Disney+ Will Now Ask You To Confirm No Parents Are In The Room Before Viewing Content

U.S.—Disney+ has announced some new parental features coming to the popular streaming platform. Now to ensure that parents do not get in the way of their children’s viewing experience, Disney+ will ask to confirm that no parents are in the room before viewing any content.

“We have to stick to our core values. And that’s to influence and fill young minds with content that we want them to see without Mommy and Daddy’s knowledge,” said Disney CEO Bob Chapek. “We believe children learn the most from a free environment, that’s not stifled by adult supervision.”

Now before viewing any content intended for children, users will have to confirm that no parents are in the room, only young susceptible children. They will be prompted to answer as follows: You must be 18 or younger, preferably in Kindergarten to 3rd Grade. Please confirm that no parents are in the room before continuing.

“We realized that parents have enough controls as it is,” explained Bob Chapek. “So we are giving children special tools so they can have a special educational time on Disney+. Now kids can learn without the oppressive, disapproving judgment of parents who think they know what’s best for their own kids”

At publishing time, Disney confirmed that any parents found violating the rules by staying and watching in the room are subject to legal fees and having their children taken away by Child Protective Services.


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10 replies
  1. Wayne
    Wayne says:

    Disney CEO Bob Chapek is a sick man. his canard that ““We believe children learn the most from a free environment, that’s not stifled by adult supervision.” is a sham, the content he show’s children is made by adults, with out supervision.

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  2. pianodude
    pianodude says:

    During a recent community business meeting, members have discussed boycotting all Disney associates, films, merchandise, toys, entertainment sites, and anything else Disney-related in an effort to protect our children from those predators. All voted “aye”.

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  3. Michigan J Frogg
    Michigan J Frogg says:

    “We have to stick to our core values. And that’s to influence and fill young minds with content that we want them to see without Mommy and Daddy’s knowledge,” said Disney CEO Bob Chapek. “We believe children learn the most from a free environment, that’s not stifled by adult supervision.”
    At publishing time, Disney confirmed that any parents found violating the rules by staying and watching in the room are subject to legal fees and having their children taken away by Child Protective Services.
    The sick, pedophiliac, leftist driven company, Disney, had seen it’s last days in my home months ago, this just further solidifies the decision.

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  4. Cam
    Cam says:

    These Owners and CEOs need to be killed , they are brainwashing the kids , and telling you right to your face , you are a parent , and not welcome ..Death to them all .They are all Pedophile Satanic Demons , same as all lgbtq ….

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  5. robert sweat
    robert sweat says:

    Disney is going to be out of business soon as most of the employees are child groomers and pedo’s. They are being arrested on child porn and pedophile charges left and right, what a sham this business is now and walt is turning in his grave.

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