Going to Disney World back in 1971 when it opened was a family affair in most cases. In fact, people dressed up for the occasion. Since then, a lot has changed around Disney culture, including the ride of Disney Adults. However, now there is a big revolt against Disney Adults from inside the Disney company. Disney World is implementing a one child policy, requiring all guests to have a kid with them in the parks.
Long gone are the days when Disney is a family-focused place. In fact, it’s getting so unfriendly to the family that they are implementing a dress code that bans shorts and skirts as we reported here. Also, inside the parks, if you look around, you see far more adults without children. Now, Disney is revolting against Disney Adults with the one child policy.
Disney Adults Taking over Disney World
Disney Adults are adults who visit Disney World and Disneyland typically without kids. They have an obsession with Disney and take solo trips and trips with friends and family, but no kids. While no one truly understands the Disney Adult mindset, scientists who have studied these creatures boil their obsession down to two potential things. Nostalgia and/or longing for experience. Most Disney adults visit the parks on their own because it’s a sense of nostalgia as a child. However, others do it because they want to make memories from experience.
Because of this, there has been a 500% increase in hate towards Disney Adults in the past four years. Leading the charge are parents who want to bring their kids to Disney World and make magical memories for their family that will be remembered for years. Remember the first time your kids met Mickey Mouse or saw the Magic Kingdom opening show? It’s those magical moments that are getting lost due to the overwhelming increase in Disney Adults taking over the parks.
Disney trips have gone from a vacation of making memories to an overcrowded and exhausting experience. From waking up at 6 AM to waiting 120 minutes for a ride, the experience isn’t what it used to be. The reason can only be boiled down to one thing. Disney Adults spend all of their money on trips there, taking away from the families with kids that want to enjoy the parks. Disney isn’t what it used to be, thanks to people who hate kids.
What is the Disney World One Child Policy?
The Disney World One Child Policy is a controversial new park rule. Guests entering any of the Disney World parks will be required to have at least one child with them to enter. Guests without a child will not be allowed to enter the parks. This is a way for Disney to encourage more families to visit the parks and get away from adults without kids filling up the parks. It’s also worth noting that the age cut-off for kids with this policy is under 18. This is different from the age for tickets, in which guests over 14 are considered adults by Disney.
Why is Disney adding the one child policy? This seems like a way to lose money for Disney. They know Disney Adults keep coming back and spending money, so why would they do this? Disney believes the family is their core consumer. If they have a greater appeal to them, there is a larger upside than with Disney Adults. They want to essentially exterminate all Disney Adults and focus on the family unit again.
This One Child Policy certainly makes things like Disney Drag Day more controversial, since Disney is focusing on the family, then cramming drag culture into their parks. However, Disney’s decision to implement a one child policy is controversial. Many people (all Disney Adults) are furious that they need a child with them. Many even stopped to ask if a dog counts as a child. Despite this, Disney is going forth with requiring all adults at Disney World to have at least one child with them to enter.
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