Disney has debuted over 50 items as part of the new Rainbow Disney Collection in honor of Pride month! Remember, you can find several of the Disneyland items like the T-shirt above available for Walt Disney World, too. Baseball cap choices include the Mickey Mouse Heart Hands cap. While the collection is available at shopDisney. Will you be picking up an item from the Disney Rainbow Collection? Please let us know with a comment!
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5 Signs That Disney Has Supported Gay Rights For Over 2 Decades
Tags: Relationships , AIDS , business , Central Florida , Disney , equality , florida , gay , lesbian , lgbt , man , network , networking , night , Orlando , Pride , together , watermark , youth. The Walt Disney Company is currently ranked one of the Top 50 Companies for Diversity by DiversityInc, a media group dedicated to promoting the business value of diversity-management initiatives. In addition to meetings, volunteer projects and networking events, we provide resources to Cast on our intranet, which helps us grow and strengthen our support network. In what ways does the PRIDE group participate in that involvement and why is it important for Disney to have such a significant presence at such events? Our Cast Members are an important part of the fabric of all aspects of our community. The Come Out With Pride parade and festivities highlight the diversity and richness of Central Florida and Disney is proud to celebrate alongside our fellow residents and businesses.
Gay Days at Walt Disney World
This has been received with exuberance among liberals and other gay rights supporters and has come as a shock to most. While Disney and its subsidiaries have held a longstanding reputation of being socially conservative perhaps stemming from Walt Disney's devout religious beliefs and conservative political stance , a closer look at the history of Disney shows that the company may have been sporting a gay rights agenda for over two decades. Since Disney World hosted its first annual Gay Days in , it has grown to become one of the largest gay pride events in the world, with over , LGBT attendees each year.
Editor's note: Sally Kohn is a progressive activist, columnist and television commentator. Follow her on Twitter: sallykohn. I wrote about how pathetic it is that historically, most Oscar-winning directors and producers have been white men — and how this reflects implicit bias more broadly in Hollywood and our society in general.