The Disney channel has now created a new bisexual character in a children's cartoon that as they continue to try and push their homosexual agenda on children
The creator of the animated series "The Owl House" on Disney Channel has confirmed that the show features the first bisexual lead character in Disney's history. The show follows a 14-year-old Dominican-American girl Luz Noceda who is bisexual and have showed interest in boys and girls on the show.
Dana Terrace, the show's creator who is bisexual herself, has said the character Luz Noceda is bisexual. she even said on twitter “I’m bi! I want to write a bi character, dammit! Luckily my stubbornness paid off and now I am very supported by current Disney leadership.”
This is not Disney’s first time including an openly LGBTQ character in a cast; however, up until this point, they have been represented in minor or non-recurring characters.
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According to Variety
The Disney Channel animated series “The Owl House” has made history by having Disney’s first bisexual lead character.
Luz Noceda, the show’s 14-year-old protagonist, is a normal teen who goes on a journey to another world to become a witch. Luz has shown she’s attracted to male characters in the show, and in the two most recent episodes, “Enchanting Grom Fright” and “Wing It Like Witches,” a relationship between Luz and the recurring female character Amity is explored. It is revealed that Amity had intentions to ask Luz to Grom, their world’s version of Prom, and the two share a dance together.
Series creator Dana Terrace substantiated viewers’ theories on Twitter that this was indeed a portrayal of an LGBTQ relationship — something that some Disney leaders weren’t always keen on having in the show.