It appears that Disney has teamed up with controversial TikTok influencer Seann Altman who cross-dresses in a tutorial video targeting children. In just 73 seconds, Altman shows how to dress as Minnie Mouse.
In April 2023, Bud Light sparked controversy after partnering with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney to celebrate Mulvaney’s one-year anniversary of “womanhood.” Bud Light produced beer cans to honor Mulvaney’s transition from male to female.
Anheuser-Busch, the parent company of Bud Light, announced it has begun significant layoffs following the nationwide backlash and boycotts against the company. The beer company has laid off roughly 350 employees. It’s unclear if more layoffs are incoming as company sales have tanked. So far, Anheuser-Busch has reportedly fired 2% of its U.S. workforce, primarily in corporate and marketing roles. (Trending: Trump Releases ‘Ad of the Year’)
@seannaltman #ad Minnie is ME! I fit right in with Mickey and his friends! @disneystyle #mickeyfriendsstaytrue #Disney100 #grwm #ootd #minniemouse #disneyoutfits #disneycosplay ♬ original sound – Seann Altman
“Minnie is ME! I fit right in with Mickey and his friends!” Altman wrote as the caption. “I literally look like Minnie Mouse!” he excitedly says.
Disney is reportedly in rough shape and struggling with serious financial problems in 2023 after going “woke.” The company notoriously took a stand against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis and supported school instructors who decide to teach children below grade three about sexual orientation and gender identity without parental involvement.
Corporate president Karey Burke vowed to target kids by changing 50% of all Disney characters to be “LGBTQIA and racial minorities.” A financial analyst with Valliant Renegade estimated that Disney has lost nearly $1 billion during the release of eight movies from June 2022 to June of this year.
“Disney is bleeding out at the box office,” the analyst explained. Disney’s movies cost $2.75 billion to produce, but the market only returned $1.86 billion. This resulted in a staggering loss of $890 million. The movies include “Lightyear,” “Thor: Love and Thunder,” “Strange World,” “Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” “Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,” “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3,” “The Little Mermaid,” and “Elemental.”
Altman describes himself as gay and gender-fluid, but uses the pronouns “he/him,” according to his Instagram profile. (Trending: FBI Caught Lying For Hunter Biden)
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The Walt Disney Company and Disney Parks, Experiences and Products did not respond to a request for comment.
An investigative report in April from the NY Post explored why top-level executives at major companies like Nike and Anheuser-Busch are pushing brand endorsements to controversial social media influencers like Dylan Mulvaney. If companies fail to include such endorsements, they risk losing their valuable “social credit score” in the Corporate Equality Index (CEI).
The CEI is reportedly overseen by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), which is the largest LGBTQ+ political lobbying group in the world. George Soros’ Open Society Foundation has also funneled millions into HRC.
The social credit score can play a critical role in what makes or breaks a business. Businesses can reach a maximum of 100 total points and earn the title “Best Place To Work For LGBTQ Equality.” Last year, 15 out of the top 20 Fortune-ranked companies received 100% ratings.
In order to receive a high score, businesses must consider the following categories: “Workforce Protections,” “Inclusive Benefits,” “Supporting an Inclusive Culture,” “Corporate Social Responsibility and Responsible Citizenship.” Businesses that fail to meet the criteria lose points.