For months I have looked forward to seeing the new Beauty and the Beast movie with my two little sisters. I know people in their 30s who were just as excited as my little sister’s 10-year-old friends to see this long-awaited remake of the classic.


Well, leave it to Disney to ruin the excitement by adding a subtle subplot to the movie. The company made LeFou, Gaston’s servant, have a small physical attraction to Gaston. According to the director, “LeFou is somebody who on one day wants to be Gaston and on another day wants to kiss Gaston.”


You want to know what’s really behind this? It’s the secular society trying to push the homosexual lifestyle as a “natural” thing to children. Some may argue that “it will go over their heads” or that “it’s just a minuscule part of the movie, so it’s no big deal.” But that’s wrong! And that’s not the point.


It won’t stop there.

Children will see this little plot, then they’ll see more and more films where homosexuality is presented as a natural tendency. Before you know it, our children will be confused as to what is natural and what is not.


I usually stick to blatantly pro-life topics, like abortion or euthanasia, in my blogs. But homosexuality is both a life and family issue. This is something that has affected our society and especially our children. The acting upon of homosexual tendencies is an evil that goes against the natural law that God has instilled in us, for the very essence of procreation and marriage is between one man and one woman. But Disney wants to blur that clear line. It has turned a classic movie into a weird homosexual statement.


The original Beauty and the Beast film is a classic fairytale. Similarly, the loving relationship of a man and a woman to form a family is a classic and natural bond that will never go out of style. So, as much as I wanted to see this movie, I now am boycotting it out of principle and defending the essence of humanity!