Television is not what it was, as conservative and censured as you would think it was in the early ages.
Nowadays, it is more gay than ever before and it has broken all the taboos with streaming. And the cartoons are also playing into the game, influencing young kids to favour the LGBT agenda.
Yes, a long time ago, children’s television frogs kissed humans and princesses only ever married princes. But this has changed.
Now Prince Charming might just as easily ride off into the sunset with another man, as happens in the hit new Hulu cartoon series, “The Bravest Knight”.
The Disney Channel has just had its first gay romance in its live-action tween show “Andi Mack”.
Programme makers doing everything to push the gay agenda in the cartoon shows.
They say it is their ‘struggle’ to tell the young people this is the true world they are growing up, that is a gay world.
Hence, they are including gay characters in cartoons. It is a first tentative step to get people and kids to embrace non-traditional families with gay parents.
But there has been a sharp backlash against this move.
PBS in the US pulled out a same-sex wedding episode of an animated show “Arthur” in which the teacher Mr Ratburn marries his “special someone”.
Glorifying gay lifestyle
Conservatives were outraged, accusing the show of seeking to “glorify the homosexual lifestyle.”
The One Million Moms website kicked off a petition demanding that PBS remove Arthur‘s gay wedding episode in May.
“Their praises further normalize and glorify gay marriage.”
The group has demanded that PBS pull the episode or else face the consequences that they will not allow their children to watch the network.
The network pulled the show out. Will you be able to do the same if you are a Muslim family in a country where they are screening same-sex cartoons for your kids?
Fox News commentator Gorka had this to say against the PBS gay-show:
“Did you have any questions about there being a culture war, ladies and gentlemen?” Gorka added. “Did you have any doubt in your mind? This is a war for our culture.”
Nickelodeon is gay
A bi-racial gay couple appear on Nickelodeon for the first time in an episode of The Loud House.
Watch out for these cartoons. They are out there to get your kids to start loving the ‘gay’ couples.