This weekend the Florida Family Association hired a plane to pull banners warning Disney World-goers about "Gay Days," part of which were celebrated inside the beloved theme park. They didn't want families to be exposed to "the reality of witnessing over 15,000 Gay Pride Day revelers."
How thoughtful of them! The Association, which is supposedly "made up of THOUSANDS OF SUPPORTERS across America who share in the same goal of improving America's moral environment," reportedly spent $7,000 on the airplanes, which flew 10-hour shifts to deliver the messages "WARNING GAY DAY AT DISNEY 6/4" and "WARNING GAY PRIDE DAY AT DISNEY 2DAY"—a protest against Disney's decision to allow Gay Day to take place during regular business hours:
"Disney requires special events like Grad Night and Night of Joy to be held after the Magic Kingdom's regular operating hours," contends FFA. "Disney does this to avoid having a large group of likeminded people in the park at the same time with regular patrons who expect a normal day at the Magic Kingdom."