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Disney heir comes out as trans, donates to fight against ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law in Florida

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A great-grandchild of Roy O. Disney — brother of Walt and cofounder of the Walt Disney Company — has come out as trans and is speaking out against Florida’s right-wing leadership and the ‘Don’t Say Gay” bill Gov.

Ron DeSantis recently signed into law, according to Los Angeles Times columnist Robin Abcarian. DeSantis has also threatened to retaliate against Disney for opposing the bill by revoking the Reedy Creek Improvement District, established in 1967, that effectively allows Disney World to act as its own government by overseeing its own land use, regulating its own buildings and roads and providing the services generally provided by a municipal or county government.

Charlee Corra Disney, a 30-year-old heir to the Disney fortune and a high school biology and environmental science teacher, told Abcarian during a Zoom call between the teacher, the columnist and Charlee’s mother Sheri, “I feel like I don’t do very much to help.

I don’t call senators or take action. I felt like I could be doing more.” As a child, Charlee said, they had “very few openly gay role models … and certainly [no] trans or nonbinary role models.

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