Disney-Pixar Auditioning for First Transgender Character

It was just a year ago that Disney-Pixar released their first out-and-out gay character in a big-screen film, introducing the world to Officer Specter and her girlfriend in the film Onward.

She was a Cyclops cop, voiced by a gay screenwriter and actress, Lena Waithe, and at the time the film’s producer claimed the intentional propaganda just sort of happened, saying, “It just kind of happened. The scene, when we wrote it, was kind of fitting and it opens up the world a little bit, and that’s what we wanted.”

Now, scarcely a year later, as our culture moves towards oblivion at breakneck speed, Pixar Animation Studios is looking to introduce their first transgender character, putting the request to a casting call to fill the role of a 14-year old ‘girl’.

Make no mistake, they are looking for a real-life transgender ‘girl’ to voice the role, as a biological female will simply not do and could not possibly be successful in this role. Besides, how else can they virtue signal if the male actor playing the role hasn’t been doing drag since he was 3 years old?

We can’t wait to see what monstrosity comes out of this.



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4 thoughts on “Disney-Pixar Auditioning for First Transgender Character

  1. “…Can authentically portray a 14-year-old transgender girl.”
    So this guy needs to realistically come across as mentally ill? Got it.
    What a godless freak show.

  2. “It just kind of happened. The scene, when we wrote it, was kind of fitting and it opens up the world a little bit, and that’s what we wanted.”

    Either ‘It just kind of happened’ -OR- ‘that’s what we wanted’.

    Both statements can’t be true. The guy is a liar.

  3. First, the casting call doesn’t say the applicant MUST be a transgender girl, just portray one. Second, transgender people in general have unique voices that are difficult to imitate naturally. That said I don’t think Disney should be faulted for at least trying to find someone that is transgender to voice a transgender character. I also don’t think they should be faulted for selecting a non-trans actress who’s natural voice more accurately matches the character.

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