Good Luck Charlie (Disney Channel) – introduces first same-sex couple!

The Disney Channel made good on its promise to introduce the channel’s on Sunday night’s episode of the popular show “Good Luck Charlie”. It’s a shame, I really thought that show was funny and my 10-year-old daughter liked it! But, it’s gotta go.

 The “two mommies” dropped off their kid at the Duncans’ house for a playdate with Charlie, apparently causing Dad, played by Eric Allan Kramer, to utter, “Taylor has two mommies!”.

 Mom, played by Leigh-Allyn Baker, replies sarcastically, “Wow. Nothing gets past you, Bob.”

 The group One Million Moms is up in arms now over this pushing of the LGBT agenda on our children, and rightly so. Their urges,

 “Please send an email letter and urge Care.com to stop sponsoring the Disney Channel if it pushes the LGBT agenda on our children during the program ‘Good Luck Charlie.’”

 They continue, “If ‘Good Luck Charlie’ goes through with introducing LGBT content, then the floodgates will be opened for all programs on the Disney Channel – a trend that will be almost impossible to stop.”

 Well, they went through with it, and now the floodgates are surely open. One would hope that a channel that caters to children would be free of political agendas. That was kind of the last frontier unconquered by militant gay community, which has made a mission of forcing the other 98% of the country to not only accept, but endorse their lifestyle.

 This mission has been incredibly successful for them! They just managed to put on a at a major awards show, after all, without a barely a whisper about the few Christian stars who walked out. Seems like kind of a victory dance for the LGBT crowd to me.

 I literally had to search for some time before finding anything in the media on Natalie Grant, the Christian artist who was up for an award in the category of Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance for “Alive (Mary Magdalene),” which is a song she wrote with her husband Bernie Helms.  She was also up for an award in the  Best Christian Music Song category for the chart-topping “Hurricane.”

 She got up and of the show early as the comically “chapel”-themed stage became a mass wedding ceremony with Macklemore singing hilariously ironic lyrics like “Playing God, aw nah here we go/America the brave still fears what we don’t know/And God loves all his children, is somehow forgotten/But we paraphrase a book written 3500 years ago.”

 I’m sure Macklemore is a daily reader of his Bible, perhaps he misunderstood the clear and unmistakable stance that God takes on homosexuality?

 Natalie Grant was quite classy in her Facebook post later on where she stated, “We left the Grammy’s early. I’ve many thoughts about the show tonight, most of which are probably better left inside my head. But I’ll say this: I’ve never been more honored to sing about Jesus and for

Jesus. And I’ve never been more sure of the path I’ve chosen.”

 It’s not just about a “war on Christianity” that the media, even down to Disney, are waging in our lives. It’s about the war on the individuality that the LGBT movement claims so  adamantly to support.

 Where is the support for those individuals who happen to actually know that homosexuality is Biblically wrong, don’t care what you do in your personal life, and still like you as a person? Those that are sick of this agenda being shoved down our throats at every turn?

 They are forced to remain silent for fear of being attacked and labeled a homophobe. Forced to lose the battle.

Lacy Langley – NEWSslinger Contributor

Lacy is a conservative Christian writer who enjoys the freedom of the First Amendment, in order to make a good living, and the freedom to educate her children at home, in the greatest state of Texas, in order to make a great life. View more articles by Lacy Langley