We can have a good laugh at it, but eventually we must stop laughing and say no.
Disney doesn’t object to new Florida Parental Rights bill because the executives are misreading it — quite the opposite. They object proactively because they correctly read the law. Instead of being in the business of entertaining children, Disney sees itself as a vessel to inculcate children, not with the “magic” of harmless stories or a feel-good messaging, or with the basics of learning their A,B,Cs. Inculcating five-year-olds with a positive attitude is a better way to go. [email protected]&*%$++ messaging is the goal. This was made clear by Disney executives during their strategy meeting.
Yes, my cartoon is a “joke,” but is it really? Disney knew who its audience was five years ago and how it earned their revenue. In order to reach a wide audience, it kept their movies and programs neutral. Evidently, these days are over as Walt Disney.
Now it supports agenda-driven messaging by sexualizing children as young as five years old. It’s rather clear now — Disney has aligned with those who wish to sexualize children who print their names with crayons.
There really isn’t any gray area. Clear is the bill. Disney doesn’t support parents who buy their movies, subscribe to Disney+, and purchase overpriced passes to Disneyland or Disney World; it picked its side and that side is Kindergarten Drag Queen Hour, and Manny (who last year was May) convincing a six-year-old girl she’s in the “wrong body.” And by the way: don’t tell your mother…
None of this is a Disney fantasy — it has already happened.
Bottom line, no one needs Disney programming. Look for other ways to entertain your children.