The Disney Channel is breaking “new ground” in the area of same-sex relationships.
For the series finale of its three-season-long Andi Mack, the character Cyrus Goodman drops a bomb: He confides to his classmate, TJ Kippen, that he has a crush on him. The two intertwine their fingers.
Sitting at a table by firelight, at the end of mundane conversation, TJ asks:
“Is there anything else you wanna know?”
He moves his hand toward the boy he likes.
“Is there anything else you wanna tell me?” Cyrus replies.
TJ: Yeah. Is there anything you wanna tell me?
The webisphere went wild.
these two just became disney channels first openly gay couple, this scene is going to be so important for so many kids growing up watching this right now. they’ll get to look back at this and think, this show let me know that i would be okay. #AndiMack pic.twitter.com/VNH57VmhI6
— kate (@tyrusmcu) July 27, 2019
Cyrus was already openly Rainbowed — he came out in a 2017 installment. Given that the show debuted that same year and — as perPink News — it “followed 13-year-old Andi and her two best friends Cyrus and Buffy,” I take it he was 13 at the time. He became the first Disney Channel character to utter the words, “I’m gay.”
But Cyrus and TJ have the distinction of being the Mouse’s first official gay teen couple.
And this is the state of the media today.
First, force your views on adults. Second, indoctrinate the children.
It’s simple divide and conquer techniques. It’s sickening how the government and the media seek to divide families and warp the minds of our children to meet their own agenda and secure votes.
Be careful what your children are watching and listening to.