Jew Run Disney Includes Lesbian Storyline In Fairy Tale Show “Once Upon A Time”
The Jewish run enterprise of Disney has included a lesbian storyline in the fairy tale show named “Once Upon a Time”.
This is great. We need more shows teaching children the virtues of lesbianism. Specifically, it is of the utmost importance that they learn how woman on woman carpet munching is a fundamental human right. There is nothing more important than this.
We must thank the Jews Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis pictured above for this wonderful contribution to our society. They are the Jews responsible for creating this outstanding television show. As you can see they look like very trustworthy and honest individuals. I cannot believe that there are “racist” hate sites that tell us not to trust Jewish people. Both Horowitz and Kitsis look like very nice folks.
Once Upon a Time finally made good on its promise to include a gay storyline in season five, and it was an unexpected choice.
Although Mulan (Jamie Chung) revealed her unrequited love for Princess Aurora (Sarah Bolger) in season three, she wasn’t the one in a new relationship in Sunday’s episode, “Ruby Slippers.” However, she did help make it happen.
“True Love’s kiss has been a staple of this show since the beginning. This past Sunday’s episode was just another example of how in a fairy tale, as in life, love is love,” co-creators Adam Horowitz and Eddy Kitsis said in a statement about the LGBT storyline.
This aligns with what the duo told The Hollywood Reporter about the gay storyline earlier this season. “We wanted to tell it no differently than we would with Robin and Regina or Snow and Charming. We just wanted to tell a love story,” Kitsis said. “For us, it’s a love story like any other and it’s something we’re excited about.”
Horowitz added that the storyline will be as “exciting, emotional and heartfelt as any other love story.”
The gay storyline comes as a bit of a surprise given the show’s use of well-known and beloved characters from the Disney vault, and follows a month that has been deadly for lesbians on the small screen as the “Bury Your Gays” trope took center stage after shows like The 100 and The Walking Dead, among others, killed off lesbian characters.