- Oct 16, 2016
Me and my gf get “gal pal’d” so often in the parks we joke about wearing those cheesy matching couple shirts on our next trip. Of course, that just opens more problems since it’s difficult to find ones that aren’t heteronormative.I think you are equating general acceptance without considering the microagressions that are (often inadvertently) leveled at LGBTQ visitors. 90% of my Disney experiences have been overwhelmingly positive. But its the subtle things: for example, Disney photographers asking straight couples to pose while kissing and hugging but then asking my husband and I to pose doing a high five or back-to-back (we have since started refusing).
I’ve wanted to go to Gay Days ever since I first heard about it as closeted teen in the 90s. I’m hoping it falls on our 2021 dates. To me it’s just like Pride tbh.