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Disney unveils its first ever male princess — with chest hair!

The gay agenda is at it again, and this time it’s out to brainwash children into believing they can be free to express themselves. The horror!

In a recent episode of the Disney animated series Star vs. The Forces of Evil, a boy named Marco creates a female alter-ego — Princess Marco Turdina — in order to infiltrate ‘St. Olga’s Reform School for Wayward Princesses.’ Once inside, he leads the girls to revolt against the authoritarian headmistress, helping the other princesses to believe they can be themselves.

The ousted headmistress, Ms. Heinous, returns, outing Princess Marco as a fake because he has chest hair.

“That doesn’t prove anything,” one princess in the crowd replies. “Princesses can be hairy!”

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“Yeah! We believe in you, Turdina!” another shouts out.

Marco then snatches his own wig, telling the girls, “I lied to you. I am a boy.”

“This, princesses, is why you need me running St. Olga’s,” Ms. Heinous tells the crowd. “Look where all this freedom got you, living in filth and championing a hero that’s been lying to you all along.”

“‘Wait, no, why does it matter if he’s a boy?” another princess asks. “Nothing he said was wrong.”

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“Yeah,” piggybacks another. “He can think for himself and so can we.”

“He can be a princess if he wants to!” another shouts.

“Turdina is a state of mind!” cries another, cleverly appealing to the parents and older kids who are perhaps watching the show with their young children/siblings.

All in all — a pretty advanced exploration of gender with a lesson any kid can apply — boys can be princesses too.

Watch below:


Earlier this year, the same show aired Disney Channel’s first same-sex kiss:


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18 Comments

  • Ummmm Yeah

    Great Disney is telling kids it’s OK to lie and you want to associate that with gays.

    • AndThenTheresMax

      You know I’ve dreamed of this day ever since I was a little. To have the first Disney male princess. I was hoping for Jason Alexander in a gown. What we got this?!! Um…not so much!

    • Ummmm Yeah

      Check out The Burning. It’s young Jason Alexander with a full head of hair as a teen camper in a slasher movie. Way better than him being a princess. Or Love Valor Compassion. He pretty much was a princess in that one.

    • ruben_gloria

      Ah, pfff… Have you ever seen this show??? Marco is a badass! He is a straight latin male unafraid of wearing a dress and being called a princess… =/ How many of those can you find in the media?

  • bushwickfreddy

    So a boy has to teach the girls how to stand up for themselves…oh Disney…

  • jimmypalmieri

    love this, however the opening paragraph gives the right wingers fodder for thinking that other than equality, there actually is a gay agenda.

    • RoughRugger

      The right-wingers that would read that & believe that don’t need to read that to believe that.

  • Knight

    “Princesses can be hairy!”

    Yes, especially if they are part of the Saudi family…

    • Danny595

      lol!

  • notcisjustmale

    Exploration of gender? Hardly. More like disguise as an infiltration technique.

    • randile

      Um, yea. What’s up with this?

    • Yorst1976

      Princess Pony Head calls Marco Turd, that’s where Princess Turdina comes from.

  • footwork61

    Boy mansplains how to be a princess.

  • PRINCE OF SNARKNESS aka DIVKID

    “a boy named Marco creates a female alter-ego — Princess Marco Turdina — in order to infiltrate ‘St. Olga’s Reform School for Wayward Princesses.’ Once inside, he leads the girls to revolt against the authoritarian headmistress, helping the other princesses to believe they can be themselves.”

    Oh. Dear.

    Pretty much makes the Terfs case for them.

  • DustRahne

    I love that show. I haven’t seen this episode yet but I will have to look it up.

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