"I feel like I don't do very much to help," said teacher Charlee Corra Disney. "I don't call senators or take action. I felt like I could be doing more."
A conservative writer who recommended going to Dollywood over Disney parks was reminded on Twitter of Dolly Parton's pro-LGBT views.
DeSantis made the comment during a press event Friday morning.
Social media users have noted there is more than double the amount of Disney workers compared to the governor's 2018 margin of victory.
Gay, lesbian, or bisexual teenagers were more likely than their heterosexual peers to feel less close to people at school and less virtually connected to others during the pandemic.
Christina Pushaw said that Florida would be better off without anyone that wants to leave the state in response to DeSantis "defending parental rights and protecting children."
Nobody is going to save our kids from radical leftist indoctrination in their schools if we don't do it ourselves.
Two Ohio lawmakers introduced a bill that would ban teaching children from kindergarten to third grade about sexual orientation and gender identity.
"There is a genocide going on in Ukraine and the outrage is over what's happening at Walt Disney," Kinzinger said in a video posted to social media on Tuesday.
"I will make this law a top priority in the next session," Dan Patrick wrote in a campaign email.
Disney has upset many people within the GOP for its opposition to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis' so-called "Don't Say Gay" bill.
Halsey Beshears was reportedly named in a grand jury subpoena relating to a sex trafficking investigation.
DeSantis mentioned on Friday that he thought to himself at the time that the provision for Disney was "ridiculous" and "honestly embarrassing."
The Republican governor said that the "Don't Say Gay" law is "not something that would have happened" in Maryland.
Anthony Sabatini, a member of the Florida House of Representatives, says lawmakers may strip away favors that have benefited Disney for nearly six decades.
The song by Johnny and Donnie Van Zant praises the Republican governor for his work while in office.
The company may lose its self-governing rights after it opposed the state's new "Don't Say Gay" bill, which was signed into law this week.
"This kind of political spin does not belong in our kid's classrooms," said a parent advocate in Oregon about the teaching of gender identity to kids.
The suit calls the law "cruel" and says the law intends "to isolate, stigmatize, and erase LGBTQ families," WPLG said. Proponents of the Florida law disagree.
The billboards were launched in time for Transgender Day of Visibility, March 31. "It's OK to say gay. It's more than OK. It's encouraged," Ally Sammarco said.
Jose Castillo told Fox News that a "silent majority" of Disney employees support the so-called Don't Say Gay bill but have not spoken out against it.
Despite Universal Studios' silence on the controversial law, no calls for boycotts or employee walkouts have appeared to be expressed publicly.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis implied Disney was being hypocritical for speaking out against his education bill while doing business in Dominica.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody stated that the lawsuit "is meant to push back on yet again another unlawful power grab by the Biden administration."
"This state is governed by the interest of the people of the state of Florida, it's not based on the demands of California corporate executives," DeSantis said.
Miami Beach introduced a curfew and a state of emergency following fears of violence and several shooting incidents in the area.
A possible 2024 GOP presidential candidate hasn't followed the lead of other governors in pulling investment money from Russia.
The President, major corporations, actors, actresses and activists have all spoken out against the bill, but why?
Conservatives argue those who are opposed to the law haven't read it in its entirety.
The statement comes weeks after Disney CEO Bob Chapek refused to condemn the Florida law, leading to Disney employees staging walkouts and demanding action.