The Owl House's Luz Noceda: The Story Behind Disney's First Bisexual Lead Character

The Owl House's Luz Noceda: The Story Behind Disney's First Bisexual Lead Character

The Owl House only recently completed its first season, but the hit Disney Channel animated series has already made quite a name for itself. Shortly after it premiered, Dana Terrace's horror-comedy about Luz Noceda, a teenage girl who stumbles upon a fantastical world drew the ire of parents and critics for being "evil."

But the buzz surrounding The Owl House only grew with the airing of "Enchanting Grom Fright" and "Wing It Like Witches" in August 2020, when it was revealed that Luz Noceda was bisexual after she and Amity Blight share an intimate dance while casting spells to defeat a demon. Soon after the episode aired, the internet became fascinated with the first bisexual character to lead a Disney title of any kind, and what followed was something so magical and heartwarming it just has to be told. Here's the story behind Luz Noceda's moment on The Owl House.