President of Disney General Entertainment, Karey Burke, recently announced her intention to include LGBTQ+ characters in upcoming projects. Her pledge comes in the wake of the controversial ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill, which bans teaching children about sexual orientation. ‘Queer’ is an acronym for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, and asexual. In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Burke explained that the ‘don’t say gay’ bill is a problem for Disney and she is committed to fixing it.
A Gallup poll recently revealed that the LGBTQ+ population is growing and that a majority of American children identify as LGBTQ+. As a result, a Disney executive has said she would like to see more LGBTQIA characters in her movies. As the diversity and inclusion manager of the Walt Disney Company, Burke also wants the company to eliminate the gender roles in their theme parks. As a result, Burke is advocating for more LGBTQIA characters.
While expressing support for a more diverse production, Burke echoes the demands of her fellow executives. Despite the law’s passage, she says Disney has a “not-so-secret” gay agenda. She wants a diverse cast of characters, including people of color and those of other racial minorities. Moreover, she has called for more diversity in the movies and TV shows, and she has said that she hopes that diversity will continue to be a priority.
Despite the law’s passage, the LGBTQ+ population is on the rise in the United States, and Disney executives have promised to implement more diversity into their productions by the end of the year. While it’s not yet clear exactly what that will mean, there is no doubt that it is a step in the right direction. In fact, it is more important than ever that the LGBTQ+ community is included in Disney’s productions, as well as all of its subsidiaries.
One of the major goals of the ‘Reimagine Tomorrow’ campaign of the Disney executives is to include more diversity in the cartoon world. The company has already promised to include more LGBT and racial minorities in its shows by the end of the year, as it has done in other areas of its marketing. However, a recent poll indicates that the LGBTQ+ population has grown by nearly 10% in the United States. By the end of the year, the Walt Disney Company has pledged to ensure that the diversity initiative does not come at the cost of the films.
Another executive at Disney wants more LGBTQIA characters in the company. The diversity and inclusion manager of the Disney corporation has stated that the company is committed to making more representation in its productions. In response to her comments, she has pledged to make the changes. Further, the president also said that she will eliminate the stereotypes imposed on LGBT+ people by 2022. ‘The company is a strong advocate for inclusivity.
The corporate president of Disney has promised to make more Disney characters of all backgrounds. A few months later, she revealed that she wants to include more LGBTQIA characters. In addition to this, she is pushing for racial and ethnic minorities to be represented in the cartoon. She also wants Disney to be more inclusive in its productions. It is an excellent start to increase diversity. Inclusion and representation of minority groups is essential for children’s entertainment.
The Hollywood Reporter reports that a Gallup poll shows a growing number of LGBTQIA people in the United States. While this is encouraging, she also points out that Disney has a history of promoting diversity and inclusion. The company’s commitment to diverse representation in its productions is a huge step forward for the future of Disney. And as a positive step for children and adults, the company is already showing the world that it’s working to improve the world.
After being a Disney executive for two decades, Burke has been vocal about the importance of representation and diversity in its products. She has a pansexual daughter, and a transgender son. She’s a proud Disney exec, and she supports a diverse Disney culture. While the company has been criticized for its lack of LGBT representation, she believes that a commitment to diversity will benefit all of its employees.