Americans are turned off by the Walt Disney Corporation’s crusade to indoctrinate children with explicit concepts about sex and sexuality, according to a new poll out Tuesday.
The Trafalgar Group found in its National Issues Survey on Disney, which was sponsored by the Convention of States Action, that more than 68 percent of Americans are less likely to do business with the entertainment conglomerate after video footage leaked of Disney executives bragging about targeting the minds of its young consumers with sexual content. More than 69 percent said they were likely to support “family-friendly alternatives.”
The Trafalgar Group was among the most accurate polling firms to predict the outcomes of the last two presidential elections.
Last month, Disney became the target of controversy after videos surfaced of its corporate leadership pledging to promote a “not-at-all-secret gay agenda.”
“Our leadership over there has been so welcoming to my, like, not-at-all-secret gay agenda,” said Latoya Raveneau, an executive producer for Disney Television in a video published by the City Journal’s Christopher Rufo. “I was just, wherever I could, just basically adding queerness. … No one would stop me and no one was trying to stop me.”
The company’s efforts to publicly embrace radical concepts of sex fluidity have only escalated in the aftermath of Florida Republicans passing a new parental rights bill, which bars educators from teaching on topics inappropriate for children in kindergarten through third grade in the classroom.
Disney condemned the law — which was dubbed by leftists as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, completely false framing that was quickly adopted by allies in the media — as its theme parks, including Orlando’s Magic Kingdom, erase sex distinctions and California employees protest.
As Disney’s corporate executives rail against Florida Republicans, the company has simultaneously expanded operations in openly homophobic countries where being gay is punishable by death. While constantly grandstanding for the woke crusade in the United States, the company also routinely caves to Chinese censorship.
One family-friendly alternative to Disney theme park vacations proposed by Federalist Executive Editor Joy Pullmann last week: Dollywood.