In order to promote girls’ clothing, Disney and transgender TikTok influencer Seann Altman have partnered. These outfits feature Minnie Mouse themes and include a red dress, yellow heels, and a red hair ribbon.
Seann Altman, who identifies as “gender fluid,” created a promotional TikTok video for Disney Style, a social media platform run by The Walt Disney Company that features Disney-inspired apparel, accessories, and cosmetics.
The video, which was first posted by the Twitter account @LeftismForU and later posted to Disney Style’s official TikTok account, includes Seann Altman’s instructions on how to dress as Minnie Mouse.
— Leftism (@LeftismForU) August 7, 2023
Who is Seann Altman?
Southern California native Seann Altman attended CSU Fullerton and received a BFA in musical theatre. He calls Los Angeles home.
On social media, the transgender influencer has 717,000 followers. He frequently shares videos in which he impersonates young girls, most recently one in which he can be seen bouncing around in fairy wings.
As Gateway previously reported, Disney has also hired a transgender YouTuber for a significant role in a future Star Wars series.
In the upcoming television series The Acolyte, Abigail Thorn, a biological man who identifies as a woman, has been cast as Ensign Eurus.
The lead role will be played by “non-binary” actress Amanda Steinberg. According to The Direct, these casting choices show that “the upcoming series is shaping up to be one of the most inclusive yet.”
Thorn has 100,000 YouTube subscribers and is well-known for advocating hormone replacement therapy for children and puberty inhibitors.
Breitbart News reports that Disney last year “cast transgender ‘non-binary’ actress Zoe Terakes in a key supporting role in the Marvel series Ironheart just days after the show also cast drag queen Shea Couleé, an alumnus of RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
The Willow television series, which was recently canceled after only one season, featured male-to-female transgender actor Talisa Garcia in a non-transgender role. Disney recently debuted its first “non-binary” character in a Pixar film; however, few viewers will be able to witness this significant development for the formerly beloved animation studio due to Elemental’s stunning failure both domestically and internationally.