(RepublicanInformer.com)- Disney is bowing to far-left extremists, announcing that all staff at its theme parks will wear “gender inclusive” costumes.
As if children have any idea about the radical transgender movement or their theories about gender fluidity.
Josh D’Amaro, the Disney Parks chairman, announced on Tuesday in a blog post that they were making the change.
“We want our guests to see their own backgrounds and traditions reflected in the stories, experiences and products they encounter in their interactions with Disney,” he said.
The blog posts, titled “A Place Where Everyone Is Welcome,” didn’t describe how people weren’t welcome before the change was made.
If Disney World and Disneyland parks weren’t already making everybody welcome, wouldn’t they be at the center of a historically large lawsuit?
“And we want our cast members – and future cast members – to feel a sense of belonging at work,” he added in the post.
The changes will come into place on April 30 when Disneyland and Disney California Adventure reopen as the COVID-19 pandemic comes to an end.
If you were planning on taking a visit, here’s what you should expect to be different:
– All references to gender have been completely removed from the employee dress code handbook, so staff can wear whatever outfit they like.
– Men are no longer required to have short hair.
– Male staff may now wear nail polish.
– Tattoos can be on display – but Disney still draws the line at face, head, or neck tattoos.
According to D’Amaro, the updated guidelines help the brand “remain relevant in today’s workplace” and also enable their cast members to “better express their cultures and individuality at work.”
D’Amaro didn’t address the fact that staff are meant to be expressing Disney culture and sometimes even looking like Disney characters, rather than looking like themselves.
Oh, and it’s not the first woke move that Disney has taken recently either. You might remember how Disney completely transformed the famous “Splash Mountain” ride over faux outrage about the use of “Song of the South” references – a legendary Disney film from 1946.
The Jungle Cruise ride will also be different, with Disney recently decommissioning the ride while they remove any stereotypes about native people…but stereotypes about European characters will remain.
If you’re looking for a fun and woke-free experience for your children, Disney theme parks may not be your best option anymore.