The Disney LGBTQ Propaganda Machine

The Disney LGBTQ Propaganda Machine

If you have read my last two blogs on the LGBTQ coordinated initiatives to normalize their life-styles with the general public and their children, you know my concerns.

When I grew-up, the name Disney and Walt Disney were synonymous with “squeaky-clean” marvelous family oriented entertainment for children and even their parents.

Things are tragically very different now and I am certain that Walt would be very upset to know what his successors have done to his beloved brain child.

Reverend Franklin Graham, Billy Graham’s son agrees with good reason.

Approximately fifteen years ago my wife’s and my dear friends and a wonderful family had a stunning experience. Having raised three children to adulthood, they took their last daughter (around ten years old) to Disney World. This was a very special trip for them and they had been saving money to make this exciting experience possible for their last child.

I will never forget the shock and dismay that they shared with us as they described the fact that they had arrived at Disney World during its Gay Pride Days. The stunned traditional and devoutly Christian family and their young girl were confronted with all manner of LGBTQ attire and affection-displaying behaviors during their entire stay.

Although they all were able to laugh about this unwanted experience today, it was clear that this was not the Disney or the wondrous American experience that they had hoped for  and once knew.

As a psychologist, trained in conditioning and learning, I can tell you some of the ways to increase the odds that children will learn that something originally unfamiliar is good, attractive, normal, and something they would be interested in experiencing more often.

The following basic principles of conditioning and learning are scientifically demonstrated to be effective in changing perceptions, thoughts, beliefs and behaviors in Children, youth and adult human beings. 

Prompting: Direct, encourage, or physically arrange certain behaviors or experiences and associated stimuli for them.

Relational Framing: Use positive descriptions and characterizations to characterize these behaviors, experiences and associated stimuli.

Control the Context: Associate the desired behaviors with rewarding contexts (Disney World is one example and you can easily think of others).

Present Attractive Models: People who show the desired behaviors (target behaviors) and are attractive models. These would be similar aged children, youth or adults (symbolic of power and authority); those who control rewards and punishments for the imitator; those who are well-known, glamorous, or actual celebrities.

All of these factors are more likely to increase the probability that people will imitate the emotions, words and actions of others who present new emotional attachments and behaviors for them to see and hear.

When any form of imitation occurs:

Present rewards: Reward all forms of imitation of the models.

Use differential Rewards: Reward even minor forms of the desired behavior. As even more clear and stronger forms of the desired behavior patterns emerge, reward them also. Do not reward behaviors and emotional attachments that are incompatible with those of the models.

Punish Incompatible behavior: In the real-world, it is common for unwanted imitative behaviors and emotional attachments that compete, or are incompatible with desirable modeled behaviors to meet with disapproval. They are often criticized, ridiculed or socially censured. It should be noted that LGBTQ propaganda efforts also encourage and reward both bi-sexual behavior and emotional attachments.

Use Shaping: As the behaviors more closely approximate the desired patterns, stop rewarding the behaviors that were less similar to the target or goal behavior patterns and reward only those that more strongly resemble them.

Focus upon children and youth: The behaviors and emotional attachments of  children and youth are more “malleable” than those of adults. Their behavior is more easily changed or modified.

All of this, of course, is what the various LGBTQ initiatives are doing. To be sure, the Culture Wars in America and everywhere else on earth are waged on “psychological battlefields” using these and other basic principles of psychology.

Principles of psychology are kinda like the principles that govern nuclear power. They can be used for purposes that either benefit or destroy societies.

America is still a relatively free country with a relatively free economy. You may choose to spend or invest your money in things that you believe are good for our society and not things that you think are bad for it.

What do you think of the following?

V. Thomas Mawhinney Ph.D.  4/5/17 


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