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This is your final warning: 'Gay Day' this weekend at Disney World

Charlie Butts   (OneNewsNow.com) Friday, June 06, 2014

A pro-family group in Florida wants to know why Disney doesn't hold its homosexual pride event after hours – the same as an annual Christian music concert.  

Families are being warned to consider staying away from the Magic Kingdom in Orlando, especially Saturday, when Orlando's annual "Gay Days" includes a visit to the Disney theme park by thousands of homosexuals.

David Caton of the Florida Family Association tells OneNewsNow that homosexuals, lesbians, bisexuals and transgender people will be in the park for "Gay Day."

"The event is very offensive," says Caton. "They wear t-shirts that promote the homosexual lifestyle. Some of them are pretty rude and crude."

Disney has allowed the annual event for many years but has pointed out in the past that it does not sponsor it.

Caton says the presence of so many homosexuals makes people uncomfortable, especially if they have children, and many families leave when they discover what their children are being exposed to.

In a recent story on "Gay Day," OneNewsNow noted that a homosexual once warned families to stay away due to the vulgarity on display at the Disney park. 

Caton, David (FFA)

Caton considers it strange that the park is open to homosexuals for the day when it is shut down at night for a Christian concert and another night for high school seniors.

Caton was referring to the annual "Night of Joy," which is September 5 and 6 at Magic Kingdom Park. The event requires a second ticket to attend. 

Since Disney will not require "Gay Day" to be held after hours, Caton concludes that the park wants "Gay Day" to "impact the social arena," noting that Disney has stated its goal is to influence children via its theme park.

As it had done in the past, Florida Family Association has hired planes to fly in the area with banners alerting people that the park will be crowded with homosexuals. 

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