Disney’s production coordinator behind ‘Queer Stories’ says kids are getting the message from the media

Disney employees are aware of the power their media empire wields over children in the United States.

Allen March, production coordinator at Disney, spoke in a videoconference with other company employees about the “queer stories” coming out of the media titan’s library. The video surfaced via writer Christopher F. Rufo.

March described the effects that bisexual, trans and other sexual orientations in children’s media could have in showing children what is “normal”.

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Children, March said, “get all this information from the media,” which he pointed out has “a lot of power.”

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“All of this content is for kids who don’t know any of this stuff,” March said during the video call. “And even if they’re in a household…that has supportive parents, they still get all this information from the media about what’s normal.”

The call appeared to be an official company communication with a “Reimagine Tomorrow” banner on screen.

This is just the latest in a series of leaked communications between Disney employees about sexuality in corporate content.

A screen displays the logo and a stock symbol of The Walt Disney Company on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York on December 14, 2017. (REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/Reuters Photos)

Videos posted to Twitter on Tuesday by an investigative reporter appear to show several disney officials pushing a progressive LGBT agenda on employees as the company finds itself in the middle of a political storm over the parental rights bill, HB 1557in Florida.

In videos posted by Rufo, Disney officials can be seen speaking to employees at an “everybody” meeting about the Florida bill recently signed into law by Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis and claiming that some Disney teams have implemented an openly “gay” program. “

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Some families across the country are reconsidering their positions on Disney regarding movies, streaming services, theme parks and other offerings from the entertainment and media conglomerate.

That’s partly because Disney CEO Bob Chapek opposed the Parental Rights in Education Bill.

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Florida teachers are prohibited by law from teaching students in kindergarten through third grade about gender identity and sexual orientation. Initially, Chapek didn’t take a public stance on the law, but some people believe he eventually gave in to a minority of extreme left “workers” upset by the new law.