I hadn't watched anything from the Disney Channel in over a decade, but I recently found out that this scene aired on their show Andi Mack: As someone who never had any gay representation on family shows when I was a kid, I think this is a huge deal! I felt like a freak in middle and high school because I was gay and having channels like Disney pretend that gay people did not exist did nothing to help the matter. So it makes me so happy to know that today's children get to see people onscreen that they could identify with. This will no doubt cause some conservative groups to go nuts, but it is a step in the right direction. To get context for this scene, I saw some of the earlier episodes of the show. It's about a teenage girl who finds out that her older sister is actually her mother and that the woman she believed to be her mother is actually her grandmother. Kind of a bold premise for a Disney show, but I'm glad they are taking risks.