Christians object to Disney’s “Gay Day”

Walt would spin in his grave.

An anti-gay Christian group is spending $7,000 to fly planes over Orlando, Fla., dragging giant banners that read, “Warning Gay Day at Disney.” The campaign is part of the group’s boycott and protest of the annual event.

Florida Family Association claims thousands of people enter the park each year during “Gay Day” only to turn around and leave when they realize gay people and same-sex couples are present. The group says it wants Disney to reschedule Gay Day at night after the park closes.

Heavens to purgatory, gay people exist and they go out in public. Quickly, lock up your families so they aren’t exposed to the horror.

The Florida Family Association says patrons of the event wear T-shirts that “promote homosexuality” and dress in drag. The groups also charges that gay couples publicly kiss, hug and grope each other – behavior the group’s leaders believe will turn children gay if they witness it.

Shocking! Gay people daring to show affection for one another in public. Not only do they have the audacity to exist but now they aren’t even cringing in shame at they own gayness. What is the world coming to?

Why do Disney allow this?

The six-day Pride celebration draws about 160,000 people, who spend an estimated $150 million, to the area to celebrate. Thousands of the event’s participants visited Walt Disney’s Magic Kingdom on June 4.

Oh yes, two incomes, no dependents. That means that they have money to spend. But surely Disney don’t want to take the gay money, won’t it turn them gay?

/sarcasm.

On a positive note I think that it is great that the Christian Right are helping to advertise this event. After all it originated as a way to raise awareness of gay issues and to highlight that non-hetero people exist and aren’t just going to disappear because some people can’t accept the fact.

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2 responses to “Christians object to Disney’s “Gay Day”

  1. HC

    More tiresome flimflam about a small portion of people supposedly representing the larger contingent. Christians exist. Gays exist. I’m fine with both. There are even … gay Christians. Frankly, I’m not sure how you can speak of intolerance in a blog that positively swims in it.

    This blog and its predecessor were a whole lot more interesting before your hang-ups took over.

  2. Christians exist. Gays exist. I’m fine with both. There are even … gay Christians.

    Good for you HC.

    Frankly, I’m not sure how you can speak of intolerance in a blog that positively swims in it.

    I’m saddened that you can’t see why it is worth while pointing out intolerance on a subject that I’m interested in on my blog.

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