Disney Management Celebrates ‘Targeting Gen Z and Millennials’ With LGBTQIA2S+ Content: ‘Nobody Stopped Us’

A leaked video from Disney’s “Reimagine Tomorrow” summit shows Disney President Karey Burke saying the company was “targeting Gen Z and Millennials” with LGBTQIA2S+ content, and her son telling her, “The Gen Z is 30-40% more queer than other generations, mom, so Disney better live with it.

“When I was at Freeform, it was very much part of the Freeform brand ethos to be at the forefront of inclusion,” Burke said of his experience working for another company. , adding that the situation is very different at Disney. , which led her to “celebrate”.

“And we, like you, Latoya, jumped for joy. We celebrated that. Nobody stopped us, and that was awesome,” Burke told Disney executive producer Latoya Raveneau, who admitted to having a “gay agenda” and wanting to be “advanced gay” when it comes to kids content. at Disney.

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Burke, who has a “pansexual” child and a transgender child, went on to say that she thinks “nobody stopped us because we were targeting Gen Z and Millennials.”

“We were targeting a younger, I think, more open-minded – and now we know, as my son texted me this morning, ‘Gen Z is 30-40% more queer than other generations, mom, so Disney better go with it,” the Disney executive added.

This isn’t the first time Burke has been seen in leaked video footage talking about the advancement of LGBTQIA2S+ content in children’s content.

A previously leaked video from the summit also shows Burke claiming that there aren’t enough main characters in Disney content who are “LGBTQIA.”

“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,” Burke said.

“And I went, ‘What? That can’t be true,’” she added. “And I realized it was true. 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.

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