Shield your children's virgin eyes. The Florida Family Association purportedly spent over $7,000 on an airplane to pull banners alerting Disney World goers of "Gay Days." Their mission: warn people that they were about to be exposed to "the reality of witnessing over 15,000 Gay Pride Day revelers." How dare a major tourist attraction tolerate alternative lifestyles during normal business hours? It's Mickey and Minnie, after all, not Mickey and Donald. According to the FFA:
"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."
Somehow I don't think they'd be boycotting a bunch of drunk high-school seniors bombarding the park if "Grad Night" was ever held during the day, because they also say people "turn around and leave" when they find out that gays have taken over the Magic Kingdom, a land otherwise brimming with fairies, princesses, singing woodland creatures, and other not-at-all-queer imagery,