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Disney employees are aware of the power their media empire wields for children in the United States.
Allen March, a production coordinator at Disney, spoke in a video conference with other company employees about "queer stories" coming out of the media titan's library. The video surfaced via writer Christopher F. Rufo.
March described the effects that bisexual, trans and other sexual orientations in children's media could have to show kids what is "normal."
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Children, March said, are "getting all this information from the media," something he stressed has "a lot of power."
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"All this content is going to kids who don't know any of this," March said on the video call. "And even if they're in a household … that has supportive parents, they're still getting all this information from the media of what is normal."
The call appeared to be an official company communication with an on-screen "Reimagine Tomorrow" banner.
This is only the latest in a string of leaked communications between Disney employees on the subject of sexuality in the company's content.