one of our nation’s founding values, and it’s in our Constitution, and we don’t want to see companies self-censoring, because they fear the far-right. The fact that Ben Shapiro, who is very far-right, is agreeing with Disney that cutting the sexually explorative scenes between Buzz and the trans kids was a good idea, I think that’s proof it was a very bad idea. I hope in the future Disney will stand up for free speech.”


Johnathan Greenblatt of the ADL believes Disney’s decision to censor anal fisting scenes in Lightyear give power to Ultra-MAGA and create a chilling effect on speech.

Todd asked Greenblatt about Shapiro’s claim that the scenes were pornographic: “Some people who are not necessarily far-right are saying that anal fisting, and some of these other scenes just didn’t really fit in the movie, so do you think Disney was justified in toning it down?”

“Absolutely not,” Greenblatt answered. “Chuck, we have to fight for free speech, we have to fight for trans rights. Trans kids have to be allowed to explore and reinforce their identities, and material that teaches them about their bodies is not pornography, it is a tool to help them learn about who they are and what their identity is so they can live out their best self.”

When asked if he thought Shapiro would be justified in refusing to pay to see the movie if it had featured graphic scenes of Buzz Lightyear fisting a small boy, Greenblatt said: “Look, Chuck, Ben, as much as anyone else, has a right to choose not to do business with Disney, but if he makes that decision based on transphobia, then that is an act of hate, and I condemn it. If you say ‘I would see this movie, but I won’t because it features a trans girl being fisted anally, then that is not free speech, that is hate speech. It’s a violation of human rights, and we can’t tolerate that in a democracy. That’s not who we are as Americans, Chuck.”

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Buzz Lightyear makes a triumphant return and breathes fresh air into the vacuum of bigotry.

Millennials now in their thirties have fond memories of Buzz Lightyear from the Toy Story franchise. In Disney-PIXAR’s Lightyear, Buzz isn’t a toy anymore – but he might have a few sex toys in his cargo deck. The film reimagines the beloved character as a flesh and blood homosexual child sex-educator and trans kid enthusiast who drives around in a space candy ship talking to children ages 10 and under about their sexuality and helping them explore their identities.

There’s a nostalgia trip to be had here, but more than remembering the past, the film is looking towards the future, towards a better America and a better world where gay and trans kids and live out their true selves through exploration and expression of their identities. It’s not a coincidence that the Republican voice actor Tim Allen was replaced with gay activist and Captain America star Chris Evans as the voice of Buzz Lightyear. Regarding her choice of Evans as the lead, producer Galyn Susman has said that her own family’s experience during the Holocaust gives her a unique insight into what trans kids are struggling with today, where seemingly have the country has embraced fascism. She said she was guided by the spirits of her ancestors that were gassed to death in fake shower rooms by Adolf Hitler to choose Evans for the role.


Galyn Susman says that her family being gassed to death by Hitler helps her to understand the experience of trans kids.

“My family members who died in the Holocaust whisper to me at night, and I kept hearing ‘Liz Trevens.’ One day I saw my husband’s Avengers coffee mug, and Evans’ face jumped out at me, and I realized the spirits had been saying his name all along,” Susman told Haaretz.

This is a case where a company is telling its own story through art. Disney is based in Florida, and recently went head-to-head with the state’s fascistic governor Ron Desantis who passed a law blocking homosexual educators from exploring the sexual identities of kids before the 4th grade. Disney lost the fight in, as they were unable to prevent the infamous “Don’t Say Gay” bill from being signed. It’s some small consolation that they were able to win the fight in the world of Lightyear, where Buzz freely accesses children very young children all over the galaxy.

“It’s very refreshing to work on a space movie where you don’t just explore the galaxy, but use the galaxy as a way to explore children’s gender expression,” Chris Evans said of working on the film in an interview with Gay Men’s Weekly.

Most child sex educators and trans exploration advocates find it to be a big turn-off when a boy’s age enters the double-digits. Experts say it can be very difficult to teach a child about how to explore their identity and what it means to be trans after they’ve passed a certain age.

“We have to get to them young, and really hit them hard with positivity and acceptance, really drive home the message of finding your true self, and though we failed to do that with the Don’t Say Gay bill, we hope that we’ve found some redemption in Lightyear,” Disney CEO Bob Chapek said.

