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The Walt Disney Company recently hosted a Native American Heritage Month “cultural trip” featuring a drag queen with two spirits making baskets.

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Native Americans and Disney allies, along with Vision (NAATV), a company-wide group of employees, hosted an online “Cultural Journey with Geo Soctoma Neptune” event on Nov. 1, according to a screenshot of the private event tweeted by Christopher Rufo. a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute who confirmed the event with a source within the company.

Recently featured on Netflix’s Curiosity with Jonathan Van Ness, Geo Soktoma Neptune is a Passamaquoddy, basket maker, drag queen, activist, educator and two spirits – Indigenous, Cultural, Spiritual and Gender. the role that holds the sacred space between the male and female energies, the bearer of tradition and youth teacher”, the description of the event says.

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“Through his experience, Geo will give a presentation on what it means to be two spirits, to be an appointed basket weaver, and their activism, which allows them to travel the world to learn about the challenges indigenous peoples face,” he adds.

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Neptune made Maine history in 2020 by becoming the first openly transgender person elected to public office in the state after a former art teacher was elected to the Indian Township School Board.

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Neptune performed under the pseudonym Lyzz Bien, It is reported by NBC News. in 2016. Neptune spoke about how he was two-faced at the time.

“We balance two polarities, two energies in our bodies, two energies in the same spiritual place,” Neptune said. “These two polarities should not coexist, but that is why there are people with two spirits. We bring them into balance.”

Disney did not respond to Fox Business’s request for comment.