Thanks to the generosity of many supporters Florida Family Association contracted this aircraft company to fly a seven foot high banner for ten hours the day before and ten hours the day of Gay Pride Day at Disney World.
Friday, June 3rd the plane flew this banner which is shown at the above video link: “WARNING GAY DAY @DISNEY JUNE 4” from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.
Saturday, June 4th the plane will fly this banner: “WARNING GAY PRIDE DAY @DISNEY 2DAY” from 7:00 am to 5:00 pm.
30,000 children along with their unsuspecting parents will be confronted with the reality of witnessing over 15,000 Gay Pride Day revelers when they enter the Magic Kingdom on June 4, 2011.
Disney should require this event to be held after regular operating hours.
Florida Family Association has had a team attend several past Gay Days at Disney where numerous families were seen entering the park only to promptly exit after witnessing the same-sex revelry. Unfortunately, these thousands of families have already:
* Exposed their children to same-sex revelry.
* Spent hundreds of dollars on admission tickets.
* Paid for parking.
* Spoiled a day planned for fun.
* Purchased Disney food and novelties.
Florida Family Association wants to warn these families about this offensive event before they arrive at the Magic Kingdom on Saturday. This airplane banner is our best effort to accomplish that goal.
"We need to be seen in the heart of America's playground." A Gay Day Patron told the FFA photographer.
Many Gay Day patrons wore shirts that promoted homosexuality (top left photo), kissed, hugged and groped in very public places (bottom left photo) and dressed in drag (bottom right photo) all to the curiosity of tens of thousands of children (top right photo).
Why would Disney allow Gay Day to take place during regular operating hours at the expense of offending tens of thousands of unsuspecting guests when they require other special events to be held after normal operating hours? Disney requires special events like Grad Night and Night of Joy to be held after the Magic Kingdom's regular operating hours. Disney does this to avoid having a large group of likeminded people in the park at the same time with regular patrons who expect a normal day at the Magic Kingdom.
Florida Family Association has asked Disney officials to require Gay Day to be held after hours, like Grad Night or Night of Joy, to avoid offending unsuspecting families who traveled thousands of miles expecting a normal day.
We have prepared an email for you to send to encourage Disney officials to require Gay Day to be held after regular operating hours.
To send your email, please click the following link, enter your name and email address then click the "Send Your Message" button. You may change the wording in the message.
Please click here to send your email to Robert Iger, Disney CEO and other Disney officials.