The entertainment giant hired Seann Altman, a "genderfluid" TikTok influencer, to promote its Minnie Mouse clothing line for little girls. The transgender's video were posted on the Disney Style TikTok account that promotes "Disney-inspired makeup and outfit tutorials, DIY projects and all things Disney art and fashion," and boasts of more than 260,000 followers.
The dress-up video, first reported by the @LeftismForU account on X (formerly Twitter), involved Altman wearing clothes and accessories and styling his hair to look like Minnie Mouse. He first put on a red dress, followed by a white petticoat, yellow high-heeled shoes and a belt.
Altman then added artificial buns to his hair to simulate the cartoon character's signature ears, and topped it off with the character's signature red bow. "I literally look like Minnie Mouse," he gleefully remarked.
An Aug. 9 En-Volve piece commented on Altman's video: "Disney is once again pushing the hardcore, groomer, transgender agenda on little kids – this time by teaming up with a man claiming to be a woman to sell clothing to little girls. Disney has become an active member of the groomer left trying to expose children to adult sexual activity."
Even Disney's theme parks promote this transgenderism to sell clothes, as evidenced by a viral video of a mustached cast member at the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique in Disneyland. The male "fairy godmother's apprentice" named Nick wore a blue and purple dress. He offered to show young girls around the California theme park's boutique and help them "make their selections for the day." (Related: Fairy DRAG-mother: Cross-dressing man selling dresses to girls in Disneyland, the WOKEST place on Earth.)
Cast members assigned to the boutique such as Nick were previously dubbed "Fairy Godmothers in Training," but this was later changed to "Fairy Godmother's Apprentices." Disney explained that the change was made so that "cast members that might not identify as female can still be part of the process to dress up and style the children without having to refer to themselves as a female Disney character."
Disney is no stranger to men wearing women's clothes, as the company explicitly stated its intent to push more LGBT propaganda on children. In fact, it has recruited drag queens and other gender-confused groomers for this purpose.
Back in June 2021, Disney hired drag performer Nina West – Andrew Robert Levitt in real life – to participate in an LGBT Pride concert for children. The Disney+ concert titled "This Is Me: Pride Celebration Spectacular" featured West and his fellow drag performer Jackie Cox. Both Cox and West appeared on the reality program "RuPaul's Drag Race."
Aside from the two drag performers, gender-fluid singer Alex Newell and gender non-binary performer Jesse James Keitel also graced the concert. The "This Is Me" concert reportedly featured performances of notable Disney tunes reinterpreted through an LGBT lens.
Almost two years after appearing in the "This Is Me" concert, West later attended the May 8 world premiere of "The Little Mermaid." The drag performer showed up at the premiere held at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles wearing a neon green wig and bodysuit, violet lipstick and a dress.
West also cavorted with actress Melissa McCarthy, who played the antagonist in the movie. McCarthy herself admitted that her portrayal of Ursula the Sea Witch was inspired by drag queens.
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