The moral of this story is that parents can no longer trust Disney.
I remember when I was a little kid, and also later when we had young kids of our own, going through the "Now Showing" section of our local newspaper to decide which movie we were going to see. As kids, we could, or as parents we would, only choose a movie rated G, and more often than not that meant a Walt Disney movie. As naive as it may sound, today, parents felt they could trust The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) film rating system to rate a film's suitability for children based on its content. Even more so, parents felt they could trust Walt Disney, the man, and by association the company.
My how things have changed. You may not be aware, but back in 2014, Disney's movie, Frozen, became the highest-grossing animated movie in history, and so there are some big expectations for the sequel, Frozen 2, which is "coming out" later this year. Yes, that is correct, the star of Frozen, Elsa, is by all accounts a lesbian.