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"We live down the street from a gay couple with a young son, my son goes and plays there and has lunch there. My son is 8 years old, and not once has he come and asked why his friend has two poppas,” says Mark Ruffalo. “His family is no different to my family – they eat at the same time, send their kid to school, discipline him and love him the same way.
Toy Story 3 has won great reviews and major box office success. But some reviewers see the film from a different angle - a very negative angle - that may affect our children's view of homosexuality and what it feels like for a girl in this world. An "overly emotional" Barbie and "fashionista" Ken seem to be starting all the trouble!
Posting from the Cannes Film Festival, Michael Rechtshaffen writes: "Winsome, touching and arguably the funniest Pixar effort ever, the gorgeously rendered, high-flying adventure is a tidy 90-minute distillation of all the signature touches that came before it.
In What Can Julie Andrews, Glenn Close, and Kyra Knightley teach your children about gay culture?, we learned that certain movies are rich with potential lessons about our gay culture. But what if your children don’t want to watch those particular movies? What if they are only interested in action films—the more violent the better?
Breakfast With Scot is about two dads and their adopted son. In the film, actor Tom Cavanagh (Ed, Scrubs) plays a gay former Toronto Maple Leaf who works as a broadcaster for a sports network. He comes out of the closet after his flamboyant son needs his help dealing with homophobia.