Disneyland sparked outrage by swapping Minnie Mouse's famous polka-dot dress for a men's tailored pantsuit.
The pantsuit was created by fashion designer Stella McCartney in honor of Women's History Month, which takes place in March.
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Minnie has worn her famous red and white polka-dot dress since 1928. Apparently, Disney decided it was time for a change in keeping with the agenda to erase femininity.
The change was met with a mix of outrage and bewilderment on social media.
Candace Owens wears pants suit all the time but Minnie Mouse can’t .
— Area69 (@innermono07) January 28, 2022
I think for anyone over the age of say 40, it's about nostalgia. I don't care for the new look myself, but I think it's simply not how I remember Minnie Mouse from my childhood.
— Bret Horrell (@bret_Horrell) January 28, 2022
I don't like it at all. I prefer the original Minnie Mouse.
— Vegan Forever ? (@VeganForever9) January 28, 2022
Disney replaced Minnie Mouse’s skirt with a pantsuit and the green M&M lost her go go boots. But like why couldn’t they just come out with a new gender nonconforming character or something that’s not just this weird performative middle ground
— Air Durnell (@air_durnell) January 28, 2022
Are people really getting upset over #MinnieMouse in a pantsuit?
Seriously? It's a cartoon mouse.
If she wanna wear pants, let her.
— Bulba_saurus_wreck (@AkimichiSwirls) January 28, 2022
The people bitching about Minnie Mouse need to chill. Honestly. I’m so sorry you feel threatened by a cartoon mouse in a pantsuit, because how dare IP be updated and changed? ? Give me a break.
— long story short, it’s still a bad ti-ime ? (@hannahmontann_) January 28, 2022
Conservatives crying over M&Ms and Minnie Mouse lol... what an embarrassment to America they have become. Sad.
— PatriotOfTruth (@TrumperList) January 28, 2022