You guys are 100% spot-on about this movie. Really.
Because if, along with being a call for human rights and equality, the Gay Agenda also entails equal LGBTQ representation in film, "Beauty and the Beast" definitely represents.
So, all you Christians who don't want to see the film because you've heard there's a gay character? Don't see it, I tell you. Seriously, don't. And tell all your like-minded friends not to see it, either. Because there is a gay character in the movie. In fact I counted three gays and one transgender.
Now, one of the gays - in the notorious 2-second "dance scene" - and the transgender had only a passing moment on screen.
After all, the live Gaston, while no paragon of chivalry or virtue,
So why, then, will Belle not give Gaston the time of day?
Well, obviously, because she can tell he's gay. As could I. As could anybody.
Look, never mind the brief, over-bally-hooed dance scene. What about the scene in which Gaston admires himself in a mirror, followed by a suggestive quip from Le Fou? What about the scene in which Le Fou and Gaston not-quite-accidentally end up wrapped around each other and Le Fou asks "Too much?"
What about the fact that Gaston, a soldier just home from the battlefield, not only has no interest in even checking out any of the foxy village ladies dressed in their fanciest frocks who are throwing themselves at him, but arranges for his horse to splatter a group of them with mud then shoots the poor mud-covered lasses a look of scornful derision? Does that sound like the move of a guy who likes women? Or of a guy who's trying to send the ladies a not-subtle message to bug off?
As far as the trans character goes, be on the look-out for a moment in the battle-for-the-castle scene.
But for everybody else, sure, I'd recommend seeing "Beauty and the Beast," even though I must admit that I would have enjoyed the movie much more if I hadn't already seen the original animated version, which I couldn't get out of my head as I watched the live version.
And so for this reason I think this "Beauty and the Beast" is an even better film than the original.
I only hope in its next live remake of an old animated movie Disney will include some lesbian characters, too.