Annual warning goes out: 'Gay Day' coming to Disney World

Thursday, May 29, 2014
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

Many people planning visits to the Magic Kingdom in Orlando this summer may wish to avoid one particular weekend if they want to avoid exposing their children to the homosexual lifestyle. 

Florida Family Association has been monitoring the annual "Gay Day" and takes an active role each year in warning the public.

FFA spokesman David Caton advises the day to avoid this year is Saturday, June 7. As many as 12,000 homosexuals, lesbians, bisexuals and transvestites will descend on Disney World, he says.

And they are there not just to enjoy themselves, but to celebrate their lifestyle in front of unsuspecting families who did not know in advance.

Caton, David (FFA)As many as 1,000 unsuspecting people have left within 30 minutes, says Caton, who warned about "Gay Day" at the Magic Kingdom in 2013 and in previous years as well.  

Many homosexuals wear red t-shirts identifying themselves as part of the culture, and there is no mistake that their behavior is offensive to parents and harmful to children.

Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, also warns the public about "Gay Days" in Orlando on his website.

LaBarbera also links to an article by homosexual activist Pete Werner. Werner advised families in 2006 to stay away from Magic Kingdom, citing the in-your-face antics of homosexuals while children were watching. He writes:

What once was a small group of well-meaning gay men and lesbians has grown – and in my opinion, deformed – into what is now nothing more than a vile spectacle of self indulgence and indecency.

Florida Family Association flies banners in the park area each year warning people of what is taking place. 

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