I see this "panders to liberal propaganda" line in so many places and so many contexts. Let me just say, I consider it to be arrogant presumption; it is the writer proclaiming by fiat (without actually giving any reasons or arguments) that s/he is possessed of absolute truth and other people are just propagandist who are underhandedly attempting to deceive people into believing a lie.
Evidently "virus" is unaware that the point of art, literature, music, and much of social science is for the author/artist to present his or her vision as to what is true or real. It is up to the audience/reader to determine to what extent the author has been successful, how much the author's work corresponds with their experience of life and reality, etc. So, it is not a matter of propaganda (let me be clear, of there is such a thing as propaganda, virus' post being a perfect example of it) but of differing visions and conceptions as to what is true and real. One of the grave problems with the Right or "conservatism" at present is that they are obsessed with the notion that they are possessed of absolute truth, tending to declare the Bible as unassailable truth without any attempt to justify their view. Personally I believe it proceeds from a deep-seated sense of insecurity and the need to feel that there is a solid and unassailable set of facts and truth they can cling to. Maybe there is, but you are not going to convince everybody by just declaring it (or assuming it).
In short, I consider virus' post absolute rubbish, that isn't worth the space it uses up.
One of the problems with the left today is that they assume that any time someone says something against the left's talking points, they are automatically "right" and therefore automatically anti-gay. Twice the ignorance at once. The left suffers from an identity crisis. At one point, they want to pride themselves in openess and debate, and yet at another point, they want to shut down free speech and automatically assume the worst. In short, you love the sound of your own voice, but not of anyone else's.
You spent the better part of your time replying to me in the first place. You could have accomplished a lot in that time. You clearly did feel that it was worth the space it uses up.
We should all stop lashing out on the internet occasionally. Appreciating this movie does not make one gay if that is your question.