In show of ‘solidarity,’ Disney introduces new LGBTQ+ clothing line for young children, babies

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The Walt Disney corporation this week has added some new merch to its array of signature branded products: LGBTQ+ wearables and accessories for kids.

“The clothing line features the rainbow Pride flag printed on T-shirts, baby clothes, bracelets, sweaters, socks, backpacks and other items,” Fox Business reported.

“Several products incorporate the flag’s colors with fictional Disney characters such as Mickey Mouse. Pride-themed Star Wars, Marvel, and Pixar selections are also available. The items are sold at Disney retail shops, the ‘shopDisney’ online store and all of Disney’s theme parks,” the news outlet explained.

Disney has made similar children’s apparel for about four years, “but the clothing line was renamed this year from the ‘Rainbow Disney Collection’ to the ‘Disney Pride Collection,'” Fox Business added.

As part of a lengthy statement, the multinational entertainment conglomerate explained that “The Disney Pride Collection was created by LGBTQIA+ employees and allies at The Walt Disney Company and is a reflection of their incredible contributions and place at the heart of the company. We stand in solidarity with our LGBTQIA+ community everywhere.”

“The Walt Disney Company will be donating all of our profits from the Disney Pride Collection sales now through June 30, 2022 to organizations that support LGBTQIA+ youth and families,” the announcement added.

Disney is an organization that has condemned Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill, the provisions for which have been widely distorted in the media.

Under pressure from its progressive employees, the very woke company that was formerly regarded by many as family-friendly and non-political wants the law repealed or reversed in court.

The bill, which Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law in late March 2022, among other things bans sexual orientation and gender identity classroom content in grades K-3.

To level the playing field with all other state businesses, the Florida legislature, under DeSantis’ leadership, recently passed a law that revoked the special self-governing, self-taxing status of Orlando-based Disney World, effective June 1, 2023.

“Disney World’s previously held special status, which began in 1967, let the megaresort essentially function as its own municipal government. Although the theme park is sandwiched between two counties, it operated as a special zone — known as the Reedy Creek Improvement District….Through that status, the company saved millions of dollars annually in fees and taxes, according to experts,” The New York Times has explained.

DeSantis has said that he wants the state, rather than the neighboring counties, to take control of the enclave.

Traditionally, the left was skeptical, if not hostile, to corporate America. Now, the left is corporate America.

Some Twitter users are implying that Disney is metaphorically committing a wardrobe malfunction. Here is just a sample of the response (*warning for language):

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