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Disney partners with 'gender fluid' man to promote Minnie Mouse girls' clothing: 'Let's get dressed'
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Disney partners with 'gender fluid' man to promote Minnie Mouse girls' clothing: 'Let's get dressed'

The Walt Disney Company partnered with a man who identifies as "gender fluid" to promote women's apparel on its Disney Style TikTok channel with over 260,000 followers.

Seann Altman, who is an alleged transgender influencer but is a man, appeared in a promotional TikTok video for Disney Style. The channel focuses on promoting "Disney-inspired makeup and outfit tutorials, DIY projects, and all things Disney art & fashion." There's also a YouTube channel of the same name with over 530,000 subscribers.

As reported by Breitbart, Altman believes he is "gender fluid" and promoted a Minnie Mouse-themed clothing set with a red dress, yellow pumps, and red hair bow. Altman showed himself getting dressed and applying makeup to over 717,000 subscribers on his own page, where the video was also posted, and garnered 865,000 views.

"Minnie is ME! I fit right in with Mickey and his friends!" Altman wrote as the caption.

@seannaltman #ad Minnie is ME! I fit right in with Mickey and his friends! @disneystyle #mickeyfriendsstaytrue #Disney100 #grwm #ootd #minniemouse #disneyoutfits #disneycosplay ♬ original sound - Seann Altman

“I literally look like Minnie Mouse!” he excitedly said.

Altman routinely boasts about his father's participation in his modeling of women's clothing, as well. The pinned post on Altman's Twitter page shows his father photographing him in a dress covered in rose petals for Valentine's Day.

A Father's Day appreciation post by Altman on TikTok included the following in its caption:

"To the best dad I could ever ask for! Thank you for letting me become the person I am today. Giving me the freedom to express my creativity and supporting me in so many ways. From helping me with creative projects, giving me guidance in life ... It pains me that the family dynamic I have with my father is abnormal for so many. I find it shocking and disheartening! The world would be a better place if fathers accepted their kids as they are!"

In May 2023, Disneyland was accused of employing a man in a dress with a mustache to greet children as they enter a fantasy boutique where they can buy attire to look like princes or princesses. The employee, who appeared to be a man in a dress, was seen greeting little girls at the salon and dress shop called the "Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique."

The expensive store allows children to use "magic mirrors" and get their hair done and makeup applied. The makeovers at the boutique are limited to the ages of 3 to 12.

A video posted to Twitter shows what appears to be a man in makeup and a dress waving to a child and saying, "So, my name is Nick, I'm one of the fairy godmother's apprentices."

"I'm here to shop you around and make all your selections for the day," he continued.

The Walt Disney Company and Disney Parks, Experiences and Products did not respond to a request for comment.

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Andrew Chapados

Andrew Chapados

Andrew Chapados is a writer focusing on sports, culture, entertainment, gaming, and U.S. politics. The podcaster and former radio-broadcaster also served in the Canadian Armed Forces, which he confirms actually does exist.
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