It is NOT Hollywood's place to introduce ADULT sexuality and lifestyle choices into ANY family's dynamic through strategic placement in children's film.
Yes, that sort of stuff occurs in life...and when it comes to our daughter growing up and and being taught about the lifestyles people choose having to be respected (but not necessarily approved of), it is THE PARENT'S CHOICE when to delve into that sort of thing. Overt sexuality of any kind (and this movie had plenty, both overt and covert) doesn't belong in a movie that's geared towards children...let alone any other form of entertainment geared towards kids. It could easily have been left out without harming the story in the least. Instead, whoever made the film felt the need to literally blindside people with it in an obvious desire to push an agenda and create a buzz.
Whatever happened to telling a fresh, charming story to kids and families? Sure include a simple moral messages. Or better yet, don't. Focus on the adventure!