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Disturbing Sex Scenes Pixar Didn't Want You To See

Pixar movies aren't quite as whitewashed and G-rated as their Disney cousins, but they're still kept clean and family friendly to maximize box office revenue. They usually accomplish this by simply omitting anything that could be construed as mature content and change the rating, such as Mr. and Mrs. Incredible fooling around before the kids head off to school. If that scene had been included in the film parents would've had to discuss this delicate issue with their kids on the way home, and we can't have cartoons forcing the sex talk now can we? But humans aren't the only ones who get edited in Pixar films, check out this deleted scene from UP showing Dug's romantic side.
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