So, here’s the thing: If you want to get dressed up in a Tinkerbell costume and make your boyfriend dress as Peter Pan, and parade yourselves around town until your tiny wings fall off, god bless you. If you want to do all that at a Disney property, you are s**t out of luck.
Disney has a policy in place stating that costumed adult guests are not allowed in the parks. Why? Because little kids are kind of dumb, and will run up to hug anything that looks like a familiar character, something most child molesters figured out looong ago. It’s a smart policy, a public safety policy. A policy that protects both Disney and your goofy little offspring.
Try telling that to 15-year-old April Spielman, though. She wanted to be Tinkerbell sooo bad, and Disney World wouldn’t give her what she wanted, so she literally went crying to a news outlet, stamping her tiny, pixie dust-covered feet.
Sigh. I want to feel bad for young April, it’s just … hey, something shiny!