Disney removes 'problematic' character from meet-and-greets — and no, it's not the park's cross-dressing Evil Queen

Disney removes ‘problematic’ character from meet-and-greets — and no, it’s not the park’s cross-dressing Evil Queen

Disney has in recent years reportedly taken to having transvestites assume the roles of certain iconic female characters in its parks. Apparently, the company — growing increasingly synonymous with box office bombs — saw an opportunity to deprive actresses of at least one more female role at the Magic Kingdom: Tinker Bell.

Whereas the company evidently sees no issue with mustachioed men in dresses dealing with young children, it reportedly regards the fictional character from J.M. Barrie’s 1904 play “Peter Pan,” later made iconic in the 1953 Walt Disney film of the same name, as “problematic.”

Branding her as such on account of her interest in a member of the opposite sex and likely her femininity as well, Disney has effectively clipped Tinker

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