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Mom Wants Disney World To Ban Childless Couples: "I Hate Childless Women With A Burning Passion"

Mom Wants Disney World To Ban Childless Couples: "I Hate Childless Women With A Burning Passion"

A mom's Facebook rant about wanting to ban "childless millennials" from Disney World has gone viral and is now receiving severe criticism on social media.

Twitter user @JenKatWrites captured a particularly nasty outburst from a woman who had just attended Disney World with her 3-year-old son. The woman, who remains unknown took her toddler to Disney World for vacation and claimed to have had an absolutely horrible experience due to the presence of "people without children".

In her long and detailed rant, she demanded that people without children should not be allowed to enter Disney World and that mothers with children shouldn't have to wait in any line anywhere.



 

 



 

 

From what we can learn from her rant, the angry mother said that she had to deny her 3-year-old son a Mickey-shaped pretzel that he had seen another adult (presumably without children) purchase.

Even though it was probably coincidental, the woman blamed the fact that she wanted to purchase the pretzel that her son wanted, and the line was way too long for them to wait at the time, so she had to tell her toddler that they'd have to come back for it. Apparently, this devastated her little boy and broke his heart, which pretty much led to her making this rant.



 

 



 

 

"DW is for CHILDREN!!!! People without CHILDREN need to be BANNED!!!!! Mothers with children should be allowed to skip ALL THE LINE!!!" the mother wrote in the Facebook post.  "these IMMATURE millennials THROW AWAY THEIR MONEY ON USELESS CRAP!!!!! They have NO idea the JOY and HAPPINESS it is to MOTHERS WHO BUYS THEIR BABIES TREATS AND TOYS!!!!" she added.



 

 



 

 

The Twitter post with a screenshot of her motherly musings has since gone viral, garnering nearly 63,000 'likes' and over 4,000 comments thus far on the social media site. Many readers were bemused at this rant and happily admitted that they love going to Disney World as 'childless adults' and would continue doing so.

Most people on Twitter especially condemned her rant, and that's not surprising as even though Disney World is technically a children's park and entertainment center, a lot of their revenue comes from adults who enjoy the rides and games there. Disney World and Disneyland also have a ton of activities and features that are particularly geared toward adults like food and cultural festivals, alcohol served in the parks, honeymoon packages, golf courses, water sports and other fun things to do at the parks. The resorts also offer childcare for parents who want to spend quality time together. Frankly, there's a lot more at Disney World than just the Magic Kingdom.



 

 



 

 

Aside from hundreds of social media reactions, the tweet also happened around the same time an op-ed from the New York Post went viral in which writer Johnny Oleksinski said, “Millennials are indeed in an unhealthy relationship with Disney, having granted control of so much of their leisure time and personality to a single, enormous corporate entity meant for children.”.

But, in fact, that’s not what Walt Disney set out to do. Nor did he create the company solely for children, as one Twitter user pointed out. One quote from Disney himself, posted by the Twitter user, reads, “You’re dead if you aim only for kids. Adults are only kids grown up, anyway.”  



 

 



 

 

It's pretty unfortunate that this mother had a bad experience at Disney World. But it's a fact that most parents who take their children below the age of 5 or 6 to such places will only have their work cut out for them. Aside from that, Disney World or any amusement park is for all children and adults alike.

It's not like the others, childless or not, don't have to follow the rules and wait in line for the rides and refreshments. Clearly, this woman just had a terrible experience due to responsibilities and the strain of taking care of her son and ensuring his happiness comes first.

It's unlikely that she will have her demands accepted, mainly because the fact of the matter is, even if childless adults weren't allowed, the place would still be crowded, and she would have ended up raging at another toddler instead of the girl she did (regarding the Pretzel situation). 

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