We are two gay guys with a daughter (6). We have been to Disney the last two years and are going again for two weeks at the end of August. We come over from the UK and needless to say we love it. Here in England we walk around openly as a family and noone says anything. If anyone notices you don't notice them noticing, if you see what I mean. Sometimes a waiter or shop assistant will not guess that we are a family, but when it becomes obvious they don't miss a beat. It may be an American vs UK thing but at Disney I notice people noticing. That would be fine but also we get approached about it, something that has never happened in the UK. People have even come up to us at meals to speak about it. Noone has ever said anything bad, when we have been approached it has been to say something like, "You are doing a great job and your daughter is so well behaved", or to complement her clothes etc. I know it sounds grinchy but I don't know what to say back, I tend to say thanks but sometimes people linger and seem to want more! It is always nice to have a compliment but I don't really care what they think of our parenting and would rather just be left alone to eat dinner I think this is somewhere where the American/English cultural divide comes into play, where different things are socially acceptable. English people mind their own business (or pretend to) more than Americans in my experience. So I suppose what I am asking is, do you get this as well? Is it a US thing or just a Disney thing? What do you say when it happens?