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Sex Pistols Rocker Johnny Rotten Blocks Band’s Songs from Being Used in Disney Series

Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon — also known as Johnny Rotten — said he is “heart and soul” against allowing the English punk rock band’s songs to be used in an upcoming Disney-backed TV series, which he called “nonsense.” Lydon has also previously blocked the Sex Pistols’ song, “God Save the Queen” from appearing in Netflix’s royal drama “The Crown.”

LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 21: John Lydon poses in front of the winners boards after accepting the Outstanding Contribution to Music Award for PiLat the Glenfiddich Mojo Honours List 2011 at The Brewery on July 21, 2011 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

Tech and Media Moguls Arrive at Sun Valley for ‘Billionaire Summer Camp’

An elite annual invite-only conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, organized by the investment bank Allen & Company is taking place this week, with the guest list including billionaires and powerbrokers from the Big Tech Masters of the Universe and the media such as Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, Disney CEO Bob Iger, CNN host Anderson Cooper, Patriots Owner Robert Kraft, and possibly Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. The estimated wealth of attendees tops $588 billion this year.

SUN VALLEY, IDAHO - JULY 05: Private Jets park alongside grazing cows at Friedman Memorial Airport ahead of the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference, July 5, 2021 in Sun Valley, Idaho. After a year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic the world's most wealthy and powerful businesspeople from the …

Report Shows How ‘Queer Creators’ Spent Years Pushing the LGBTQ Agenda in Children’s TV Programs

The increase of LGBTQ characters and themes popping up in TV shows made for children in the last decade is not an organic development. It’s the consequence of so-called “queer creators” pushing the LGBTQ agenda and working with major entertainment networks, writers, producers, showrunners, and directors to place sexualized themes into on-screen fare made for young audiences.

From top left going clockwise, two moms on Good Luck Charlie, Blue's Clues Pride Parade, Cyrus Goodman and his boyfriend on the Disney TV Show, Andi Mack, and a lesbian wedding on Steven Universe. (Disney, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network)