Disney Exec With ‘Pansexual’ Child Says Not Enough Main Characters Who Are LGBTQIA

A Disney executive with a ‘pansexual’ child and a transgender child says there aren’t enough main characters in Disney content who are ‘LGBTQIA’. The Disney executive aired her grievances in a leaked video from the company’s “Reimagine Tomorrow” summit, where high-level employees openly discussed Disney’s desire to add more LGBTQIA2S+ content to its growing library. growth.

“I’m here as a mother of two gay children – a transgender child and a pansexual child – and also as a leader,” Disney President Karey Burke said in a video clip released by Christopher Rufo. “I feel responsible to speak up, not just for me, but for them.”

“We had an open forum last week – where, again, the home of some truly amazing and groundbreaking LGBTQIA stories over the years, where one of our leaders stood up and said, ‘You know , we only have a handful of queer tracks in our content,’ and I went, ‘What? That can’t be true,” Burke continued.

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“And I realized that was true,” she added. “We have many, many, many LGBTQIA characters in our stories, and yet we don’t have enough leads and stories where gay characters become characters, and don’t necessarily have to be about gay stories.”

“And so, it was an eye opener for me,” the Disney executive said.

Another music video shows executive producer Latoya Raveneau talking casually about how Disney encouraged her “not at all secret gay agenda” when she became an employee.

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The leaked videos come as Disney declares open war on the state of Florida over its parental rights law – which radical LGBTQ activists have dubbed the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill, spreading misinformation Across the country.

Earlier this month, before signing the bill into law, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (right) debunked left-wing lies about the bill, explaining that the measure simply bans sex instruction for young school children, such as kindergarten children.

DeSantis also slammed the Walt Disney Company on Tuesday for threatening to attack Florida’s new parental rights law, saying, “If we had put in the bill that you weren’t allowed to have a program dealing with the oppression of the Uyghurs in China, Disney would have approved that in a second – and that’s the hypocrisy of that.

While Disney executives complain about anti-grooming laws, the company continues to do business in China despite Beijing’s ongoing genocide of minorities in Xinjiang and Tibet. Disney continues to work to release its films in the Chinese market and still operates theme parks in Shanghai and Hong Kong.

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