Do you remember a time long, long ago, a simpler day and age when boys were cowboys and superheroes and girls were princesses and ballerinas?
Man, those were the good old days, weren’t they?
When toy guns and Cowboys and Indians were the norm for little rascals, while little ladies wore their mom’s old clothes and hosted tea parties with their stuffed animals.
Tragically, those days are now long gone, having been devoured whole by the monstrous progressive agenda that seeks to snuff out the beauty of being male and female, two genders wonderfully different from each other, but absolutely complimentary and necessary to the survival of the human race. Now all things are androgynous.
Liberals, in their supposed quest for equality, have been hard at work to make it acceptable for boys to dress like girls and play with dolls, and girls to dress up in combat fatigues and play with action figures.
Department stores have come under fire by groups of raging leftists — are there any other kind? I haven’t seen them — who have demanded they do away with separate toy aisles for boys and girls, and unfortunately, many stores caved in.
That, apparently, is just the tip of the iceberg.
Disneyland Paris recently got caught in a storm of controversy after exercising logic and common sense to forbid a three-year-old boy from participating in the park’s “Princess for a Day” event.
Yes, that’s right, folks. A boy was told he couldn’t be a girl and a good portion of the online world lost it’s ever loving mind. It’s times like these I’d like to get off this planet, but alas, I’m stuck here and so are you.
The boy’s mom was livid, outraged, like a good liberal she was offended to the core that the majority weren’t bending to her will, despite the fact she and her son are in a minority on the issue.
No, this ruling denying her child his innermost desire was unacceptable, therefore a curt open letter was produced designed to drum up attention online and shame the park into bowing the knee to the progressive agenda that is hell bent on destroying God’s design for men and women.
via NBC News:
Noah, who is a super fan of Princess Elsa in the film “Frozen” was “buzzing with excitement” when he learned about the makeover opportunity at the Disneyland Hotel, the boy’s mother, Hayley McLean-Glass, wrote in an open letter on her blog. The hotel is located near the entrance of the park in the suburbs of Paris, France.
McLean-Glass, who is from Devon, England, wrote that she decided to book the experience for Noah as early Christmas gift.
“I knew that there would be NOTHING he’d love more than to get to wear a pretty dress, put make up on like Mummy does and have his photo taken being one of his beloved Disney Princesses,” she wrote.
Disneyland Paris’ description of the service on its website reads: “Grant every little girl’s wish with a real Princess’s make-up and hair-styling session; a fairytale transformation they’ll treasure forever.”
The mother said she was devastated when she received an email reply back saying “at this time it is not possible to book princess for a day for a boy,” NBC News’ British partner, ITV News reported.
“I was so angry, I literally couldn’t stop shaking for half an hour afterwards — I was just so shocked,” she told ITV. “I mean, I’m his mother and if I’m OK with him doing it, who are Disney to tell me that he can’t do that?”
Disneyland Paris said they “sincerely apologized” to Noah and his mother in a statement to ITV News and that it was an “isolated incident.”
“An isolated incident, the cast member’s response is not reflective of any policy or belief held here at Disneyland Paris,” read the statement — Disneyland calls all of their employees “cast members.”
Correct me if I’m wrong, but doesn’t taking something like “Princess for a Day,” an event meant to honor the strong females heroes of the Disney animated universe and give little girls a chance to glory in their femininity, and allowing boys to steal the spotlight the exact opposite of what the feminist movement strives for?
Men and women are gloriously different in really awesome ways. No gender or sex is better or more valuable than the other because both are made in the image of God. They are simply designed different because God has unique roles for each to fulfill.
When we see a flower bud in the spring we marvel at it’s beauty, watching it do exactly what it was designed to do, enraptured by the awe of nature.
Why do we not have that same attitude when seeing boys and girls doing what boys and girls are designed to do? Why is that less beautiful and considered to be oppressive?
It seems as if we live in a culture that gets their jollies by subverting the normal, established, God-given design for men and women, and the confusion this is causing children is doing all sorts of damage, the full impact of which we won’t know until years to come.
Let’s hope if similar situations pop up in other theme parks they have the fortitude necessary to resist the liberal agenda and stick to what they know is right.