Raven-Symoné leads an outing on the Disney show to protest ‘Don’t Say Gay’


Raven-Symoné and the cast of The Raven’s House come in the backlash of Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill.

The Raven’s Housesequel to the adult series of It’s so ravenhas been airing on the Disney Channel since 2017 and currently features Raven herself as well as a new young cast of characters and some familiar faces from the original show.

They joined Disney employees from all corners of the company who have staged walkouts in recent days, in reaction to Disney’s now infamous failure to act or even issue a timely statement condemning the bill.” Don’t Say Gay” Florida, as many think. would ostracize or even endanger LGBTQ+ children and children from LGBTQ+ families in the state.

“We are the cast of The Raven’s House and the [executive producers] and we come out today to support this ridiculous bill,” Raven said in a video posted to her Instagram on Tuesday. “We don’t like it! We go out ! It’s stupid! We love everyone and… support, support, support.

She elaborated on the sentiment in the caption, writing: ‘In today’s world it’s imperative that we take a stand, show our support and move forward not backward.

“Every family, every person and every child deserves recognition, regardless of race, gender or sexual orientation. An education that reflects the truth and the world we live in is something we must strive for.

Raven herself has been dating since 2013 and married his wife, Miranda Maday, in 2020.

Disney Branded Television confirmed the walkout in a statement to AND onlinesaying, “Production of our Raven’s Home series was halted today when cast members participated in a walkout designed to stand in solidarity with the LGBTQIA+ community. Our colleagues have both our respect and our support. .


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