February 21, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Yesterday, I caught the new LEGO Batman movie and boy did it disappoint!
It was chock full of pro-gay propaganda. Think the sexual innuendo of the Flintstones minus the real humor. It seemed the creators were so anxious to subtly indoctrinate the little ones into the gender ideology that making it humorous came as a distant second thought.
I think Michael Hamilton over at PJ Media had it right when he summarized the movie with “orphan adoption by two dads, homoerotic attraction, and penis jokes.” He writes:
“Gender identity, gender roles, and gender neutrality are all over the story board like so many LEGOs,” he said. “These topics hide in plain sight, because they are the foundation. Few parents and fewer kids will question any of it, because there’s a way to interpret all of it as technically innocent. That’s what makes these messages subliminal (and potentially powerful). LEGO Batman makes them seem plain as vanilla and American as apple pie.”
For example, two men adopting a son together sounds like a dream come true to Richard, the orphan Bruce Wayne adopts without telling him he’s Batman. That’s why, when Richard hesitates to board a bat vehicle without Bruce-Dad’s permission, Batman tells him he and Bruce-Dad share custody of him. Richard doesn’t need Bruce-Dad’s permission; he has Bat-Dads!
This solution thrills Richard, who unblinkingly climbs aboard (and later becomes Robin). The bubbly young man is tickled as he spells it out for viewers: Yesterday, he didn’t have a dad, and now he has two dads! Viewers may laugh, because they know it’s a farce: Bruce-Dad and Bat-Dad are one. Richard doesn’t learn the truth until the end, when Bat-Dad pulls off his mask to reveal Bruce-Dad’s face and tells Richard to call him “Dads.”
The Wizard's take:
Funny? No. Real? Of course. To think that this film has any gay propaganda is plain ludicrous. The fact that Bruce has an alter-ego is straight from DC Comics. To make people think that if a child has 2 dad's, there is something immoral there. I would rather have 2 dad's as loving parents than live in a house with straight parents where there is no love. The fact that Bruce takes in Richard is a retelling of the original Batman concept. I can assure you there is no gay propaganda here. In fact, what is gay propaganda? I think you (the writer) thinks that any time same-sex anything enters the picture it's gay propaganda. Huffin puff! Pure crapaloza!
I can say pretty much that any time straight people are in a movie, adopting a child etc, then I can say, "That's heterosexual propaganda!". Ridiculous, right? Get with the new millennium! I call bullshit!