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HOLLYWOOD, June 24, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – The Disney Channel will weave homosexual characters into the plot line of a highly rated children's program as it enters its final season.

The cable network has confirmed that an episode of “Good Luck Charlie” will showcase a child who has two mothers.

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Charlie, who is a young girl, will befriend a child, and her parents will attempt to strike up a relationship with the child's two mommies.

The only issue that may stall the budding buddyhood is that Charlie's heterosexual parents are boring. Charlie (who is a young girl) will have her mother, Amy, speak with one “mother,” while her father Bob plays the prototypical role of “bumbling sitcom dad,” boring the other lesbian partner.

“This particular story line was developed under the consultancy of child development experts and community advisers,” a Disney Channel spokesperson said. “Like all Disney Channel programming, it was developed to be relevant to kids and families around the world and to reflect themes of diversity and inclusiveness.”

The two-mommies segment is a subplot in the episode, which is set to air in early 2014, the show's final season.

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“This is such wonderful news! We’re so proud Disney is acknowledging that families don’t have to fit into the cookie-cutter mold!” exclaimed homosexual entertainment writer and gossip columnist Perez Hilton.

A previous Disney Channel segment of its “Make Your Mark” campaign showed a teenager who had two lesbian parents.

According to a press release from the network, the Disney Channel has a viewership of 1.02 million children between the ages of 2-11, with some 300,000 under the age of six.

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