Horror smash leaves motorcyclists dead. Madonna says Jesus supports abortion, wants to change Catholic Church's position. THE Disney Channel has passed a historic milestone by introducing its first same-sex couple on screen, despite campaigners' dire warnings. In the most recent episode of "Good Luck Charlie," which has played on the network since , parents Bob Eric Allen Kramer and Amy Leigh Allyn Baker briefly argue about what the name of the mom of their daughter's friend is, while waiting for the girl and her parents to visit their home for a playdate. Carrie Underwood says best moments of her life are when she surrenders to God. Klaine is kind of like a holy word in the "Glee" Bible.
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As usual, the crazy bigots were concerned about Disney opening the "floodgates" of gay while "pushing an agenda. An upcoming episode in this last season of "Good Luck Charlie" will feature a family with two moms, a first for Disney Channel. A rep said the show was "developed to be relevant to kids and families around the world and to reflect themes of diversity and inclusiveness". Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. We think it's totally awesome that Disney is adding some diversity to its shows, and it gives us one more reason to love the hilarious series, starring power girl Bridgit Mendler. Disney reportedly consulted with child development experts and advisors before crafting the episode. That's fine, but the potential new friendship is put to the test as one mom chats with Amy, and the other is stuck listening to Bob's dull stories.
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Let us know what you'd like to see as a HuffPost Member. Real News. But when Amy opens the door, she and her husband discover that they were both right because "Taylor has two moms," as Bob quips. Real Voices. Special Projects.
Conservative families need to urge Disney to avoid controversial topics that children are far too young to comprehend. No, Thanks. Disney reportedly consulted with child development experts and advisors before crafting the episode. Impact: Project Zero.