Disney and LGBT representation have a tumultuous connection.

With programs and movies like The Owl House and Strange World, as well as the addition of blink-and-you-won't-miss-it LGBTQ

Rise of Skywalker and Avengers Endgame before removing them completely for some regions, the company has improved in recent years.

Like everyone else, queer people are a demographic that can be exploited, so the amount of queer representation in mainstream media

yet denied adequate rights and assistance in the actual world.

I don't think it's hyperbole to state that I'm arguably the world's most prolific journalist covering The Owl House

The program, which is set in a homophobic-free environment, has repeatedly raised the bar for television animation

 Whether they choose to or not, all of the LGBT stories Disney plans to tell now exist in its shadow. And with that, let me discuss Inside Out 2.

for it, partly due to its overtly LGBT content, 

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