Appearing at a recent campus event with Charlie Kirk, gay black conservative Rob Smith was asked about trying to educate 11-year-old boys on their sexuality: “Uh-uh, honey, you too old for me. At that point, I might as well just go and try to teach my dad to suck a pee-pee.” Then, in a moment of moving vulnerability, Rob paused for a moment, and with a single tear streaming down his face quietly sobbed, “if only I knew where he was.”


Charlie Kirk enlisted celebrated black gay conservative Rob Smith to fight a culture war against socialism

With Lightyear, Disney gets to live out their dream of a world where all children have access to homosexual and transgender learning. We’re not yet in a world where homosexual men can just drive around in candy vans and help children explore their sexuality, but Lightyear lets us know that such a world is just around the corner if we work for it.

Lightyear’s plot revolves around Buzz rescuing little boys from aliens and other space threats, as he helps them explore their sexuality while he puts together a team of “Rump Rangers” to fight the galaxy’s biggest baddies.

In the opening scene of the critically acclaimed film, Buzz rescues a 5-year-old boy named Timmy from a black hole which the boy drove his space scooter out to explore. Buzz saves him in his rocket powered candy van just before a big explosion. Buzz then cavalierly asks the boy if he wants some candy. The excited boy, who is shocked at having been rescued by the galaxy’s greatest Space Ranger, says “yeah, Buzz! I’d love some candy!”

Buzz hands him a box, but when Timmy opens it, instead of candy it’s a popular children’s gay blowjob instruction manual called “Gender Queer.”


“Gender Queer” is only available for 4th graders and up in Florida, where fascistic autocrat Ron DeSantis has banned gay child blowjob instruction manuals all the way up through the 3rd grade.

“What’s this, Buzz?” Timmy asks curiously.

“Timmy, I didn’t simply rescue you from that black hole to save your life. I rescued you because I want to help you explore your sexuality,” Buzz replies, grinning as he whips around stars in his rocket powered van.

“Sexua-whaaa? What’s that mean, Buzz?”

“Sexuality, Timmy. That’s one of the ways you express your gender identity.”

“I know my identity! I’m Timmy and I’m in first grade! When I grow up, I’m gonna join the Space Rangers to fight the Gorks!”

“Timmy, it’s more complicated than that. We need to find out who you really are. What’s really inside of you.”

“I’ve got blood inside of me! One time I scraped my knee and some came out!”

“Timmy, listen to me. Why don’t you take a look at that book, it will help you to understand what I’m trying to say to you.”

Timmy opens the book to find cartoon pictures of men doing anal sex and giving each other blowjobs. Timmy looks both shocked and confused – as well as a bit excited.


Educators say that waiting until 4th grade to teach trans education is leading to the deaths of trans people.

“Buzz, what are these boys doing?” Timmy asks, “Why are they wrestling naked? This boy is licking the other boy’s pee-pee!”

“That’s right, Timmy. It feels good to lick a pee-pee,” Buzz says, throwing Timmy a wry smile. “And it feels good to have yours licked, too. Sometimes, boys and girls like to lick each others pee-pees.” (Chris Evans’ velvety voice just melts in your ears.)

Buzz then breaches the main question the film was intended to tackle: “Timmy, do you ever wonder if you’re a girl, trapped in a boy’s body? Do you ever want to feel pretty, and dance around like a princess?”

“No, Buzz! I’m a boy! I want to be strong like my dad!”

“Timmy, you can be both. You can be a pretty little sweet cutie, who is also big and strong. If you’re pretty and strong, you’ll have more power to help me fight the Gorks,” Buzz explains. The Gorks are modeled on Russians (Ukrainians call Russians “orcs”), and follow a mutant gang leader named Maddameer Mutant who is trying to expand his crime empire at the expense of women and the LGBTQ2S+ community. Mutant is an allusion to Russian dictator Vladimir Putin.

“Will being pretty really help me fight the Gorks, Buzz?”

“It sure will, Timmy. If there’s one thing Maddameer Mutant fears, it’s a strong woman.” Buzz then clicks the “cruise control” button and sings a song about becoming trans. The song was composed by gay black rapper Lil Nas X, with Evans doing the vocals himself, and deals with the struggles of finding out you are gay and/or trans. During the song, Buzz puts Timmy in a dress and dances around with him, teaching him that girls can be strong too.

When the song ends, Buzz looks into Timmy’s blue eyes and asks the question Disney is not allowed to ask 5-year-old boys in in public schools in Florida: “So, are you ready to become a girl, Timmy, and help me stop the Gorks once and for all?”

