Tragic Kingdom: Men in Drag Are Now Greeting Kids At Disney's Princess Boutiques

Brittany M. Hughes | August 28, 2023
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Cinderfella, indeed.

Perhaps it’s the worker shortage caused by Joe Biden’s economic policies and long-term fallout from the left’s overreaction to COVID, but it seems Disney’s found itself hard-pressed to find enough pretty women to dress as princesses and fairy godmothers at their children’s theme parks. Either that, or the company has lost what little is left of its mind.

If you’re betting on the latter, the line for this House of Funhouse Mirrors and Abject Horror starts behind me.

Photos published by Libs of TikTok over on Twitter/X show multiple - as in, more than one - grown men dressed as female characters greeting children at their amusement parks. One man, complete with a beard and beer gut, was seen clad in a dress and headscarf speaking with park-goers outside the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique, a salon for children ages ages 3 to 12 that transforms them into princesses and knights, per the park’s website.

Nauseatingly, it’s not the first time a dude in drag has been spotted working at the company’s iconic attractions. Back in June, a male Disneyland employee sporting a mustache and dressed as a 'Fairy Godmother's apprentice' was filmed welcoming guests to the salon, telling one little girl that his name was “Nick” and he was “here to shop you around and make all your selections for the day.”

Related: Disney Partners With 'Genderfluid' Grown Man To Sell Clothes For Little Girls

At the time, Disneyland reportedly changed boutique employees’ titles from “Fairy Godmothers In Training” to “Fairy Godmothers’ Apprentices” to be more “inclusive” to non-binary people who don’t want to identify as a female character, saying in a statement, “This way, cast members that might not identify as female can still be part of the process to dress up & style the children without having to refer to themselves as a female Disney character.”

These freaks shouldn’t be anywhere near children, much less in charge of dressing them up. Then again, Disney stopped caring about the wellbeing of children a long time ago.

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