The Walt Disney Company used Disney+ This is me Gay Pride was held last year specifically to encourage children to support GLSEN, the gay and transgender activist group that promotes LGBTQ awareness in kindergarten through grade 12.
Disney+ This is me: an incredible celebration of pride It featured a number of drag queen artists who debuted on YouTube and Facebook last year, including MC Nina West, as well as gender-neutral celebrities. The show featured performances of popular Disney songs reimagined with LGBTQ themes.
During the special, Nina West (real name Andrew Levitt) encouraged viewers to support GLSEN (pronounced “shine”). “Disney+ is proud to support this great organization,” he said before directing viewers to the organization’s official website.
SHOCK: Disney+ has introduced a special transvestite queen for kids, encouraging kids from kindergarten to join the gender identity and trans activist organization GLSEN. pic.twitter.com/8HKTtGsusv
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GLSEN was founded by Kevin Jennings, a former Obama administration official.
Disney was recently criticized after leaked internal videos showed company leaders openly bragging about promoting an LGBTQ program for children.
The leaks came shortly after Disney declared war on Florida’s Educational Parental Rights Act, which outlawed the teaching of sexual and gender ideologies to children in kindergarten through third grade.
Disney CEO Bob Chapek bowed to pressure from a small group of employees who demanded that the company abandon its neutral stance on Florida law and become fully involved in LGBTQ activism.