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ORLANDO, FL — At a recent high-level Zoom meeting, a director of the Walt Disney Company vowed that at least 50 percent of all new characters the company creates will be for animated and live-action moves and future television content. from members of “underrepresented groups” such as the LGBTQ and minority communities.
In addition, Disney has implemented other measures to maximize inclusivity, including the elimination of gender-based terms, such as: “ladies and gentlemen” and “boys and girls” – when referring to their theme park guests. Instead, they are now referred to as: “dreamers” or “friends.”
At the meeting in question, General Entertainment President Karey Burke explained that her reasoning for these sweeping changes stems from the fact that she has two LGBTQ children, and said Disney needs to do more to be more inclusive.
“I’m here as a mother of two queer kids, actually one transgender kid and one pansexual kid, and also as a leader,” she said, visibly choked.
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Television Animation Executive Producer Latoya Raveneau also spoke about inclusiveness at the meeting, bragging that Disney will be “add queerness” to much of their future content.
“The leadership there was so welcoming to my not-so-secret gay agenda,” she said. “Wherever I could, I added queerness. Nobody would stop me and nobody tried to stop me.”
Disney has come under fire in the wake of its recent signing of the so-called “Don’t say gay” bill passed by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis banning public school educators from kindergarten through third grade from discussing gender identity or sexual orientation in class. Critics have said Disney — which has a significant presence in the Sunshine State through Disney World — hasn’t done enough to protest the law or protect its LGBTQ employees.
As a result, Disney CEO Bob Chapek apologized to the LGBTQ community last Friday for not attending “a stronger ally in the fight for equal rights.”
In addition, the company’s animation and live-action studios announced that they would include more gay characters in their movies and TV shows in the future; some parent groups have criticized these moves as: “commit to liberal politics.”