Timmy was swayed by the song: “Well, okay. Sure! If it will help stop the Gorks, I guess being a trans kid isn’t so bad after all!”, she replies proudly. It’s a truly touching moment to see a girl first given the chance to express her true inner-self.

“Alright, that’s the spirit! Now, we just need to get you a girly name. A cute little name for a cute little girl. Timmy, Timmy – how about Tamara?”

“Okay, Buzz!” Tamara laughs, “I’m Tamara now and I’m a princess! I’m gonna fight the Gorks!” She then looks out the viewing window, and notices that Buzz has passed the last exit, saying “Hey Buzz, my dad’s house is in the beta quadrant. You passed the exit!”

“Tamara, about your dad, I have bad news. You see, your dad doesn’t love you anymore. In fact he hates you, because of who you are. You have to come live with me now at the space fortress – we’ve got a special tower just for princesses like you.”

Tamara begins to cry.

Buzz lightly consoles her, “I’m sorry that I had to be the one to tell you this, Tamara.”

“Why does my dad hate me, Buzz?”

“Because of your sexuality, Tamara. You see, you’re transgender, and your dad is a supporter of Bornald Blormpf,” Buzz explains, referencing the film’s main antagonist; an ally of Mutant and the Gorks, Blormpf, a fat orange sludge alien with tentacles and a bad hairpiece, is modeled after Donald Trump. He runs a bigoted, sexist, homophobic, anti-Semitic, and transphobic hate movement in the galaxy. His supporters wear hats that say “Make the Galaxy Great Again,” an allusion to Donald Trump’s catchphrase “Make America Great Again.”

“You know, Tamara, now that you’re a pretty little girl, you might just be ready to explore a black hole after all,” Buzz says mischievously.

“Oh, boy, Buzz!” Tamara shouts, wiping the tears from her eyes, “Let’s turn around and go back!”

“No, Tamara, I mean a different kind of black hole. And we can explore it together right here on the poop deck of my candy rocket,” Buzz says, and begins tickling Tamara as the scene fades.

That fade has proved controversial.

Disney cut multiple scenes of Buzz and the trans kids performing blowjobs and rimjobs on each other, as well as one scene of child anal fisting. Disney was criticized by gay activists for removing these scenes from the film, accused of kowtowing to the far-right and the Chinese. However, Disney claimed that screeners showed that kids who didn’t watch the sex scenes were more likely to become trans in the days after seeing the film, arguing that children who don’t see the spicier scenes have less pressure to perform, and that makes expressing their true gender identity expression more natural. Conversely, Bob Chapek cited runtime issues.


Several Disney employees rioted inside the California offices when a scene of Buzz Lightyear anally fisting a 7-year-old trans girl was cut from the final release of the film. CEO Bob Chapek apologized to the employees, telling them that the scene was “beautiful” and “deeply moving,” but broke the flow of the plot and created excess runtime.

Commenting on the decision, Rob Smith tweeted, “Uh-uh, baby – this ain’t no good. We wanna see that hot cartoon action. I wanna see my man Buzz teach these naughty little boys a lesson in love.” Smith later apologized to the fictional characters of the film for misgendering them, tweeting, “I know the difference, and I’m sorry to Tamara and the rest of the characters. They ARE women.”

Charlie Kirk quote-tweeted Smith’s apology for misgendering the characters, saying, “BOOM. Black gay conservative military vet apologizes for misgendering fictional characters. Care to comment, liberals?” Kirk also argued that Lightyear is a conservative film about self-reliance, because Buzz has to pay for gender affirmation surgery for his Rump Rangers. Disney issued a statement claiming that the subplot of Buzz needing to get the money together was intended to shed light on the economic and social injustice of a galaxy controlled by Bornald Blormpf and Maddameer Mutant, and was not an endorsement of capitalism.

Kirk tweeted: “I would have preferred if the fisting scene was left in myself, as it is up to every child to choose their own gender – not for the state to do it. Leftists can’t understand that conservatives don’t care about child anal fisting, we just don’t want to pay your student loans, and we’re tired of leftist anti-Semitism. Care to comment, liberals?”



