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05/23/2005

AFA calls off Disney boycott, though don't expect them at "Gay Days"

by Jeremy Hooper

After a nine year ban, the folks at the American Family Association are finally freeing their minions to support all things Disney, if they so choose. AFA prez Tom Wildmon says that they are not endorsing the Mouse House, but that they are no longer including the boycott as a "ministry agenda item."

Ooh..we love it when a bad plan comes apart!

After catching wind of the news, we hear that Mulan and Cinderella were so excited that they started pawing each other like cats in heat.

Boycott back on!

American Family Association Ends Nine-Year Disney Boycott [Agape Press via AFA Online]

RELATED: 'Mini' Mouse [G-A-Y]

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