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Multiple employees at the theme park spoke anonymously with The Daily Caller about a new DEI initiative that will begin with janitors who work in the Florida theme park and then roll out to other Disney employees. Photos shared by the sources showed that theme park and EPCOT employees can fill out a form with their preferred pronouns to have them added to their name pin by scanning a QR code.
“Hi everyone, we are excited to introduce pronoun name tags in our area!” the form says. “Pronoun name tags help us understand each other more and bring a positive impact within our community!”
The outlet noted that pronoun pins are still being used voluntarily, per their sources.
This was not the first gender identity-related initiative introduced into Disney theme parks. In May, a video of a male employee in a dress welcoming small children into the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique at Disneyland in California went viral, with many people expressing their outrage online.
“This is insane,” one Twitter user wrote, as The Daily Wire previously reported.
“Absolutely grooming. That is a moment for little girls. Mustache has no business there,” another account agreed.
“Disney is just an LGBT activist organization at this point,” a third commenter wrote. “Any sane company would have backed down by now. Disney keeps doubling down because it would rather engage in political activism than return value.”
Another viewer called the footage “disturbing and sick.”
In August, more images of different male Disney employees wearing dresses were shared by Libs of TikTok. “Disney has men dressed as women, wearing dresses greeting children at some of their attractions,” LOTT wrote in the X caption. “Received both of these this week from disturbed visitors.”
Disney Parks updated its uniform policy in 2021 to allow employees, or as they’re referred to in the park, “cast members,” to wear gendered clothing of their preference regardless of their biological sex.
“Inclusion is essential to our culture and leads us forward as we continue to realize our rich legacy of engaging storytelling, exceptional service, and Disney magic,” the statement about the policy change said in part.
This article has been revised for emphasis and clarity.