How Disney's Adult Fans Have Created A Cottage Industry Around "Disneybounding"

Playing Dress Up In Disney Isn\'t Just For KidsFor the happiest place on Earth, Disney can be hugely polarizing.Many among us believe that the entertainment conglomerate is pure magic. After all, Disney\'s biggest themes — that dreams should be big, dragons can be slayed, and that everyone deserves their own happily ever afters — are some of humanity\'s most universal ideals. But for others, it\'s a scam — consumer culture at its purest, tying real human emotions to an unending river of products to consume, all to profit one of the biggest, most powerful companies on Earth.Many people swing from wonderstruck to skeptical as they grow up. But certain adults have remained die-hard loyalists. They get married at Disney World, go to work dressed as their favorite characters, and would rather spend their Friday nights playing Disney trivia than camped out at a bar.Their obsession gave birth to the global phenomenon of Disneybounding. Born out of the theme parks\' strict rules that prohibit