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  1. princeofprussia

    I think the cruel adults in these situations were the ones who should have been euthenized. God help us — and especially our kids — if this is what our world is coming to. Is society really regressing to the point that kids with special needs will need to be hidden away?!! Again, I say, God help us.

    1. Jessie F Phillips

      Well that tells me something… It wasn’t my autistic child that those POS we talking their crap about ….

    2. FL man

      Disney brought this on themselves when they decided to cancel zip a dee door dah

  2. N

    Actually the CM was wrong in the first situation. We have a level of magic to adhere to and if someone was out of line then they definitely should have been pulled aside.

    1. Jessica

      As a former CM, I did not have authority to pull guests aside. The most i could have done was request security, *if* I could find my lead – the rest of us were not given walkie-talkies.

      1. N

        Valid, I should of specified. Security should have been called and/or the lead should have taken the first step to speak to the unruly guest. Its unfortunate your lead was not available if and when you need assistance.

  3. It makes me sad to see how people feel the need to abuse children & there parents on a special night for special children. I keeping hearing awful things about Disneyland and the fact that there staff can’t or won’t help with people in the park being rude/using rude & offensive language, in general being bullies. Hey Disney when are you going to wake up & start protecting children & families at your parks.

    1. Jasper Eliot

      The House of Mouse is done. It should be left to the same fate as America’s shopping malls.

      1. N/A

        Kids are more often than adults rude and horrible. BAN KIDS. I fully agree that they should not be permitted in these theme parks where they spread way more germs than adult, are overly loud and obnoxious, and overall rude and believe they run the world. This negative effect needs to be eradicated in the happiness place on earth. Ban the “kids”.

        1. Baffled

          It’s made for kids…

        2. Getoff Mylawn

          You need to be in a mental ward. Grown ass adult wanting kids banned from Disney? You’re a psych patient. No normal adult thinks that way.

        3. Flat.Turd

          That’s a satirical comment, right?

    2. YvonneNC

      This story sounds tragic, but it’s worth pointing out that we are only hearing one side of the story. One must wonder how it is that one person had not just one but 2 different people supposedly calling her kids out. I’m not saying there is no truth to the story, but it is possible it is exaggerated and that we are not hearing the full details of what precipitated the alleged rude comments from the guests.

      1. Getoff Mylawn

        I’ll admit I had the same thought. TWO people were rude to them? I call b.s.

  4. Carmen

    Us as adults need to be the example….starting with respect. My children are grown and we still love going to Disneyland as a family and we love watching all the smiling faces on all the children and enjoy all that Disney has to offer for children and adults. We recently went and had a fantastic time!

  5. KDC

    I hope people who do that to children or anyone will get kicked out and banned for acting like an adult toddler, yelling at that poor child. That should never be tolerated or let go, what a damn shame!

    1. baby ben solo (she/her)

      i see some weird people in the comments blaming this kind of thing on “wokeness” or on poor and poc people being allowed into the park, and uh,,, yeah, that’s not the problem. disney has ALWAYS had problems with treating disabled guests properly, and i can speak from MULTIPLE experiences as a disabled person who sometimes brings my service dog with me to the park, or enrolls in the DAS program. either way, people are ALWAYS rude, both cast members and guests alike. it really just outlines the entitlement people have developed, that they shouldn’t have to “go through the trouble” of making an experience easier and more magical for a disabled guest. it goes back to Disney’s problem with inclusivity, unfortunately. hopefully something changes soon.

      1. Getoff Mylawn

        I’m disabled and go to Disneyland every week in an ECV. On occasion someone is rude but not often. Are you looking for rudeness at every turn? I’ve been with an SD and cast were so helpful. Sorry but it sounds like you’re offended at everything if you see rude everywhere.

        1. baby ben solo (she/her)

          why would I look for rudeness everywhere at the most magical place on earth? “oh I never experienced what you’re talking about so you must be exaggerating because my experience is the only universal experience” I’ve talked to multiple other disabled disney goers, all of them say the same thing, that disney has a problem with this. then again, all of these disabled people were also queer and poc, including myself, so maybe that also had something to do with it. just because someone complains of unfair treatment doesn’t mean they’re just looking for it everywhere, that’s a stupid and victim blaming concept to push on someone.

  6. Helen

    Why would you bully kids when you’re an adult? God, humanity is just deteriorating every minute. They probably don’t have kids and I hope they don’t ever will. Disney just keeps on getting worse and worse for me from all the stories that I hear. Don’t think I want to bring my kids there anymore

  7. mich

    I was in a restaurant with my family in the summer holidays in August. There was a family with a autistic teenage girl. She wasn’t doing anything wrong. Just speaking a bit loud. Like so many other people without a disability do in a crowded place. However some horrible woman decided to bully her. Shouting at her to be quite. That’s she needs to learn how to act outside. Than this woman says I’m autistic as well and I’m deaf. I wouldn’t mind this Ignorant lady and her husband told this girl to f###king die. This couple were thrown out the pub restaurant but were still arguing with the staff. Calling the staff horrible names and to make matters worse. They were outside taking drugs substance in the alley way next to pub. I stood up for the family with the autistic girl. I said if you don’t like her talking move to other table. I said you are the one’s who are loud. Disturbing myself and my family. Before this happened with this girl this lady & husband nearly knocked me over . I went to the toilet and they pushed into me with their suitcase and gave me this look that could kill me. Never said sorry just were saying things about me under their breath. I basically think they were high on drugs. They would have argued with anyone. I said to this woman if you are deaf how can you hear this girl. You can not!!!!!