However, far-right conservative commentator Ben Shapiro, who has often been accused of neo-Nazism, praised Disney’s decision to cut the scenes, saying that if these images of graphic gay sex had remained in the final film, he would not have taken his own kids to see it. “As it stands, this is a fun family film about a superhero astronaut who saves the galaxy with the help of some kids who happen to be trans, okay? There’s nothing wrong with being trans, there’s nothing wrong with movies featuring trans characters, okay? It’s a personal decision, the key word there being “person.” If the film would have featured actual pornography, such as rimjobs or anal fisting, I would not have taken my kids to see it. That’s it. That’s where I draw the line. That’s my personal decision and I have a right not to give Disney my money.”

ADL leader Jonathan Greenblatt shot back on Sunday morning, telling Meet the Press host Chuck Todd that he wanted to see Disney stand up for freedom of speech.

“One of the most insidious forms of censorship is self-censorship,” Greenblatt said. “Free speech is one of our nation’s founding values, and it’s in our Constitution, and we don’t want to see companies self-censoring, because they fear the far-right. The fact that Ben Shapiro, who is very far-right, is agreeing with Disney that cutting the sexually explorative scenes between Buzz and the trans kids was a good idea, I think that’s proof it was a very bad idea. I hope in the future Disney will stand up for free speech.”


Johnathan Greenblatt of the ADL believes Disney’s decision to censor anal fisting scenes in Lightyear give power to Ultra-MAGA and create a chilling effect on speech.

Todd asked Greenblatt about Shapiro’s claim that the scenes were pornographic: “Some people who are not necessarily far-right are saying that anal fisting, and some of these other scenes just didn’t really fit in the movie, so do you think Disney was justified in toning it down?”

“Absolutely not,” Greenblatt answered. “Chuck, we have to fight for free speech, we have to fight for trans rights. Trans kids have to be allowed to explore and reinforce their identities, and material that teaches them about their bodies is not pornography, it is a tool to help them learn about who they are and what their identity is so they can live out their best self.”

When asked if he thought Shapiro would be justified in refusing to pay to see the movie if it had featured graphic scenes of Buzz Lightyear fisting a small boy, Greenblatt said: “Look, Chuck, Ben, as much as anyone else, has a right to choose not to do business with Disney, but if he makes that decision based on transphobia, then that is an act of hate, and I condemn it. If you say ‘I would see this movie, but I won’t because it features a trans girl being fisted anally, then that is not free speech, that is hate speech. It’s a violation of human rights, and we can’t tolerate that in a democracy. That’s not who we are as Americans, Chuck.”

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This song plays a key role in the soundtrack of this year's Disney's Lightyear.


Lyrics

… One girl was called Jean Marie
Another little girl was called Felicity
Another little girl was Sally Joy
The other was me, and I'm a boy
My name is Bill, and I'm a head case
They practice making up on my face
Yeah, I feel lucky if I get trousers to wear
Spend evenings taking hairpins from my hair

… I'm a boy, I'm a boy
But my ma won't admit it
I'm a boy, I'm a boy
But if I say I am, I get it

… Put your frock on, Jean Marie
Plait your hair, Felicity
Paint your nails, little Sally Joy
Put this wig on, little boy

… I'm a boy, I'm a boy
But my ma won't admit it
I'm a boy, I'm a boy
But if I say I am, I get it

… Wanna play cricket on the green
Ride my bike across the street
Cut myself and see my blood
Wanna come home all covered in mud

… I'm a boy, I'm a boy
But my ma won't admit it
I'm a boy, I'm a boy
But if I say I am, I get it
 

Ze_Major

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Galyn Susman
Some of these names man... seriously? SUSman, Schill, Schiller, etc , some of these yids are just comical. The chutzpah they have to possess to hide in plain sight like this is just absurd. A name like Rabbi Sclomo Shekelowitz is hardly a stone's throw away from being real compared to some of these kikes
 

Mistaf

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“I know my identity! I’m Timmy and I’m in first grade!
This is especially brutal. These are the limits of what a six year old needs to understand about himself in terms of formulating grand ideas of self. And in contrast, it perfectly illustrates the insanity of gender identity or trying to relate any kind of ideas about sex to children. Masterfully done!
 

Bernamej

French Builder of Time Machine to Save Baby Hitler
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Crappy day, crappy world, crappy people, disgusting stupidity all around me, but at the end of the day, those articles light it all up with supreme lolz !
Thank you Mao Zechief ! Thank you for the millionth time.
 

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I will not take my son to see this movie. Thanks for the heads up.
 
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