I really am not a fan of it, but I do have to give it credit for representation of LGBT people on a childrens' show, because usually most people think that homosexuality is "not appropriate" for children. It may be difficult for them to understand, but it's just as appropriate as heterosexuality is. If parents want to hide LGBT+ from their kids, they need to come up with a better reason, like that the kids won't be able to understand or will be confused by it, which I could totally see. And not only is it there, it's a positive portrayal, which is a really big step forwards.
Thanks. C: That really means a lot to me, because people constantly call me a homophobe just because I'm neutral on the gay rights thing. I don't HATE gay people, the only ones I hate are the overly zealous ones who think they're superior to straight people. I think they deserve respect as humans, because that's what they are. And if they're attracted to the same sex, it's not like they can help it, they're wired to feel those attractions, and it cannot be changed. Like I said, though, I'm not AGAINST gay rights, but I'm not FOR it either. I may have a respectful opinion on the subject, but that doesn't stop bigots from attacking me just because I don't support them, which is sad. I prefer to let issues I don't understand (Like LGBT+ rights) handle themselves, because I would have no idea how to handle the situation. To me, sexuality isn't what I judge people by, nor are skin color, religion, race, gender, ethnicity, or anything else similar. I judge people based solely on their opinions and actions. Like if someone hates Jews, for example, I consider them a bigot who doesn't deserve to have their voice heard. Or if someone storms a movie theater and shoots innocent people, I judge them for that.