Tinker Belles and Evil Queens: The Walt Disney Company from the Inside Out

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NOTES TO THE INTRODUCTION

1. “Cheers n' Jeers,” TV Guide 38:28 (July 14,1990): 31.

2. Joseph Boone, “Rubbing Aladdin's Lamp,” Negotiating Lesbian and Gay Subjects, Monica Dorenkamp and Richard Henke, eds. (New York: Routledge, 1995), 148. While my attendance was at a regular screening, Boone refers to a special screening benefiting Los Angeles' AIDS charity, Project Angel Food.

3. B. Ruby Rich, “What's a Good Gay Film?” Out 60 (Nov. 1998): 58.

4. Wayne Koestenbaum, The Queen's Throat: Opera, Homosexuality and the Mystery of Desire (New York: Poseidon Press, 1993), 12.

5. Taken from the “alt.disneycriticism” Internet newsgroup in April of 1997, under the heading “DISNEY: A Homo-Show from Top to Bottom.”

6. Francis J. Haefner, Sr., “Southern Baptists Are Right in Their Disney Stand,” Lancaster Sunday News, unknown date or page (ca. Sept. 1997).

7. John Dart, “Southern Baptist Delegates OK Disney Boycott,” Los Ange les Times (June 19,1997): Al.

8. Eddie Shapiro, “Gayety in the Magic Kingdom: Even the Wrath of Pat Couldn't Stop the Fun,” 4Front Magazine 3:24 (Aug. 19,1998): 13.

9. In 1993, when Congress began debating the “Gays-in-the-Military" issue, the Springs of Life Ministry from Lancaster, California, created a video attempting to show the wretched and diseased lives of homosexuals that was then sent out to every single congressperson in order to convince them not to allow homosexuals to enter the armed forces. The video's title: “The Gay Agenda.”

10. In 1933, Magnus Hirschfeld's Institute for Sex Research had its research collection destroyed by the Nazis in its first major organized book burning. In 1954, the Kinsey Institute for Sex Research lost most of its funding after it published results that 37 percent of the American men surveyed had engaged in at least one homosexual act (See Alfred Kinsey, et al., Sexual Behavior in the Human Male [Philadelphia: W. B. Saunders, 1948]). In 1982, scholars traveling to Canada for an international gay history conference had to misrepresent the purpose of their visit to the country for fear of being refused entrance.

11. Ernest Mandel, Late Capitalism, trans. Joris De Bres (London: Verso,

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