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Disney expanding operations to 10 anti-gay countries, regions as they go 'woke' in the US
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The Walt Disney Company is expanding its media empire into at least ten anti-gay countries and regions as the company takes a left-wing stance in the U.S. that includes denouncing Florida's parental rights bill.
The entertainment and media titan announced on Tuesday that Disney+, company's subscription-based streaming service, would make its way into 42 new areas in Europe, Asia and West Africa starting in May with a rollout of launches going through mid-June.
However, nearly a dozen of the announced places where the streaming service will enter have strict anti-gay laws.
As part of its expansion, Disney+ will make its way into Algeria, Egypt, Libya, Morocco, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Tunisia and Yemen – all of which outlaw homosexuality.