ABC’s ‘Once Upon a Time’ Features Wizard of Oz’s Dorothy in Lesbian Kiss

Once Upon a Time is a fairy tale adaptation utilizing favorite Disney characters in a modern-day setting. When it debuted in 2011 it was called "the most family-friendly drama on any broadcast network in the past ten years" and Common Sense Media rates it for children 12 and up. So naturally, with its family-friendly 8pm Sunday night time slot, it attracts younger viewers and parents who still think of Disney as wholesome.
abc-once-upon-a-time-lesbian-kiss-romans-1-nteb
NOW THE END BEGINS SHARE:

ABC’s Once Upon a Time aired a lesbian kiss last night to much fanfare and excitement from the LGBT crowd and producers who said its inclusion in a show popular with kids was “important.”

“For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature:” Romans 1:26 (KJV)

EDITOR’S NOTE: The Bible says that lesbianisn is not only a sin, but that it goes against the very course of nature itself. God says it is a ‘vile affection’. So why is a show like Once Upon A Time, a show marketed to children, now promoting graphic lesbianism? Because these are the end times, and the tide of darkness and evil is rising until the cup is filled. God will have the last word.

Once Upon a Time is a fairy tale adaptation utilizing favorite Disney characters in a modern-day setting. When it debuted in 2011 it was called “the most family-friendly drama on any broadcast network in the past ten years” and Common Sense Media rates it for children 12 and up. So naturally, with its family-friendly 8pm Sunday night time slot, it attracts younger viewers and parents who still think of Disney as wholesome.

Alas, we know that Disney has not been wholesome for years and once again they are purposefully pushing a gay agenda. Once Upon a Time‘s executive producers have said their gay advocacy is “important to do” and something that needs to be “normalized,” not “marginalized.” Last year, when announcing the storyline was coming, they said, “It’s [an LGBT relationship] something we think is due and important to do on the show. This is the world we live in.” But then they became uncomfortable with the hype the news was receiving, saying, “[T]he more we talk about it, the more does it seem marginalized as opposed to normalized.”

Last night the lesbian kiss finally happened in the episode “Ruby Slippers” and, perhaps in a nod to friends of Dorothy, it was Dorothy and Ruby who shared “true love’s kiss.” The producers repeated the mantra “love is love,” and again admitted that their goal was to normalize and push gay relationships “as a part of every day life.”

Picking up in the wake of Ruby and Mulan (Jamie Chung) searching out the former’s wolf pack, the duo come across Dorothy in Oz, where they then team up to take down the recently returned Wicked Witch (Rebecca Mader). Unfortunately, Zelena places Dorothy in a sleeping curse, which leads Ruby to the Underworld in a bid to save her. As it has several times before on the show, the spell is broken by true love’s kiss — in this case, it’s Ruby who brings Dorothy back.

“True love’s kiss has been a staple of this show since the beginning,” executive producers Adam Horowitz and Edward Kitsis say. “This past Sunday’s episode was just another example of how in a fairy tale, as in life, love is love.” …

Though the moment has been highly anticipated all season, the producers have always maintained that the couple’s love story would be no different from what the series has showcased with Snow White (Ginnifer Goodwin) and Prince Charming (Josh Dallas) or Emma (Jennifer Morrison) and Hook (Colin O’Donoghue); nor would the hour featuring the reveal be a “very special episode,” likely the reason behind the lack of targeted promotion ahead of Sunday’s episode. “Our goal is to make it as we see it in the real world, just as normal and as a part of every day life as it should be,” Horowitz previously told EW.

It’s no wonder that gays continue to be over represented in the media and thus in the public’s minds when you have show producers wanting people – especially kids – to think it’s normal and every day life. But it’s just another Hollywood fairy tale. source

Now The End Begins is run by end times author and editor-in-chief Geoffrey Grider, and located in Saint Augustine, Florida. NTEB delivers aggregate breaking news of the day from a biblical perspective, as well as providing rightly divided and dispensationally correct teaching and preaching from the King James Holy Bible. NTEB has been in continuous operation since being called into service for the Lord Jesus Christ in 2009. We are the front lines of the end times.
SUBSCRIBE NOW

Join Our FREE Subscription Service!

End times Bible prophecy news happens fast, add your email now to get our latest articles sent to your inbox in real-time.

Join 15,271 other subscribers

Support Now The End Begins

We have many ways that you can financially support this end times ministry. You can send us a donation here through PayPal, or you can use the GoFundMe icon right below. You can also purchase NTEB Gospel Tracts that you see above this box.

We need and appreciate your support, thank you!