As One Million Moms has pointed out with its petition opposing the sale of Archie Comic's gay wedding-themed comic book such material can lead to premature, age-inappropriate questions from children in a toy store. But getting rid of this comic should be only a first step. Toys R Us should remove all heterosexual wedding-themed toys from its shelves as well.
Almost every Disney movie or tie-in product--especially the ones featuring princesses--leads to awkward conversations with children about heterosexuality.
Wedding dresses for Barbies, especially when sold near tuxes for Ken dolls, can give rise to questions about what happens when the "do not disturb" sign goes up on the honeymoon hotel door.
And certainly, dress-up clothes for little girls should not include wedding dresses. This can only encourage imaginary play about mature themes that have no place in a preschooler's playroom.
Only parents have the right to introduce children to sexual values. Unfortunately, heterosexuals have a militant agenda to recruit even the youngest children into their lifestyle. Toys R Us should not support this agenda.