Gay Days at Disney World canceled for 2021

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 It’s Been A Tough Couple Of Years For Gay Days.  Chris Manley And One Of The World’s Most Famous LGBTQ Events Announced This Weekend That Gay Days Would Be Cancelled For 2021.  And This Is The 2nd Year In A Row.  Traditionally Held The First Weekend Of June, It Celebrates Red Shirt Day At The Magic Kingdom And The Walt Disney Resort In Orlando.  When Covid-19 Brought The World To A Hault In March 2020, It Forced The Cancellation Of Gay Days To 2021.  But Now It Is Clear, Our World Has Not Yet Returned To Normal To Allow Chris Manley And The Producers Of An Event That Attracts More Than 100,000 Guests To Return To The Level Of Normalcy Needed.  That Have Rescheduled Gay Day To May 31 – June 6, 2022 And Promise A New Host Hotel.  Gay Days Said In The Announcement “Although Vaccines Have Become Available Throughout The U.S. We Want To Ensure That We Can Host Our Event With The Utmost Safety For All Who Participate. In Partnership With Our 2021 Gay Days Host Hotel, Margaritaville Resort, And Adhering To The Federal, State, Local And CDC Guidelines, We Have Made The Decision To Cancel.”  Queer News Tonight Applauds Gay Days Decision And Lends Our Voice To Support The Return Of Gay Days 2022 Will Be It’s Greatest Celebration In Their History.

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