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Disney Heir Charlee Corra Comes Out as Transgender

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Los Angeles Times that they can no longer remain silent amidst the public battle over CEO Bob Chapek’s initial lack of opposition to Florida’s controversial “Parental Rights in Education” bill, aka the “Don’t Say Gay” bill, which was signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis on March 28.

Last week, Charlee’s father Roy P. Disney — the great-nephew of Walt Disney — and family announced they would match up to $500,000 in donations to the Human Rights Campaign, an LGBTQ advocacy group. “Equality matters deeply to us,” Roy wrote, “especially because our child, Charlee, is transgender and a proud member of the LGBTQ+ community.”Charlee had announced a $250,000 matching grant to HRC at the group’s annual gala in Los Angeles in March, which was doubled to $500,000 last week.“I grew up with HRC, attending events like this one, and I’m so proud to be a member of the LGBTQ+ community,” Charlee said at the event, according to Variety. “It’s very important to me and my brother, Aidan, and my parents, Sheri and Roy P.

Disney. As members of the Disney family, standing up for equality has always been what we do… I hope you will help us fight for equality everywhere.”HRC previously refused to accept a $5 million donation from Disney CEO Bob Chapek until the company adopted “meaningful change.”Sheri Disney told the Times her family was disappointed by Chapek’s initial refusal to take a stand against the Florida law and that she hoped the $500,000 matching grant would be a “bridge” that demonstrates the family’s commitment to gay and trans rights. “I have a trans kid, and I love my kid no matter what,” she said.Charlee, who is a biology teacher, came out to family and friends four years ago, but explained to the Times in an interview.

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