Please consider supporting Florida Family Association's fourth aircraft banner project that will warn thousands of families with young children about Gay Day at Disney planned for June 7, 2014 at the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, Florida. Click here to donate by PayPal, credit etc.
When homosexual activists deliberately target thousands of children with their agenda parents should be given the chance to protect their youngsters.
"We need to be seen in the heart of America's playground." A Gay Day at Disney patron told FFA's photographer.
Every year since 1991 Disney World in Orlando Florida has allowed thousands of LGBT minded people to hold a coming out event on the first Saturday of June.
The first Saturday in June is typically the first Saturday of summer break when thousands of children are in the Magic Kingdom.
This year Gay Day at Disney World will be held on Saturday, June 7, 2014.
Many Gay Day patrons wore shirts that promoted homosexuality (top left photo), kissed, hugged and groped in very public places (bottom left photo) and dressed in drag (bottom right photo) all to the curiosity of thousands of children (top right photo).
More Gay Day at Disney photos are posted at the bottom.
This event has been very offensive to the general public. A Disney official informed a Florida Family Association observer one year that they gave out 3,000 return passes just in the first two hours of the event.
It appears that Gay Day at Disney intentionally targets the thousands of children who are a captured audience in America’s largest playground for the purpose of influencing their attitudes toward same-sex relationships. Disney’s official response to critics of Gay Day has been to erroneously pretend that they have nothing to do with Gay Day and have no control over who enters their park. Their position is contradicted by the facts posted at the bottom under the heading Disney's documented involvement with Gay Day at Disney. It appears from these facts that Disney knowingly allows the captured audience of unwarned families with children to be exposed to this event.
Because of this Florida Family Association is compelled to warn families using the best medium possible. Florida Family Association will hire, for the fourth year, an aircraft company to fly banners over and around Disney World in Orlando to warn families about Gay Day on June 7, 2014 if the additional funds are raised to cover the cost.
Florida Family Association has had a team attend many past Gay Days at Disney as far back as 1991. This team has routinely witnessed thousands of people enter the park after they paid for parking, tickets and novelties only to see the gay day revelry and leave the park before 1:00 pm.
This project begins with a conservative goal of raising $6,720 for 16 hours to pull the following banners during the respective days and hours along the Interstate 4 corridor where many of the larger hotels are located and where travelers exit for the Magic Kingdom:
Friday, June 6, 2014 from approximately 9:00 am to 7:00 pm "WARNING GAY DAY AT DISNEY 6/7."
Saturday, June 7, 2014 from approximately 7:00 am to 1:00 pm “WARNING GAY DAY AT DISNEY 2DAY.”
The primary goal is to warn families before they expose their children to Gay Day’s same-sex revelry and before they pay Disney for parking and admission. If more than $6,720 is raised above the regular operating budget as happened in 2011, 2012 and 2013 more hours will added to the schedule. Approximately, $4,303 has been raised thus far which will be used exclusively for this project. Regular operating funds will not be used for this effort.
If you would like to make a special gift toward this project it will be strictly designated for this event.
Click here to make a designated gift by PayPal, credit/debit card or checking that will be used exclusively (100%) for this project. Donations may also be mailed to Florida Family Association, PO Box 46547, Tampa, FL 33646-0105. All funds for this project are raised above and separate from the operating budget for all other issues. Donations are tax deductible and confidential.
Disney's documented involvement with Gay Day at Disney.
Disney’s official response to critics of Gay Day has been to erroneously pretend that they have nothing to do with Gay Day and have no control over who enters their park. The following facts clearly contradict Disney’s position.
Disney has prohibited drag queens from entering Disney World since Gay Day 1991 when even the mainstream media reported in a negative light the estimated 1,800 cross dressers in the park with children. Yet, Disney continues to allow thousands of people to wear shirts promoting various alternative lifestyles.
Dozens of gang members visiting Disneyland in California have been evicted after entering the park wearing gang colors according to Kenneth Green, Director of Corporate Communications. He said the company was concerned the groups might intimidate or invoke fear in the hearts of regular patrons. So, Disney can see where a dozen people wearing gang colors might be offensive to regular families but not thousands of same-gender revelers wearing shirts that flaunt and promote LGBT behavior.
Disney provided group discount tickets with a different colored Mickey logo for Gay Day Patrons.
Disney paid personnel to hand out pamphlets to Gay Day patrons informing them of organized Gay Day activities.
Disney paid personnel to greet Gay Day patrons at the front gate.
Disney recruited employees to be guides for groups of Gay Day patrons.
Disney gave away Disney tea shirts to people who complained that they did not know that the red shirt they innocently wore meant they supported Gay Day.
The State of Florida does NOT prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.
Disney has clearly played a role in helping to sponsor this event for years and allows activities they could otherwise prevent. Disney has the right to prohibit people from entering the park with tee shirts that promote LGBT behavior but deliberately chooses to allow this to occur in the midst of thousands of children.
So why doesn’t Disney and Gay Day organizers want their own unique Gay Day bash at Disney World after the park closes when regular guests won’t be offended and Gay Day patrons can do as they please? The answer is they both want to impact a captured audience of tens of thousands of children.
Disney requires other unique events like Grad Night and Night of Joy to be held after regular operating hours. Disney does this to avoid having a large group of likeminded people in the park at the same time with regular patrons who expect a normal day at Disney World.
Gay Day at Disney photos
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