As I said, there are some people here who have less interest in discussion the efficacy of Disney's policies than winning some sort of "most concerned parent" beauty contest. Repeating "my children's safety" as a mantra adds nothing to the issue at hand. We're all concerned with our childrens' safety. You have this habit of appointing yourself the arbiter of what is tasteful or appropriate. Forgive me, but I'll let the mods do that. If I've crossed a line, they will let me know. Thanks. I yearn for your approval. Of course we do. As I said, no reasonable person is going to be anti-child-safety. The discussion has been about whether Disney's policies are effective (as opposed to ham-fisted), and if so, to what degree. So it may surprise you to know that people can love their children just as much as you do yet still believe that Disney's policies and the manner in which it administers them could be improved so they do not inadvertently exclude people who are no more a risk to our children than you are.