Disney and Hollywood Pedophilia – Is There a Connection?

Part 2

Most American’s alive today have either watched Disney or have popped in Disney movies for their children to enjoy. Disney movies portray a sense of wholesomeness that is part of growing up in our culture.   For years most have heard of the corruption and exploitation in Hollywood but many would never dream it would also infect Disney.  It appears Disney has been conditioning children with overt and subliminal sexualization since shortly after Walt put pen to paper.

Walter Elias “Walt” Disney (December 5, 1901 – December 15, 1966) was an American entrepreneur, animator, voice actor and film producer. A pioneer of the American animation industry, he introduced several developments in the production of cartoons. As a film producer, Disney holds the record for most Academy Awards earned by an individual, having won 22 Oscars from 59 nominations. He was presented with two Golden Globe Special Achievement Awards and an Emmy Award, among other honors. Several of his films are included in the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress.

Source – Wikipedia

Walt Disney 1946

Walt Disney Biography….and the Psychology of Children’s Cartoons

Published on the Association of Natural Psychology website there is no mention of Disney himself being a pedophile and excuses are made for his temper and occasional violence.


Disney was alleged to be the victim of physical child abuse himself from his boyhood years until the time he was 14, his father apparently thrashing Walt and his brother often with whatever he could get his hands on. The brothers also delivered papers for their father’s newspaper twice daily for six years. There are also reference Disney was adopted.


Disney’s first cartoons: Mickey Mouse

While several figures influenced Mickey Mouse, with many recognizing that the creation of Mickey Mouse was in part indebted to Charlie Chaplin, Disney stated that Mickey Mouse was a creation devoted to Horatio Alger, a 19th-century American writer. Alger’s novels described poor but honest young boys ‘made good’ like the character of Mickey Mouse, however, during the time Alger was a minister, but was found guilty of molesting young boys.

Background of the Bambi Film and the Novel by Felix Salten


Sharp dichotomy between “snow white” purity, and the darkness of pure evil and wickedness

“The novel is shockingly violent at times, and glimpses of Salten’s past work in pornography, are apparent in certain scenes. Incest and even lust directed towards children, or sexuality involving children, is part of the landscape in the original novel. General consensus was that Bambi was not a novel suitable for young children, but one that children would be better waiting to read until they were older. Disney’s version, while containing scenes of terror, removes the sexual inferences that were part of the original novel.”

In the movie, Snow White is described as a 14-year-old girl, with Prince Charming an 18-year-old. Snow White, at 14, is living with seven little men. Does continuous exposure to sexual innuendo and the idea of a Prince Charming plant idealistic seeds in the minds and hearts of impressionable little girls?

Winnie the Pooh, Bambi and Mickey Mouse are highlighted because these characters form deep emotional bonds with children lasting well into high school and, for some, an emotional bond exists with these characters well into a child’s teenage years and adulthood.

Source: Win Mental Health

Finally, The Truth About Disney’s ‘Hidden Sexual Messages’ Revealed

The wonderful world of Disney has long been suspected of hiding subliminal sexual messages in its animated films. From inappropriate words hidden in the sky in “The Lion King” to suggestive language in “Aladdin,” the evidence against the Mouse seems to mount up fast … or does it?

What appears to happen:

Best friends do everything together?

Cinderella, told us more than just the story of a mistreated step daughter turned princess, it told us the story of two best-mouse-friends, Jaq and Gus. Remember the scene when Jaq and Gus are scrambling to collect the beads from a broken necklace? Jaq and Gus find themselves in an odd position when Jaq begins stringing the beads onto Gus’s tail.

What appears to happen:




Does the bishop get aroused in “The Little Mermaid”? 

The bishop seems like he enjoys weddings a little too much. A close look at the man during the marriage scene in “Little Mermaid” appears to show him getting an erection.



                 What appears to happen:



Does Aladdin tell teens to get naked?

While having some trouble with Rajah, Aladdin seems to say, “Good teenagers take off your clothes.” You can hear it as Jasmine opens the curtains.


What appears to happen:


Is there really a naked woman in “The Rescuers”?

An image of a naked woman appears in the background as Bianca and Bernard speed by, resulting in your mom never allowing you to watch the movie again.



        What appears to happen:



Does the word “Sex” appear in “The Lion King”?

After Simba kicks up some dust, the word “sex” appears in the sky and your childhood is ruined.


What appears to happen:


Does Jessica Rabbit have a wardrobe malfunction or is she supposed to be this HOT?

After a cartoon car crash in “Who Framed Roger Rabbit,” Jessica Rabbit is thrown from the vehicle and it appears that her “nether regions” are exposed. And Booby-trap!


Source  The Richest and  Huffington Post

The Sexism and Sexualization of Disney Characters

Young girls are becoming more and more prone to having sex before the age of 12, cutting, depression, and eating disorders now than ever before. Why are young ladies made to feel like all they have to offer is their looks or sexuality? What has changed that now preadolescent females are wearing shirts with “flirt” on them, buying dolls that wear fishnet stockings, and are so interested in getting boyfriends? The answer lies in our media.

Upcoming – Part 3 – Does Hollywood Exploit Child Stars?