Disney president wants half of all future characters to be LGBT or racial minorities

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Disney is abruptly turning the corner into anti-family, anti-white, anti-faith, anti-heterosexual and anti-traditional madness, with an executive in charge of content promising that at least half of the characters in its productions will be “LGBTQIA” – that is, sexually deviant – or non-white-skinned by the end of the year, reports DailyMail.com.

At the same time, Newsweek reports that the company will be dropping all references to traditional gender roles at its crowded and expensive theme parks, replacing the phrase “ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls,” with “hello everyone”‘ or “hello friends.”

“Dreamers of all ages,” will also be used to address the public, conjuring up unsettling images of people asleep and pleasantly confused as Disney separates them from their money and whisks children away, Peter-Pan style, to mysterious gender-training.

Disney’s general entertainment president, Karey Burke, announced the shift during a weirdly tearful company-wide Zoom call on March 29 that the Magic Kingdom is in the process of changing the recorded messages at its parks. The tears were because of her children, she said.

“I’m here as the mother of two queer children, actually, one transgender child and one pansexual child, and also as a leader,” she said.

During the same all-hands meeting, television animation executive producer Latoya Raveneau also gushed about Disney’s inclusivity and bragged about her “not-so-secret gay agenda” and “adding queerness” to productions.

“Our leadership over there has been so welcoming to my not-so-secret gay agenda,” she said. “Wherever I could I was adding queerness. No one would stop me and no one was trying to stop me.”

Video of the meeting was leaked to conservative journalist Christopher Rufo of the Manhattan Institute’s City Journal, and Rufo reported them on Twitter.

Disney appears to have been partially forced into its twisted and menacing new posture by gay employees insisting that the company leverage its economic footprint in the state of Florida to oppose that state’s new law against teaching pre-fourth-graders about homosexuality and transgenderism.

Disney employees walked out of the company headquarters last week to protest what they saw as a muted response to embattled Disney CEO Bob Chapek, who might soon be looking for a different job.


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