A male Disneyland employee dressed up as a “fairy godmother’s apprentice” has sparked outrage

Wake up, go broke bibbidi bobbidi! A male Disneyland employee who dresses up as a “fairy godmother’s apprentice” and boasts a mustache sparks new backlash in the sparked argument

  • Footage of the worker wearing a blue and purple dress as he greeted a young girl at the Bibbidi Bobbidi boutique in Anaheim, California went viral
  • Critics slammed Disney for allowing a man to wear a costume dress, calling it “inappropriate”.

A male Disneyland employee dressed as a “fairy godmother’s apprentice” has sparked outrage and prompted calls to boycott the pleasure resort.

Footage of the worker, who sports a mustache and wears a blue and purple dress, greeting a young girl at the Bibbidi Bobbidi boutique in Anaheim, California, has gone viral.

It was posted by Kournti Farber, a mother of three, who documented her family’s trip to Disneyland and commended the workers for giving her daughter an unforgettable experience.

However, critics slammed Disney for allowing a man to wear a costume dress, calling it “inappropriate”.

The company has made efforts to be more inclusive and progressive in recent years – but it’s upset some fans who think it’s gone too far with the woke changes.

A male Disneyland employee dressed as a

A male Disneyland employee dressed as a “fairy godmother’s apprentice” has sparked outrage and prompted calls to boycott the pleasure resort

Footage of the worker, who sports a mustache and wears a blue and purple dress, greeting a young girl at the Bibbidi Bobbidi boutique in Anaheim, California, has gone viral

Footage of the worker, who sports a mustache and wears a blue and purple dress, greeting a young girl at the Bibbidi Bobbidi boutique in Anaheim, California, has gone viral

It features the Disney employee dressed up as the

It features the Disney employee dressed up as the “fairy godmother’s apprentice” and wearing matching eyeshadow

The viral clip shows the Disney employee dressed up as “the fairy godmother’s apprentice” and wearing matching eye shadow.

“So, my name is Nick, I’m one of the fairy godmother’s apprentices,” he says while greeting a little girl in the shop.

“I’m here to see you and make all your decisions for the day.”

It has been viewed more than 7.6 million times since its release on May 26 and has been met with widespread backlash.

Conservative author Peachy Keenan said, “A man in women’s clothing is not only bizarre and inappropriate, it takes the guests out of the ‘show’ — the illusion is broken.”

“Nothing matters but the agenda, and your four-year-old is a pawn they like to knock out.”

While Dave Rubin, who hosts The Rubin Report, wrote, “This guy is hired by Biden to wrap up the nuclear program by the end of the day…”

“That’s a guy with a mustache in a dress.” Not a “trans” person. “Think how many real girls want that job at Disney and gave it to him for a reason.”

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Critics slammed Disney for allowing a man to wear a costume, calling it

Critics slammed Disney for allowing a man to wear a costume, calling it “inappropriate,” while others called for the company to be boycotted

And Brandon Morse, editor at conservative politics blog Red State, added: “Gosh, you never suffer the same destruction of your heritage as poor Walt.”

Others called for a boycott of Disney, with Blaze TV host Sara Gonzales telling her followers, “Stop taking your family to Disney.”

Another user said, “I’m already boycotting Disney, everyone else should be too.”

The cast members who worked at Disney’s Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique used to be called “fairies in training.”

But the company ditched that last summer in favor of Fairy Godmother’s Apprentices, more inclusive of those who don’t identify as women.

Disney said at the time, “That way, cast members who may not identify as female can still be part of the process of dressing up and styling the children without having to identify themselves as a female Disney character.”

Children between the ages of 3 and 12 visit the boutique to indulge in “magical makeovers for budding royalty”.

Dailymail.com has reached out to Disney for comment.

Bradford Betz

Bradford Betz is a WSTPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Bradford Betz joined WSTPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: betz@ustimespost.com.

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