Disney has to adopt a shareholder resolution requiring that ex-gays be included in the corporation’s sexual orientation policy and diversity program; the SEC said so. The resolution sites a recent case won by Parents and Friends of ExGays and Gays (PFOX) at the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. The court’s ruling was that former homosexuals are a protected class that must be recognized under DC’s sexual orientation non-discrimination laws.
Former homosexuals are a thorn in the side of the homosexual movement because they prove that homosexuality is not immutable, as such, they are not included in homosexual activists’ “tolerance” campaigns. Interestingly, the D.C. Superior Court also held that sexual orientation does not require immutable characteristics.
PFOX takes a page out of the homosexual activist handbook by insisting that former homosexuals be treated with the same tolerance and acceptance homosexuals demand. Corporate Disney would rather leave former homosexuals in the closet but thanks to this shareholder resolution – they can no longer do that. Good for the shareholders!
Is it being too optimistic to predict a pro-ex-gay Disney flick at some time in the future? Do Disney’s screenwriters have to attend diversity programming?