Is it the message of being yourself? The underdog and misfit lead characters? Or just the idea good will triumph over evil and there will be a happy ending? Thousands of LGBT people and their families regularly attend Gay Days at the Disney theme parks, where they wear red, have a good time and spread visibility for a company that has done very little in supporting them back — at least openly. There are some characters that Disney could have intended to be gay, or characters that use gay stereotypes or even just has a large gay following.
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It's happened over and over, a man and woman falling in love, but Disney has started to change that, particularly the man and woman aspect. Unfortunately, not every aspect of the LGBT community will be able to be represented due to a lack of characters within the Disney canon. Hopefully in the future there were be more representation within the company. Viewers may not remember the gay prince from The Princess Diaries 2 , and maybe that's because we don't actually get to see him in person. While Princess Mia is looking through pictures of potential suitors, she comes across a man named Antoine who plays the harp.
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Its movies reinvented fairy tales and stories from legend and literature. As one of the top companies in its field, fans, critics and the public look to Disney for leadership, examine the themes in its movies and praise or criticize the company for how it reflects the world. Following the times, and in a few cases leading them, Disney has had characters in its films that audiences have perceived to be part of the queer community. Some of these depictions have been more forward than others.
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