Teaching children about Critical Race Theory or about sexual or gender issues, including sexual functionality of their body parts, is overboard as Governor Ron DeSantis of Florida is proclaiming. DeSantis and the Democratic Party are embroiled in a huge fight in this culture war.
Meanwhile, Disney executives don’t seem to understand the new law in Florida. The governor does not want school teachers to discuss matters about the LGBTQ community, or subjects relating to the topic of Critical Race Theory. Instead, like most rational people, he and the legislature overwhelmingly agree to leave such subject matter to be discussed with parents of these children up to 3rd grade.
Let me start by saying this common sense is not common. We are born as a boy or girl when we are conceived in God’s loving eye in our mother’s womb. Yet the situation comes up where all of a sudden these children grow up finding themselves wanting to change their gender. Instead of addressing the relatively few people who are not born with genitals or body attributes that fully identify a male or a female, we are destroying the concept of what the vast majority of people fall under: a heterosexual attraction between man and woman. Now there are people whom are attracted sexually and romantically to the same sex, but this is NOT the issue; in fact it is abhorrent to suggest any action other than acceptance for such relationships. But the real issue is sexualizing children who, for the most part, do not feel any romantic or sexual-identity until they are at least in the fifth or sixth grade.
Now Disneyland has lost control of some employees. All of a sudden they want to make 50% of the characters in Disneyland stories whom are gay (or bisexual; liking either sex), and to even go far enough where they have operations and change their physical appearance body gestations. Again, this is where Disneyland had to get into a fight with how boys and girls are portrayed, and now are trying to use lawfare to ensure that they are not affected. When Disneyworld was originally built, the corporate office was deemed special law-making privileges that superceded Florida’s law to facilitate the ability to run the parks and attractions as efficiently as possible. However, Governor DeSantis and the legislature is going to take away their ability to govern them selves, as they should. Why on earth would Disneyland get involved with this idea? Here again common sense is not so common.