Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Beware of Disney Themeparks on June 5.

I've mentioned OneMillionMoms before but once again, I feel compelled to share this information with you.  One thing about society in general that bugs me is special treatment for one group but not all groups.  It seems that time and time again, special considerations are made for certain groups of people, but not for others.  It seems that Disney is now making these special considerations for gays and homosexuals.  Please hear my heart and know that I have no ill feelings towards these people.  In fact, I have some very good friends that participate in this lifestyle.  I am not judging them in the slightest, I simply want people to be treated fairly in this situation and I wish Disney would do the same. 

Please read the following email directly from OneMillionMoms and decide if your family will be visiting Disney parks on June 5. 

"As soon as school lets out at the end of May, many families will plan to take their family vacation right away. Tens of thousands will make reservations in Orlando, FL for the first weekend in June. Beware! Not everyone there will be excited, innocent children anticipating a fun weekend at Disney World. The first Saturday in June, homosexuals will be at the Magic Kingdom with an agenda and purpose other than what would be expected at Disney.
Homosexuals will be celebrating the 20th anniversary of Gay Day wearing matching Gay Day merchandise, such as T-shirts. There will also be transvestites dressed in drag showing their support for the event. This event is planned with the intent to expose and desensitize children to this lifestyle by same-sex couples holding hands, hugging and kissing. In short, a Gay Day participant's main goal is to be seen versus seeing Disney World.
Exactly one month from today on June 5 unsuspecting families will witness a well-orchestrated event that Disney says they have no control over. Disney has taken no action to stop this which leaves families stunned and offended. So instead of a normal day at this popular theme park, parents will be angry at the harm this causes families.
Disney requires special events like Grad Night and Night of Joy (Christian event) to be held after regular operating hours to avoid having a large group of like-minded people in the park at the same time with regular patrons who expect a normal day at the Magic Kingdom. Why would Gay Day be any different? Why does it get special treatment? Disney has been irresponsible for far too long.
Take Action:
Please click on the following link to send your email to Disney's CEO and other Disney officials urging the park to hold Gay Day after regular operating hours. Disney should also monitor this day and event to require proper conduct, public displays of affection and dress code. This should always be policed, but especially if Gay Day is not held after hours."

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