This “Pride month” children across the country are subjected to sexual content designed to normalize homosexuality and gender fluidity for kids.
While many states are choosing to ban public sexual displays, such as drag shows, content and products which specifically target children are still prevalent.
In Washington, DC, the DC Library System plans to host a Children’s Pride Parade, targeting children ages 0 – 18. The Smithsonian is also pointing “Pride” at children, with printable “Pride” coloring sheets, crafts, and a display at the National History Museum featuring a chrome harness and thong.
Sesame Street, the long-running children’s show, posted a message to Twitter featuring the children’s characters and a message for pride month.
Sesame Street has been a long-time promoter of the LGBTQ+ agenda. The show introduced the first transgender muppet in 2019.
Drag queen reading hours, while illegal in some states such as Montana, are continuing in others. In Middletown, CT, the “Drag Artist Story Hour” advertised itself as, “an all ages event” however, they stated that they especially, “recommended [it] for ages 3-8.”
The YouTube Kids app contains a plethora of videos indoctrinating kids about transgenderism. The Blues Clues Pride Parade Song is featured, which includes small animals with top-surgery scars and a drag queen.
On one channel entitled “Queer Kids Stuff”, a woman explains to a small bear that: “Well, Teddy, did you know that some people aren’t a boy or a girl?” She then goes on to say that: “Some people are boys, some people are girls, and some people are people. There are also people who are trans or transgender.”
The LGBTQ+ agenda has moved from pressuring adults into being inclusive to targeting children with their agenda. Theme parks such as Disneyland, Six Flags, and others will be hosting Pride Nights involving drag shows, and drag sing-a-longs, aiming to involve children in overtly sexual activities.