Families visiting Disneyland recently were in for a surprise when they were met by one of the "Fairy Godmother's Apprentices."
Turns out it was a grown man with a mustache.
The Bibbidy Bobbidy Boutique is designed for young girls and offers "magical makeovers for royalty-in-training ages 3 to 12."
The task for these "Fairy Godmother Apprentices" is to help young girls select their princess dresses and get princess makeovers.
The video of the man working the entrance to the boutique shows him taking a little girl by the hand and inputting information into a tablet device.
Disney has a man in a dress working in the dress store for little girls at Disneyland. This is who Disney wants girls to see when they first walk in to pick out a dress. pic.twitter.com/Ta2dwyAaSa— Jason Jones (@jonesville) May 30, 2023
Other videos of the Disney employee show him moving about the facility sprinkling what appears to be pixie dust on park attendees from a wand.
Disney used to have a strict policy when it came to grooming standards for men and women. Now, they do not appear to differentiate between the two and allow facial hair and tattoos on male employees, within certain standards.
Rule changes to be more "inclusive" were made in 2022, as Inside the Magic reported that "Boutique Cast Members were formerly called 'Fairy Godmothers in Training' but will now be called 'Fairy Godmother's Apprentices,' according to an update on Disneyland Resort and Walt Disney World Resort's websites.
"This change is more gender inclusive and will allow Cast Members who don't identify as female to participate in magical Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique makeovers.
"This is just one of the many ways Disney is trying to push more inclusivity. Recently Disney changed the opening to the fireworks shows as they removed the phrase 'Ladies and Gentlemen, boys and girls.' Disney Cast Members also have a less strict dress code as it, too, has become more gender-inclusive."
Amidst losing millions of Disney+ subscribers, firing Bob Chapek to bring back the man who started it all Bob Iger, live-action remakes of movies no one wants, mishandling Lucasfilm to the point of losing billions and creating a 'woke' Marvel universe that has lost millions of fans, it is safe to say that Disney is committed to promoting their gender ideologies regardless what their customer base otherwise may prefer.
James Lasher is Staff Writer for Charisma Media.
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