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  1. Ken

    Oh you got to be kidding me. What century are we in again?

  2. Kelvington

    Are sure the actual title of this article isn’t… One Million MORONS Outraged? Because if you care about who somebody loves, then that’s on you, not them. (barring of course everyone is of legal age and consenting)

  3. George

    It’s funny because the group has nowhere near one million members.

  4. Andrew

    It baffles me when someone says “the gay agenda”. I have no agenda. What exactly is on the gay agenda? Turn everyone gay? I’ve never understood this. Being that there is a gay agenda then there must be a equal and opposite straight agenda. What’s on that agenda? This is all so silly. There are just as many gay men and women who want a family. And they are no different from the next family beside them. No matter what sexes makes up that family.

  5. Paul Alter

    What’s sad is politically correct IS family friendly. Homophobia is definitely NOT family friendly.

  6. Brian Harvey

    Didn’t they also say that gays getting married would ruin their marriage in some way. My husband and I were marrried at disneyworld. I didn’t see mass divorces
    1mm is a couple of trump supporters
    Right wing lunatics

  7. Really? This kind of lifestyle is not my cup of tea but I will not, can not condone grown people trying to push their values on others. What goes on behind closed doors is between God and that person. Just say you don’t believe in that choice of lifestyle and leave it at that.

  8. John

    Agreed with Katherine 100%. I have 2 opinions on this, one as an adult, and another as a parent. Two consenting adults can do whatever they want without me judging them whatsoever- but I am not OK with my kids being exposed to that at a young age, and with it being presented as “normal.” We have seen all the Marvel movies but we won’t be seeing The Eternals.

    1. Daddy Piranha

      You expect kids to see “normal” things in a series of movies where a god comes down a magic rainbow to Earth, an immortal planet impregnates a woman with a baby and cancer, and quad-city cadre of wizards reverse time to save humanity from an extra-dimensional being? Yeah, but two dudes loving each other is too fantastic to present to your children as “normal” even though it is completely “normal”. I think that says more about your parenting than it does about Marvel.

  9. Cheryl Machado

    What is the problem. No one forces anyone to go see things they don’t agree with. So stay home !!! Maybe they should be happy to have our children view the world a little more realistically while keeping the magic of movies. Love is love, and that’s a good thing.

  10. Louis

    “One Million Moms” are protesting?

    Both of them?

  11. Anonymous

    This enrages me deeply!

    In our world, the freedom of expression is a RIGHT, not a privilege. For anyone to have the audacity to call a non-hetersexuality a “lifetsyle” is the real abomination.

    No one person has the right to impose their will over another.

    Any story Marvel creates is not explicitly hinged upon one couple – no matter what their sexuality may be.

    If we are going to discuss “pushing agendas” then do these people honestly believe that the same couldn’t be said about an “agenda being pushed” in the hetero-normative sense? This baseless, disrespectful petition is pushing an agenda.

    No one EVER said these narrow-minded mothers needed to go see a movie. It’s their right not to watch it, but the right of others to see themselves represented up on the screen.

    Seeing a gay character on screen does not make a person gay. If that were true, there would only be straight people for the majority of hetero relationships portrayed on screen.

    A petition ought to be made to shut One Million Mothers down.

    Utterly disgusting!

    1. Zac

      Don’t forget that these mothers also have a right to freedom of expression. If they want to boycott this movie, that is their right. Let people express whatever they want to express. For the 4% of the world that is LGBT, let them do their thing. For the 96% of others, let them do their thing. We are all free to have our own opinions. We are all free to voice our opinions. This is the United States of America.

  12. Lee Bryant

    Moms need to get a clue on life. This is the new normal. Good , bad , indifferent last i new we all still lived in a free country. Teach and raise children your children right so they can make their own decisions on the matter.

  13. Movie Man

    I absolutely won’t be taking my child to see it and I’m positive that if many parents know there is a gay couple kissing in it, they won’t take their child to see it.

    The problem is that, no, there is no turning anyone gay but there is influence and most parents rather not expose their kids to that influence as a normal thing.

    Some people are under the impression that homosexuality is just the flip of heterosexuality. The thing is, we humans do various things outside of what is natural and as long as it’s not physically harming others, that’s largely their right. However, homosexuality is not the natural order of relationships. It can never result in the furthering of human life, for instance,

    This is pushing an agenda. That agenda is to make homosexuality more amenable to children thus INFLUENCING more children to be homosexual (that WILL be an unfortunate result).

    I will be simply putting the word out, among others, that this is in the movie. Parents will then make their decision accordingly. I am also canceling my Disney+ membership.

    The LGBT community can live their lives without their lives and behavior being featured in my kids movies and TV shows. For R-rated entertainment? I have no issue. Keep treading down this road though and maybe folks will organize to hit the pockets of these companies on the R-rated side as well much like GLAAD rates film on how much LGBT they include.

    Money talks and it’s fine time for Disney to take multiple hits to their money.

  14. Zac

    If a movie does not conform to your values, don’t go see the movie. Also, it is OK to spread the word in your community about movies that go against your community values. As for those who are OK with what the movie projects, let them enjoy it. They can also tell their friends to see the movie if they like it. Both sides have a right to their own opinion. Both sides have a right to choose where they spend their money.

    I personally choose not to spend my money on this movie.

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