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One year, Disney posted signs at the entrance warning guests that there was a gathering of homosexuals in the Magic Kingdom. In other years, passes to other Disney parks were offered to guests who might be offended by large numbers of gays. This weekend, as Gay Days enters its 10th year, Disney is no longer in the closet about the annual celebration.
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Amazing but very busy. The wave pool is the best ever! Bathrooms maybe could be cleaner. I like thye support GayDays week the first week of June.
As has been the case in recent years, two competing groups will be holding events this year. However, this time they will be hosting events in different parks on the same day. Doug Swallow, who originated the event back inhas listed the following park schedule on his GayDay.
Night time fun and drinks at Typhoon Lagoon make it the best, most fun event of early June. If you're an adult and not afraid of the gays, go and have a blast! Typhoon Lagoon where do I even start?
One Magical Weekend at Walt Disney World includes three magical days at Disney plus great events such as daytime pool parties. Here you will see some of the hottest and funnest gays from around the world landing on the happiest place on earth. There are several parties and events that take place in the afternoons and evenings at the host hotel properties and other amazing venues at night and afterhours.
We recently learned about a cool event this June called One Magical Weekend. There are multiple parties and events that take place in the afternoons and evenings at the host hotel properties and other amazing venues. Plus the location of the parties are awesome.
Sincegays have worn red shirts to Disney World the first Saturday in June. They also did not stay at the official host hotel, a sprawling Doubletree resort whose lobby had been transformed into a frolicking gay idyll. Thousands of people roamed the lobby and convention spaces, which were filled with booths aimed at the gay consumer.