Disney’s Woke Agenda Exposed

Christopher Rufo recently leaked videos of executives at the giant Walt Disney corporation in a meeting. What made the video go viral and trend was the topic of discussion at the meeting. Targeting children within the age groups of two and seven is something that should give parents sleepless nights, especially when you remember parental preference for Disney movies because of the ‘innocence’ and clean nature of the content. Concerned citizens wonder why this is the priority of Disney’s top management. 

The executives include the corporate president, diversity and inclusion manager, executive director and more discussing the blatant insertion and implementation of the LGBTQ+ philosophy into stories and characters, as well as modification of some older content. Here are some excerpts from the participants of the high-powered meeting.

Karey Burke (Disney Corporate President General Entertainment) – I’m here as a mother of two queer children actually, one transgender child and one pansexual child. One of our execs stood up and said we only have a handful of queer leads in our content and I went what? That can’t be true and I realized it actually is true. We don’t have any LGBTQIA leads where they just get to be characters. And not have to be about gay stories, so that has been very eye-opening for me. I can tell you it’s something I feel that had this moment not happened that I as a leader and my colleagues would not have focused on. And going forward I certainly would be and I know that we certainly won’t allow us to go backwards.

Latoya Raveneau (Executive Director) – the whole team has been super welcoming to my-not-at-all- secret gay agenda. So, I’ve not been afraid to let have these two characters kiss. I just like began wherever I could basically adding queer characters. No one would stop me and no one was trying to stop me.

Vivian Ware (Diversity and Inclusion manager) – Last summer we removed all of the gender related language. So, we no longer say ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. We’ve provided training for all of our cast members, so they know it’s hello everyone, or hello friends. We’re in the process of changing those recorded messages. And some of you are familiar that when we brought fireworks back to the magic kingdom we no longer say ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. We say dreamers of all ages.



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