Grooming: Disney's New Swag Proves Company Is Pushing Kids Towards LGBTQ+ Lifestyle

By Seth Cutler | Saturday, 21 May 2022 15:45

As companies across corporate America get the rainbows ready for their favorite virtue-signaling profit suck of the year, Pride Month, Disney has revealed a new LGBTQ Pride children’s collection of merchandise.

Disney’s website boasts the Disney Pride Collection, with rainbow backpacks, sippy cups, and toddler t-shirts. Does your child like Star Wars or Spider-Man yet want to be an LGBTQ advocate? Don’t worry, all of their favorite Star Wars and Marvel merchandise now has rainbow Pride design options. Disney even guarantees your pets can be Pride advocates with rainbow pet collars and leashes.

“The Walt Disney Company will be donating all of our profits from The Disney Pride Collection sales now through June 30, 2022, to organizations supporting LGBTQIA+ youth and families,” Disney declared. These profits will be donated to various organizations to include advocate programs for LGBTQ education in schools and backing for transgender children.

After the passage of Ron Desantis’ Parental Rights in Education bill, HB-1557, prohibiting discussions regarding sexuality— heterosexual or homosexual— in Florida classrooms, Disney’s CEO apologized for not being a “stronger ally” to the LGBTQ community.


Despite recent polling revealing that 68 percent of Americans are “less likely to do business with Disney” due to their sexual politics, Disney proceeds to go full-steam ahead on their LGBTQ woke agenda.

The Ali Forney Center (AFC), for instance, “is the largest organization working to care for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning youths who have been rejected by their families and thrown out into the streets because of their identity. AFC provides housing, mental healthcare, and a host of other supports to help LGBTQ youth heal from the trauma of family rejection and the harms of street homelessness.


Operating across 18 sites that serve over 2,000 young people a year, AFC is a leading provider ensuring that the most vulnerable members of the LGBTQ community have the necessary resources and support to thrive. Additionally, AFC also operates specialized training and advocacy in 10 countries and partners with 44 entities in the United States, helping communities build resources and support locally for LGBTQ youth facing homelessness due to family rejection. Funds raised through this collection will benefit the Ali Forney Center’s meal services which provide over 300,000 meals a year to homeless LGBTQ youth,” Disney wrote on their website.

GLSEN is another organization that “exists to create safe and affirming schools and learning environments for all K-12 students, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression, because no young person should have to choose between their well-being and an education.”