An Oklahoma movie theater that warned parents about a same-sex kiss (gasp!) in the Disney/Pixar film Lightyear and promised to fast-forward through the brief moment has decided to show the film in full after the plan was mocked online.A notice on the front door of the 89er Theater in Kingfisher, Oklahoma read: “Warning.

Attention Parents: The management of this theater found out after booking ‘Lightyear’ that there is a same-sex kissing scene within the first 30 minutes of the Pixar movie.”“We will do all we can to fast-forward through that scene,” it promised, adding: “but it might not be exact.”Do I expect more from Oklahoma?

No, not really. Instilling children with this kind of homophobia and (misplaced) outrage is how we end up with a suicide rate among LGBTQ+ youth that is so high. #Pride #Lightyear pic.twitter.com/qCX6nMMY9f— Aaron Schekorra (@AaronSchekorra) June 23, 2022Some residents like Patricia Kasbek initially thought the sign was a joke, which it unfortunately was not.When she realized it was a real warning, Kasbek called the theater to complain.