Are We Ready to Fire Disney over Good Luck Charlie?

Lisa Cherry —  February 7, 2014


By Lisa Cherry

Updated February 9, 2014

Disney has power.  And they are using it to  intentionally manipulate our kids. 

The Disney Channel recently featured a “family” with two moms on the show “Good Luck Charlie.”

Here's a one minute clip of the episode on You Tube.

A Disney spokesperson, quoted by One Million Moms, says the show “was developed to be relevant to kids and families around the world and to reflect themes of diversity and inclusiveness."

Frontline Moms and Dads, are we going to respond?

Will we allow them to wield their influence over our families without comment?

You can send Disney an email here to tell them how you feel.  However be sure to edit the content.  This link to Million Moms was set up to email Disney before the show aired.  It has now already aired, and your comments should reflect this.

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  • Lyli Dunbar

    How sad is it that we can no longer let our children watch children's programming without a filter? I was recently at a friend's house, and she mentioned that she had to stop allowing her daughter to watch a cartoon because of occult influences in the programming including an amulet that the "princess" wore.