Racism OK But Leave The Selfie Sticks At Home- Happiest Place On Earth

You can take pictures with Mickey, and Minnie, but somebody has to snap it for you.  Disneyland and Disney World is straight hating.  They decided to ban selfie sticks, citing safety concerns.  Don’t try to sneak one in either!  Disney goons, and undercover law enforcement promise to check all bags at the gate.  Either you can cough up the selfie stick at the park’s front entrance, or walk your fat ass all the way back to your car or hotel.  Too bad, they aren’t as gung ho about racism.

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RTSince announcing earlier this month that he’d be representing a case that’s accusing Disney staffers of racism, attorney Dan Gilleon has had his phone ringing off the hook.

“I’ve gotten many emails and voicemails that I’m looking into. What this tells me is this isn’t an isolated incident,” Gilleon tells San Diego’s ABC 10 News.

Gilleon made it to the papers earlier this month when he announced that he’d be representing the family of Jason Black Jr., a 6-year-old African-American boy who says he was discriminated against by a Disneyland employee dressed as the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland. The Blacks were at the Orange County amusement park in August when Jason Jr. allegedly was refused a hug by an actor hired to play the rabbit.

“The rabbit was turning his back on me. Then I went up to try to hold his hand, but he kept on flicking my hand off,” Jason’s brother, Elijan, told KTLA News.

“There were two other kids that camp up, and the rabbit showered them…hugged them, kissed them, posed with them and took pictures,” the boys’ father recalls. “Meanwhile, that made my kids feel horrible.”