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The proliferation of LGBT themes and characters in children's TV shows is no coincidence. A new report from Entertainment Insider spotlights the agenda of so-called queer creators. Church Militant's William Mahoney dives deeper into the gay indoctrination of children.
Since the silent-film era, like in Rudolph Valentino's 1921 film The Four Horseman of the Apocalypse, the entertainment industry has pushed the envelope, picking away at traditional sexual morality.
But regarding the LGBT agenda specifically, Insider notes, "What began as subtextual inclusion has shifted to discrete representation."
That discrete representation includes the entire spectrum of the LGBT alphabet.
Insider reports, "Shows created and run by queer women, trans and nonbinary showrunners are largely responsible for the influx of nonbinary and trans characters in kids' animation."
Shadi Petosky, one of those creators, is a so-called transgender woman.
Petosky worked with GLAAD, the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation: "I had to fight with the help of GLAAD to get the actual word 'Pride' in, instead of it being called 'Rainbow Parade' or something."
GLAAD, which has been "accelerating acceptance for the LGBTQ community" for over 30 years, persuaded Nickelodeon, PBS and Cartoon Network to hop on board the tranny train.
Another creator going by the name Rebecca Sugar was behind the first gay proposal ever portrayed in a cartoon.
Sugar maintains, "Visible queer content and multiple queer creators means no one has to feel isolated the way that I did."
The list of such creators and cartoons goes on, accounting for a 222% increase in LGBT stories and characters between 2017 and 2019 alone.
Actress Kirstie Alley, last week, lamented in a tweet, "This push to win the hearts and minds of children has gone too far. I feel sorry for our children. Their exposure to everything perverse on every kind of screen is mind-boggling. And even more tragic, it's being hyped as 'normal.'"
While Kirstie Alley is a Scientologist, many Catholics share her thoughts regarding what they see as a wicked agenda to corrupt America's youth.
In 2015, reality caused Shadi Petosky to miss a flight. The New York Times reported TSA officers had to detain the cartoon creator when the flight scanner, calibrated for a woman, flagged what it classified as an "anomaly" in the groin area.