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I am very disappointed that Disney continues to allow Gay Day to occur while thousands of children are in the Magic Kingdom.
The Disney official response to critics of Gay Day erroneously pretends that your company has nothing to do with Gay Day and has no control over who enters your park. The following facts clearly contradict your company’s position.
1. Disney has prohibited drag queens from entering the Magic Kingdom since Gay Day 1991 when even the mainstream media reported in a negative light the estimated 1,800 cross dressers in the park with children. Yet, Disney continues to allow thousands of people to wear shirts promoting homosexuality.
2. Dozens of gang members visiting Disneyland in California have been evicted after entering the park wearing gang colors according to Kenneth Green, Director of Corporate Communications. He said the company was concerned the groups might intimidate or invoke fear in the hearts of regular patrons. So, Disney can see where a dozen people wearing gang colors might be offensive to regular families but not thousands of same-sex revelers wearing shirts that flaunt and promote homosexual, lesbian and transgender behavior.
3. Disney provided special group discount tickets with a pink Mickey logo for Gay Day Patrons.
4. Disney paid personnel to hand out special pamphlets to Gay Day patrons informing them of organized activities.
5. Disney paid personnel to greet Gay Day patrons at the front gate.
6. Disney recruited employees to be guides for special groups of Gay Day patrons.
7. Disney gave free Disney tee shirts to people who complained that they did not know that the red shirt they innocently wore meant they supported Gay Day.
Disney has clearly played a role in helping to sponsor this event for years and allows activities they could otherwise prevent. Disney has the right to prohibit people from entering the park with tee shirts that promote LGBT behavior but deliberately chooses to allow this to occur in the midst of thousands of children.
As a private property owner in the State of Florida, Disney World certainly has the right to adopt and enforce company policy that would do a better job at protecting thousands of children from being forced to watch the revelry of Gay Day patrons. You do it for Grad Night. You do it for Night of Joy. You can do it for Gay Day.
Please stop this offensive event from occurring in the midst of thousands of children by requiring that it be held after regular operating hours when thousands of children will not be in the park.
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