Hate Group Boycotts 'Toy Story' for Featuring Lesbian Moms—Hilarity Ensues on Twitter

One Million Moms, which is affiliated with the anti-LGBTQ American Family Association, recently called for a boycott of Toy Story 4 for (very, very briefly) featuring (interracial!) lesbian moms in the animated film. The angry, hateful moms affiliated with this group must have watched the film VERY closely because you could easily blink and miss the moment that apparently "blindsided" viewers.

The Internet reacted with a collective facepalm to the ridiculous boycott. Here are some of our favorite hilarious Twitter reactions to the hateful group:


Apparently the group One Million Moms is actually 26 women named Karen who can’t count very well...https://twitter.com/metroweekly/status/1148828983825448960 …



One Million Moms are such hypocrites! They won't allow two moms being next to each other, yet there is 1 million of them!

DOUBLE STANDARDS!



Here's what every member of the One Million Moms looks like in real lifepic.twitter.com/SL1HYv4uvP



Can we submit One Million Moms?pic.twitter.com/V2GiFWmxEQ



going with the name “one million moms” was a shrewd marketing move to conceal the fact that the entire organization is just four elderly weirdos named maude or bethilda or somethinghttps://twitter.com/metroweekly/status/1148828983825448960 …



One Million Moms - The Facebook Group With 94,208 Memberspic.twitter.com/In6Z4hrU9I



One Million Moms are all named Susan and Karen and they would like to speak to the manager.



Just for the record: I have more Twitter followers than “one million moms” ... and I’m just one lesbian mom. #ConsiderTheSourcepic.twitter.com/oL2UyKmSCO






"[T]he scene was included and intentionally not announced prior to the movie release in hopes it would be kept quiet to expose as many children as possible," the organization says in a claim that has echoes of hateful tropes associating homosexuality and pedophilia.

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