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"Dear step-planDisney (Step)Moms: So I see Disney opposed a law against teaching 5-8 years about sexual lifestyles. With that in mind, when is the best age to first take my kids to Walt Disney World?" - Madelyn Martin, Topeka KS
Hi, Mad. 27.
Now that Elon Musk has bought Twitter, he may have a few billion left over to buy Disney. Should he?
"Hey Walt, should Elon Musk buy Disney?"
Submitted by B.C., J.V., J.D'A., & B.I., Various locations, USA
Thanks for asking.
The idea of Disney keeping their independence and influence from a parent company has always appealed to me. It allowed for Disney to maintain their status as the head of the pack when it came to family entertainment. They were on the cutting ...
Chapek: "I wrote the script myself."
REEDY CREEK, FL -- There's a new stage show coming soon to the Walt Disney World Resort & Spa & Alternative Lifestyle Exploration Center! In a new bid to drive the Disney Company into the ground and keep California's lights on, the Forecourt Stage at Cornelius (formerly Cinderella) Castle (she's a dude now) will host a cavalcade of Disney characters dressed in rainbow colors, all chanting and singing nothing but the word "gay" for 25 minutes!
Oh, there will still be "bears."
MAGIC KINGDOM, FL -- The Walt Disney World Resort and Spa and Center for Societal Change has announced a new project, sure to excite parents of all genders! Disney is continuing its current project (called "Woke Kingdom," according to insiders) by re-theming the beloved attraction Country Bear Jamboree.
We caught up with Disney (the company) spokesbeing Jun Disney (no relation) to find out more.
"This is just one more step in solving all of the world's problems! ...
This stance is "just as likely to be popular as the last one!"
BR'ER BANK, CA -- The Disney Company has taken a beating recently over its political stances. Once the most trusted name in family entertainment, a recent poll shows that level of trust down to 54% overall. With some subgroups, the trust in Disney's programming is as low as 23%.
"Our leaders are a bit confused," says Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation). "All we did was push back hard ...