Theater cancels showing of Beauty and the Beast due to gay character
A theater in Alabama canceled plans to show Disney's new Beauty and the Beast remake because it has a gay character. The movie has a gay character named LeFou who flirts with Gaston. Later in the movie, the LeFou is dancing with another male character.
Last thing you want is all the boys in the theater dancing and having sword fights.
There's no reason little kids need to be exposed to homosexuality in Disney movies. Stick to making fun filled movies that entire families can enjoy.
Being gay is not normal. Kids deserve to grow up with the hopes of one day reproducing instead of everyone turning gay. That's how humans continue going - we reproduce and keep our population present. Can't do that when Adam and Steve are sword fighting in the back row of the theater watching Beauty and the Beast, right?
Now there's nothing wrong with grown men being gay and enjoying their lifestyle, but keep the gayness out of the kids movies.
Leave the kids alone. Let them figure things out when they're adults.
An Alabama theater has canceled its plan to screen Disney’s Beauty and the Beast due to the inclusion of a gay character.
The new owners of the Henagar Drive-In theater alerted its customers via Facebook that they have decided to not screen the film as previously planned after reports surfaced this week confirming the live-action remake’s version of LeFou (Josh Gad) is gay.
“When companies continually force their views on us we need to take a stand,” read the post. “If we can not take our 11-year-old granddaughter and 8-year-old grandson to see a movie we have no business watching it. If I can’t sit through a movie with God or Jesus sitting by me then we have no business showing it. I know there will be some that do not agree with this decision. That’s fine … We will continue to show family oriented films so you can feel free to come watch wholesome movies without worrying about sex, nudity, homosexuality and foul language.”
In Beauty and the Beast, LeFou is the sidekick of vain villain Gaston (Luke Evans). He flirts with Gaston in several scenes and is later shown dancing with another male character during the film’s finale.
LeFou should be renamed to LeGay.