Disney is a powerful company but they may have just stepped in it big time with their position over a parents’ rights bill that they falsely call the “Don’t Say Gay” law in Florida.
The law doesn’t say anything about “don’t say gay.” Indeed it doesn’t mention “gay” at all.
The legislative text of the House version of the bill reads, ‘Classroom instruction by school personnel or third parties on sexual orientation or gender identity may not occur in kindergarten through grade 3 or in a manner that is not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate for students in accordance with state standards.’ [….]
That’s what folks on the left have been freaking out about for weeks? It’s no wonder that parents are for it — and why people once they look at the language — are questioning what’s on the agenda of the left with this.
The crazy videos that have been posted by people, including teachers of young children, have been troubling, eye-opening, and reveal the nature of the problem — from a teacher who would tell students that she’s a gender-fluid witch to a teacher who tells students that when people are born, doctors “guess” whether they are boys or girls and sometimes they make mistakes.
.@BrookeSchool 1st grade teacher records an “identity share” zoom call with K-2 grades where he spoke about being trans.
“When babies are born the dr looks & makes a guess on whether the baby is a boy or girl. Sometimes they are wrong. If they are right, the baby is cisgender” pic.twitter.com/qYGFm9B7rF
— Libs of Tik Tok (@libsoftiktok) April 10, 2022
This law, which effectively discriminated against parents, was opposed by Disney. We reported that 52 percent to 36% of Florida Democratic voters supported the law. Not surprisingly, most parents don’t want their kids being taught about sex at such a young age. That didn’t deter Disney heir Abigail Disney from making a wild rant against the law and people on the “right,” which didn’t help Disney’s case. Roy P. Disney (great-grandnephew) announced that Charlee Disney, his transgender child, had been born. They said they were going to try and fight the law, and keep other states from passing it in the future. Charlee is an environmental and biology teacher at high school.
New research shows that nearly seven out of ten Americans disagree with the extreme position taken by Disney.
The latest data said that 68.2% of voters are now “less likely to do business with Disney.” Of those, 57.2% are “much less likely” to buy from the entertainment giant known for its kid-friendly parks and movies.
What’s more, 69% said that they are likely to “support family-friendly alternatives to Disney.”
The survey, from Convention of States Action in partnership with The Trafalgar Group, also found that concerns about Disney’s plan to create related content are bipartisan, with 48.2% of Democrats also saying they are less likely to “do business” with Disney.
This poll comes after several reports that Disney has been open to discussing sexuality and LGBTQ characters within its products.
It’s not hard to see why Americans — particularly parents — would be rejecting Disney if they have an issue with this law. They’re seriously hurting the brand that they have put out there for decades with this radical approach. But it shows how radical they’ve become when it’s more important to push that agenda than to pay attention to the concerns of the parents who are their bread and butter. It’s been a long time coming, but parents are giving Disney a big message. They will either accept it or face the consequences.