Charlee Disney Comes Out As Transgender, Denounces Anti-LGBTQ+ Bills

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Published on April 12, 2022 - Duration: 01:30s

Charlee Disney Comes Out As Transgender, Denounces Anti-LGBTQ+ Bills

Charlee Disney Comes Out As Transgender, , Denounces Anti-LGBTQ+ Bills.

Following the slew of anti-LGBTQ+ legislation that's been popping up around the country.

And The Walt Disney Co.'s reported donations to sponsors of Florida's Parental Rights in Education bill.

Charlee Disney, an heir of The Walt Disney Co., came out as transgender.

In addition to condemning anti-LGBTQ legislation, Disney revealed that their family would match donations of up to $250,000 to the Human Rights Campaign.

In addition to condemning anti-LGBTQ legislation, Disney revealed that their family would match donations of up to $250,000 to the Human Rights Campaign.

Charlee's father, Roy P.

Disney, pledged to match donations up to $500,000.

Charlee's father, Roy P.

Disney, pledged to match donations up to $500,000.

Equality matters deeply to us, especially because our child, Charlee, is transgender and a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community, Roy P.

Disney, via statement, according to the 'Los Angeles Times'.

NBC News reports Roy Disney said their family was "heartbroken" when Florida Gov.

Ron DeSantis signed the "Don't Say Gay or Trans" bill into law.

NBC News reports Roy Disney said their family was "heartbroken" when Florida Gov.

Ron DeSantis signed the "Don't Say Gay or Trans" bill into law.

He also said their family wanted to make a donation partly because the HRC refused a $5 million donation from Disney CEO Bob Chapek last month.

Joni Madison, the HRC's interim president, said the organization would rather see Disney , “build on their public commitment and work with LGBTQ+ advocates to ensure that dangerous proposals, like Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay or Trans’ bill, don’t become dangerous laws, and if they do, to work to get them off the books.”.

Joni Madison, the HRC's interim president, said the organization would rather see Disney , “build on their public commitment and work with LGBTQ+ advocates to ensure that dangerous proposals, like Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay or Trans’ bill, don’t become dangerous laws, and if they do, to work to get them off the books.”


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