Marvel Stands With LGBT Community After ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Law Passed in Us

Marvel Studios stated it "strongly condemns'' any regulation that impacts the rights of the LGBT community, following the passage of a debatable bill by US politicians. Republicans in Florida lately surpassed what their opponents call the "Don't Say Gay" invoice that limits teaching younger youngsters in the state about sexual orientation and gender identity. The superhero franchise stated it "proudly" stands by the community and guarantees to hold its assistance and alliance. The Walt Disney Company, which owns Marvel, has come below heavy complaint for not using its huge have an effect on withinside the country to attempt to circumvent the invoice. Disney CEO Bob Chapek later apologized for the company's silence on the problem and suspended Disney's political donations in Florida in advance this week. An assertion published online by Marvel Studios read: “We strongly condemn ALL laws that violate the basic human rights of the LGBTQIA+ community. Marvel Studios stands for hope, inclusivity and strength; and proudly stands by the community.

 

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