Deceptive debut at Disney: A rainbow-eared rat hat

Friday, May 4, 2018
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Disney's rainbow rat hatDisney has taken another step in its quest of selling the acceptance of homosexuality to young people.

The LGBT theme is now prevalent in what Disney does in its parks, TV channels, movies and other business adventures. The latest promotion: rainbow-eared Mickey Mouse hats for children and adults. "Mickey Mouse Rainbow Love" hats, according to a ChristianNews.net report, sell for about $18 and are offered exclusively at Disney World in Orlando and Disneyland in Anaheim.

Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality says Disney is just one of many businesses and groups that were once family- and kid-friendly, but have fallen for the "homosexuality is great" myth.

"But I do think Christians need to make a choice and decide how they're going to respond to this," he adds. "Treating Disney like it used to be maybe 20 years ago, 10 years ago, is foolish. They are now promoting sin in the name of fun – and that's always sad."

LaBarbera, PeterThrough its popular venues and products, he argues, Disney pushes the notion to children that homosexuality and gender confusion are normal. In fact, says LaBarbara, it's indoctrination – and it's dangerous.

"And then you have those kids for life and it's changing our country," he warns. "We really need a revival – but we need parents to step up and challenge this indoctrination, to challenge the idea that homosexuality is nothing but fun and frivolity."

LaBarbera emphasizes that God loves people but not behaviors that are sinful – and that parents need to decide now that they won't support any institution or business that's trying to sell a lie to youngsters that homosexuality and transgenderism is acceptable.

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