Disney heir comes out as transgender, condemns Florida’s LGBTQ law

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Disney heir comes out as transgender, condemns Florida’s LGBTQ law

Disney employees and demonstrators in Glendale, California last month rally against Floria's bill restricting discussion of LGBTQ issues in schools

From The Washington Post by Jaclyn Peiser

As Disney employees protested what they considered a delayed and lackluster response from the company to what critics call Florida’s “don’t say gay” bill, a Disney heir who recently came out as transgender watched in silence.

Now, Charlee Corra Disney, who uses they/them pronouns, is speaking out. In an interview with the Los Angeles Times published over the weekend, the 30-year-old high school science teacher said they regret not doing more to help.

Last month, at the Human Rights Campaign’s annual gala, Charlee and their family announced they would match up to $250,000 in donations to the nonprofit. Later, their parents, Sheri and Roy P. Disney, said they were upping the match to $500,000, according to the Times. The charity event served as a public coming-out for Charlee, the newspaper reported.

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