Disney has progressively injected left-wing politics into the troops of entertainment assets it holds and this is concerning to say the least. But now, leaked videos have exposed Disney’s secret gay agenda to indoctrinate children.
Whatever remaining apprehensions about Disney’s social agenda were dispelled on Tuesday when divulged extracts from a private “all hands meeting” about a Florida law prohibiting sexual proselytizing in K-3 public schools were released, wherein numerous Disney executives openly declare their aspirations to instill LGBTQ+ ideology in children through their movie and television projects.
The conference’s implicit topic was Florida’s recently instituted Parental Rights in Education law, which prohibits schools from attempting to teach transgenderism and other sexuality-related problems to children in kindergarten through third grade, restricts conversations of sexual identity for older kids to “age appropriate” substance, and necessitates parents to be notified of any alterations that may impact their child’s physical, sentimental, or psychological well-being.
Despite instances of instructors partaking in LGBT advocacy in the classroom, left-wing activists and their media partners have mislabeled the legislation as the “Don’t-Say-Gay Bill,” presenting it as a vicious assault on LGBT instructors and kids and dismissing the concept that it addresses a real issue.
Christopher Rufo, a Manhattan Institute member best recognized for his leadership in the fight against critical race theory in public education, tweeted highlights from the meeting.
Among the disclosures are executive producer Latoya Raveneau gloating of a “not-at-all-secret gay agenda” that includes “adding queerness” to children’s shows; production coordinator Allen March outlining his group has a “tracker” to guarantee they generate a sufficient amount of “gender nonconforming characters,” “canonical trans characters,” and “canonical bisexual characters”; and “diversity and inclusion” manager Vivian Ware attempting to explain the company has purged the terms “ladies,” “gentlemen,” “boys,” and “girls” from its theme parks to create “that magical moment” for gender-nonconforming children; and more.
Disney corporate president Karey Burke asserts that “as the mother [of] one transgender child and one pansexual child,” she endorses having “many, many, many LGBTQIA characters in our stories” and desires at least 50 per cent of the company’s characters to be LGBTQIA and racial minorities in one video that has garnered a huge amount of attention.
Other speakers at the event, including Nadine Smith of the left-wing group Equality Florida, erroneously claim that Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and his chief spokesperson, Christina Pushaw, intend to “erase you,” “criminalize your existence,” and “take your kids.”
In addition to the implied misleading statements of the new law’s intent and impacts, the charge is amusing in view of the truth that Pushaw was among several conservative figures who sparked outrage on the Right earlier in the month by congratulating gay conservative pundit Dave Rubin on his declaration that he and his “husband” had sponsored the conception of two children for themselves via surrogacy.
Disney has progressively injected left-wing politics into the troops of entertainment assets it holds, from trying to appease LGBT “representation” expectations in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to trying to fire and openly vilifying conservative former Star Wars actress Gina Carano, which was once a unifying cultural institution. Disney has also included LGBT themes in their children’s products, most recently confirming a same-sex kiss in the upcoming Toy Story spinoff Lightyear.
Following a mutiny by left-wing activists within the firm, who organized walkouts in outrage of Disney’s first subdued response to the legislation, the company has taken a strong approach against the Florida law. Meanwhile, more conservative Disney workers have written a public letter criticizing the company’s hostile environment toward “those of us whose political and religious views are not explicitly progressive.”
Meanwhile, DeSantis has taken a defiant stance, calling Disney “fundamentally dishonest” hypocrites who “do not control this state.”
“You know what, if we … put in the bill that you were not allowed to have curriculum that discussed the oppression of the Uyghurs in China, Disney would have endorsed that in a second,” DeSantis said. This was an allusion to the company’s weaker stance toward the Chinese government and its harsh mistreatment of minority communities.