Just recently, Pixar’s Lightyear was banned by the Film Censorship Board of Malaysia (LPF) for having LGBTQ elements present in certain scenes.
However, it appears that LGBTQ elements have been made the norm in today’s society and were promoted in cartoons.
According to a report by Kosmo, parents are being warned against allowing their children to watch ‘Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous’ after the cartoon received backlash among Malaysians for including LGBTQ elements.
In the social media posting, the netizen wrote, “Heads up, parents with small children. I sat down with my two boys to enjoy the newly-released season of Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous, which up until yesterday was one of our favourites.”
“I was caught by surprise when the show’s female character, Yas, began confessing her feelings for another girl, Sammy. Shame on you for not changing the show on the mature content side.”
She added that such shows should only be for entertainment purposes and not to spread political ideas and agendas.
“Apparently, the animated series revolves around a lesbian love affair and I was informed that they got ‘quite physical’ in one of the episodes.”
“I have now blocked the show from the children’s profile. But, I still have some questions, who is profiting from this? And how much are they profiting?” she added.
In the comment sections, netizens express shock and distrust on the show and the streaming platform.
“The agenda to normalise something that is not normal. What is this about,” a netizen said.
“A lot of cartoons or family movies these days have LGBTQ elements. Fortunately, awareness of LGBTQ was created at schools,” another netizen said.
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