Conservative social media torched Disney for allowing male employee with a mustache to wear a dress and make-up while hawking overpriced princess dresses to little girls.
A TikTok video that has gone viral with 7.7 million views, shows Nick, “one of the fairy godmother’s apprentices” at Disneyland’s Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, welcoming Kournti Farber’s young daughter to the pricey princes costume shop.
Nick, greets the young girl in a full face of make-up that accentuates his omnipresent brown mustache, along with a blue and purple dress, white stockings, and a pair of heeled shoes.
“So, my name is Nick, I am one of the fairy godmother’s apprentices,” he said to the child. “I’m here to shop you around and make all your selections for the day.”
Disney has a man in a dress working in the dress store for little girls at Disneyland. This is who Disney wants girls to see when they first walk in to pick out a dress. pic.twitter.com/Ta2dwyAaSa
— Jason Jones (@jonesville) May 30, 2023
From there, the girl is whisked away through the aisles princess costumes ranging from $250 to $450 a pop, selects a yellow gown from “Beauty and the Beast,” and is done up with a full face of make-up that rivals Nick’s own.
The backlash at the House of Mouse from conservative Twitter was swift and merciless.
“Oh god,” someone tweeted on Monday. “They ruined it the most magical place on earth with the [left’s] agenda.”
“Disney has a man in a dress working in the dress store for little girls at Disneyland,” another noted.
“This is who Disney wants girls to see when they first walk in to pick out a dress.”
“This fella will be hired by the Biden to run out nuke program by the end of the day…” Conservative commentator Dave Rubin remarked.
“What’s particularly interesting about this is how intentional it is,” he pointed out. “This is a dude with a mustache in a dress. Not a “trans” person.”
“Think how many real girls want that job at Disney and they gave it to him for a reason…”
Red State senior editor Brandon Morse sagely added, “May you never suffer the same destruction of your legacy that poor Walt has.”
While the right was righteously losing their minds over Disney targeting children with their “woke” agenda, a New York Times review of the live action version of “The Little Mermaid” made waves by complaining about the children’s flick’s lack of “kink.”
The New York Times wants “kink” in a movie made for children, and they’re sad that The Little Mermaid doesn’t have any of it. https://t.co/yg0xZvy99W
— Ian Miles Cheong (@stillgray) May 27, 2023
Reviewer Wesley Morris caused a social media uproar when he whined that $117 box office hit “is everything nobody should want in a movie.”
He described the Halle Bailey and Melissa McCarthy starer as “dutiful and defensive, yet desperate for approval.”
“It reeks of obligation and noble intentions,” he controversially continued. “Joy, fun, mystery, risk, flavor, kink — they’re missing.”
Journalist Ian Miles Cheong slammed the newspaper for printing Morris’ review over the weekend.
“The New York Times wants “kink” in a movie made for children, and they’re sad that The Little Mermaid doesn’t have any of it,” he tweeted.
“‘The New York Times’ showed their true colors when they faulted ‘The Little Mermaid’ (a children’s movie) for not having enough ‘kink,'” Outkick wrote.
“Believe left-wing publications when they tell you who they are … evil.”
“Not enough KINK?! In The Little Mermaid?” Someone else added.
“What do you want them to do, have Eric licking Ariel’s tail?? What does that even mean?”
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Meanwhile, in the home of the Magic Kingdom, an Orlando-base convention of “furries,” adults who dress up as anthropomorphic animal characters, explained that their annual event could not admit children under 18 due to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ Protection of Children Act.
Rolling Stone senior writer EJ Dickson blasted DeSantis for hampering the event by keeping kids safe from the less-than child-friendly event.
“Florida governor and GOP presidential nominee Ron DeSantis has successfully sucked the pleasure out of many of life’s little joys, from drag brunches to Disney adult TikTok,” she wrote last week.
“And thanks to the passage of SB 1438, or the Protection of Children Act, DeSantis may now be bringing the ax down on furries,” Dickson complained.
She did however acknowledge that a subset anthropomorphic animal obsessed deviants exist as a subset of the fandom, but tried to brush off that “many” of the aren’t interested in the sexual aspect.
“While it is true that there is a segment of furrydom that does treat it as a kink, it is not a representation of the wider community, and many furries do not view their interest in anthropomorphic creatures as sexual at all,” Dickson defended.
And said that though “many” people in the community allegedly don’t feel some type of way about their costumed counterparts, the conventions still manage to “cater” to those who do.
“Though many conventions do cater to the NSFW aspects of the furry fandom, they typically save such programming for later at night to ensure the rest of the con is family-friendly,” Dickson feebly claimed.
“Or cordon off adult vendors so they are not in full-view of other attendees.”