Last Updated on June 30, 2022
A new Disney show marketed to small children promotes transgenderism, the idea that men can have periods and profiles homosexual relationships among animated, young boy characters.
The new “Baymax” children’s series was released on June 28th and is a spin-off of Disney’s “Big Hero 6,” following an inflatable “doctor-bot” named Baymax as he patrols his “San Fransokyo” neighborhood offering free healthcare and emotional support to his neighbors.
Thus far, the series consists of six, roughly nine-minute mini-episodes and is being directed to kids as young as 2-years-old while featuring several suggestive and subversive themes. In one video clip of the show making its rounds over the internet, the Baymax robot enters the tampon aisle of his local grocery store and starts asking a woman for advice on which feminine hygiene product is best.
“Excuse me, which of these products would you recommend?” Baymax asks the female customer before receiving a number of comments from other women, and even men, about the efficacy of certain tampons and pads.
In the process, a character appearing to be a teenage boy turns around, before it is realized that the “boy” is in fact a female, presenting as a male and wearing a transgender flag across her t-shirt while shopping for feminine hygiene products.
“I always get the ones with wings,” announces the trans character in a gravely masculine voice – something parents and cultural observers are blasting online as a deliberate, in-your-face attempt to confuse children, and indoctrinate them with far-left gender-bender values.
Disney's upcoming Big hero 6 spinoff series “Baymax,” discusses topics such a women’s menstrual cycle. pic.twitter.com/p9j5FAIvLl
— Joshua Jered (@Joshuajered) June 29, 2022
While the trans tampon scene has gotten the most attention online, it is far from the only chapter of Baymax that is causing concern among parents as the show is rolled out. In addition to including several scenes that could almost be described as an animated, televised version of “Social Emotional Learning,” where Baymax offers psychological assistance to his friends and neighbors, the show profiles the homosexual relationships of animated children and even describes their hormonal responses to apparent sexual tension.
In addition to the latest dust-up over “Baymax,” Disney has made headlines on a regular basis as of late for their open sexualization and indoctrination of children, which often includes the promotion of homosexuality and transgenderism.
In the new children’s film “Lightyear!,” a homosexual relationship between two female characters is a central theme of the movie and culminates in a scene where the two are shown kissing as they raise a child together. While the content originally didn’t make the cut to be included in the movie, it was added back in after Disney employees became enraged by Florida legislation protecting kids at school from sexualization.