This morning, as I was perusing Google trends to find the absolute best headline for my latest hot scoop, “Is Toy Story on Netflix?
“, I discovered that the top trend was not “toy story 4 release date.” Nor was it “toy story 4 opening day” or even “when does toy story 4 come out.” No, to my elated surprise the top trend—for reasons that I can only assume are Pride miracle-related—was: “is woody from toy story bisexual.” I experience a myriad of emotions upon reading this.
First, delight: People think Woody in is not bisexual—at least, not canonically.
As far as I can tell, the reason this rumor spread is thanks to a satire site called NPC Daily, which published the following Onion-esque article: “Disney announces that Woody will be ‘openly bisexual’ in Toy Story 4.” This joke story threw homophobic fans into a panic, who immediately turned to Google to reassure them that their beloved toy cowboy wasn’t, gasp, queer.
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