Wealthy New York City Parents hire disabled tour guides in Disney World: Author Wednesday Martin wrote in her new book

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    Wealthy cutting lines at Disney World?


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Wednesday Martin is a social researcher that has a new book that explores some of the more outrageous secrets of privileged New York City parents.

One of these scandals is the claim that some parents have hired disabled tour guides to get through Disney World. By doing this parents grant their children access to cut to the front of all lines at Disney World. One mother claims that she used Dream Tours Florida to use a disabled tour guide in Disney World.
Dream Tours Florida released a statement "Due to inaccurate press and slander, Dream Tours is not offering VIP tours at this time. Our focus has primarily always been providing magical vacations for adults with special needs and helping their dreams to come true." Disney has not weighed in on this disturbing trend.
Martin describes the privileged and powerful parents of New York City as an 'exotic tribe.'
    As a social researcher Martin believes this is an example of 'tribal behavior.' Parents are engaging in these behaviors to prove that they belong to a certain group, or in this case the 1 percent echelon of New York City parents.
    Wednesday Martin is the Author of "Primates of Park Avenue" that will be released in 2014.