    1. FIFY

      If the girl is gonna be loud, go outside w her

  8. Dan

    People are just angry these days. I’ve never seen anything like this before. It’s not just at Disney. I think the pressures of what’s happening in our country is turning folks in to being mean and hateful. Don’t want to get political but things suck right now with wokeness everywhere.

    1. Katrina

      No you shouldn’t have made this a political argument. But since you went there let me just say you really make a lot of sense. “Wokeness” is what leads a grown man to say in front of an autistic child that he should be euthanized. Yep, blame it on the people who – while definitely overdoing it at times – are at least trying to make the world a safe and accepting place for all. Look at the other end of the political spectrum. Animals. Savages. Even if people don’t care to be politically correct or “woke” or whatever—you think that’s what is driving someone to be that kind of human slime to insult disabled children in the worst possible way? You think that’s an excuse to do that? lol says a lot about you.

    2. Aaron

      Uh no that’s definitely not the problem. You’re just projecting

  9. Dan

    People are just angry these days. I’ve never seen anything like this before. It’s not just at Disney. I think the pressures of what’s happening in our country is turning folks in to being mean and hateful. Don’t want to get political but things are awful right now everywhere.

  10. Kris

    Doesn’t the coats of conduct cover guess who are being rude and disruptive like this? This is an incident that requires zero tolerance! It’s time to start kicking some of these guests out of the parks or the reputation of the parks will continue to fall.

    1. Kris

      *codes of conduct. Damn it hate this microphone sometimes 🤣🤣

  11. CJA

    I’ve been reading about these incidents for a good five years, so it’s not just the “Biden bucks.” For too long we have been excusing, accepting and encouraging bad behavior and now the frequency has grown. Time to adult up, folks, and model the way we wish our children to emulate. Good on Mom for sticking up for her kids – it’s sad that some sorry excuse of a ‘grown-up’ made you all too uncomfortable to remain.

  12. Selene

    Divide and conquer is in full effect in this country. People have become 24/7 consumers of media and, for quite a few anyway, don’t seem to have the capacity for independent thought, let alone empathy. Everyone wants everything yesterday and it has been this way for at least 20 years now. These sort of me me me people have always been around but all the manufactured strife gives them enough rope to hang themselves with and they do, every time. The weirdest part for me, is the apparent lack of guilt or even slight hindsight insight.
    I tried to be a “step on others to get what I want type” as I was raised to think that was the only path to success. It was HORRIBLE. I felt like crap and nearly died. I finally realized it was ok to just be me. It’s ok to cry at sentimental moments and being kind DOESN’T = weakness. The opposite is true. Hopefully more people with truly “wake up” to the possibility of living a happy life, one of kindness and giving which really gives oneself the best reward possible, a happy and fulfilled existence full of love.
    I know this is pretty simplistic and overly sweet but hey, it’s what I believe.

  13. Jesus believer

    Democrats want 2 eat children

  14. CJ

    CHOC used to stand for CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL OF ORANGE COUNTY

    I got 😥 reading how rude that Park Guest was to the special needs children.

    It’s a shame that Cast Members do not have enough authority to handle the situation, are left sometimes without a means to contact Security (and thank you to the Cast Member who posted to confirm what they can and cannot do).

    I just hope those kids were treated better elsewhere, thank you to everyone who supports charities like CHOC.

  15. D Camp

    Ok, is this article written with any witness input? I think the whole situation is minor. We’re the kids being particularly loud? Was the mother really that kind when she talked at the irritated guest? Folks here are getting up a lynxh-mob over something we didn’t actually see. My bet is, if folks had been standing there when it happened, the same lynch-mobbians would have done zilch

  16. D Camp

    Ok, is this article written with any witness input? I think the whole situation is minor. We’re the kids being particularly loud? Was the mother really that kind when she talked at the irritated guest? Folks here are getting up a lynxh-mob over something we didn’t actually see. My bet is, if folks had been standing there when it happened, the same lynch-mobbians would have done zilch. Maybe the child was being too loud, which would be annoying to folks.

  17. Jason F

    While not illegal, it is frowned upon to call a child a b*tch.

  18. Noel

    I love Disneyland, it is my favorite place. However I would happily get banned and arrested for punching a hefer in the face for screaming and cussing at my kids. The cast member should have removed her out of the line.

  19. Thumper

    I will say this if at anything or anywhere someone said something like that to my disabled child or my children or grandchildren. They’d have to kick me out. Thats unexceptable anywhere

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