Disney teams with 'gender-fluid' Minnie TikTok star to sell merch to kids—conservatives promise 'Bud Light' treatment

"Disney clearly learned nothing from the Bud Light fiasco."


The Walt Disney Company renewed its commitment to having LGBTQ+ representation in their promotions to children by partnering with TikTok influencer Seann Altman, a genderfluid biological male who uses he/him pronouns, to demonstrate how they can dress like Minnie Mouse, drawing criticism from conservatives. 

In a video on the Disney Style TikTok account posted on July 21, Altman goes through the pieces of his outfit to look like Minnie Mouse. He said, "The character most like me is Minnie Mouse." 

After going through the outfit of a red dress, white gloves, and yellow shoes Altman proclaimed "I literally look like Minnie Mouse, and I fit in perfectly with Mickey and his friends." He added, "The bow, with the dress, and the shoes really sealed the deal. Now I'm fashionable, bold, and fun, just like Minnie Mouse!"

Altman’s TikTok page frequently features the male dressing up in dresses, skirts, and heels.

Disney Style is a division of the Walt Disney Co. that promotes its clothing and accessories to fans. The partnership caused conservatives to push for boycotts as they did when beer brand Bud Light partnered with transgender TikToker Dylan Mulvaney, costing them billions. 

"@Disney is doubling down to be that one-stop fetish outlet for children," TPUSA contributor Lauren Chen said. "Figured they pick up where Bud Light left off and continue this nauseating groomer partnership saga."

Timcast News Editor-in-Chief Cassandra MacDonald noted, "Disney clearly learned nothing from the Bud Light fiasco and has partnered with transgender TikTok influencer Seann Altman. a biological male who identifies as 'gender fluid,' to promote a line of girls’ apparel." she continued, "The transgender influencer has 717,000 followers on the platform and frequently makes videos where he is dressed up as a young girl, including a recent one where he is skipping around in fairy wings."

Disney has been criticized for embracing woke policies that have hurt business in recent years. In a video leaked to the internet last year a producer for the Proud Family cartoon bragged about implementing a "not-at-all secret gay agenda" into the tv show. 

In November, Disney CEO Bob Chapek was fired over decreased earnings which were followed by 7,000 employees being laid off in February as they attempted to rebound from a poor 4th quarter 2022 performance. 

On Thursday, Disney revealed in their third quarter 2023 reports that their streaming division lost hundreds of millions of dollars, and a 7.4 percent loss of Disney+ subscribers. 

Beer brand Bud Light caused massive backlash and boycotts after they partnered with controversial trans-TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney in April. The move cost their parent company InBev to lose $390 million in the 2nd quarter. It was revealed in its 2nd quarter reports that the company had a 14.1 percent loss in gross profit for its North America division.

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