Disney's Pixar Promotes Homosexuality With First Gay Main Character in 'Out'

By Michael W. Chapman | May 27, 2020 | 4:07pm EDT
A scene from Disney+ short film Out.  (Screenshot)
A scene from Disney+ short film Out. (Screenshot)

Disney's Pixar Animation Studios, which has produced the popular children's films Toy Story, Finding Dory, and The Incredibles, is now promoting the LGBT agenda with the short film Out, which premiered May 23 on the Disney Plus, SparkShorts streaming service. 

On the Pixar website, it teases the nine-minute film, with Pixar's first gay main character: "On an average day, Greg's life is filled with family, love and a rambunctious little dog -- but despite all of this, Greg has a secret. Today is different, though. With some help from his precocious pup, and a little bit of magic, Greg might learn that he has nothing to hide."

In  a more detailed explanation of the animated movie, Variety explains, Out "follows a man named Greg who struggles to come out to his mom and dad as he gets ready to move to the city with his boyfriend, Manuel."


"Greg’s inner turmoil rises as his parents surprise him and come to help him pack," states Variety. "In a magical turn of events, Greg switches bodies with his dog, and as he tries to hide evidence of his relationship, he soon realizes he shouldn’t hide who he truly is from his parents."

In a May 21 tweet about the film, Disney Plus said, "The latest heartwarming tale from @Pixar’s #SparkShorts."

Out was written and directed by Steven Clay Hunter, who also helped make Finding Dory and The Incredibles



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