Disney+’s ‘Excessive Faculty Musical: The Musical: The Collection” sadly appears to be continuing its unhappy decline into liberal propaganda. As predicted, the present piles on its progressive picture with the franchise’s first homosexual romance.
The December 6 episode “Homecoming” focuses, in fact, on the varsity’s homecoming dance. The musical’s choreographer Carlos (Frankie Rodriguez) nervously decides to ask forged member Seb (Joe Serafini) to be his date. Seb seems to say sure, however on the evening of the dance, Carlos is left alone on the dance flooring. He helps himself by dancing alone to a generic “be your self” pop music solely to find Seb arrived in spite of everything. The 2 then share a gradual dance collectively as their relationship begins to bloom.
The one factor worse than the horribly boring and pandering plot is the media glorifying it. Actor Frankie Rodriguez commented in an interview with Los Angeles Times, “I feel we sort of overlook the place we had been 13 years in the past. Homosexual marriage wasn’t authorized, so although it looks as if that was 50 years away, it actually wasn’t. [The series is] actually shedding mild as to what highschool life is like proper now and ensuring that these youngsters which have by no means seen themselves onscreen have, lastly, somebody to hook up with.”
That assumes that individuals past Hollywood degenerates are clamoring for youths to speak about sexual orientation and that no present between 2006 to 2019 ever confirmed that. Each of these issues sadly couldn’t be extra fallacious.
The present’s creator Tim Federle even appears to criticize the unique Excessive Faculty Musical for not taking these steps within the first place. “Perhaps 13 years in the past it wasn’t, even then, the time to embrace that totally,” Federle said. “I’ve a possibility now on Disney+, which is, in its personal method, attempting to announce itself as being a … streaming channel the place they’re going to shock viewers.” A homosexual plot on a contemporary present is a whole lot of issues, however stunning isn’t one in all them, even on a present for youthful viewers. And I wouldn’t go calling out the unique film for not having homosexual characters. In spite of everything, the unique is the one purpose this present even exists.
In the identical interview, fellow costar Sofia Wylie describes the technique behind the homosexual relationship as “It’s all turn out to be rather more normalized, and I feel that’s actually what the purpose is.” I agree. Hollywood will cease at nothing to normalize any degeneracy, and it appears to be like like Disney+ is simply one other platform to do it.