Hide Your Kids, Hide Your Wife: ‘Blue’s Clues’ Is Trans-Propagandizing Preschoolers

Hide Your Kids, Hide Your Wife: ‘Blue’s Clues’ Is Trans-Propagandizing Preschoolers By  for The Federalist

If your approach to parenting in our post-sexual revolution hellscape isn’t what Antoine Dodson famously called for, you need to wake up, because they raping everybody out here.

A clip of a “Blue’s Clues” song celebrating Masturbation and Genital Amputation Month went viral over the weekend heading into June.

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“Blue’s Clues” also released an episode in May celebrating LGBT identification.

Blue’s Clues” is a long-running preschool TV show that has played on Nickelodeon Jr. since 1996. “Blue’s Clues became the highest-rated show for preschoolers on American commercial television and was critical to Nickelodeon’s growth,” Wikipedia says. The lyrics of its “Pride Month” song, which appears to be sung by a cartoon drag queen, include the following:

“This family has two mommies, they love each other so proudly.”

“This family has two daddies, they love each other so proudly.”

“These babas are nonbinary, they love each other so proudly.”

“Trans members of this family all love each other so proudly.”

“Some people choose their family, they love each other so proudly.”

“Ace, bi, and pan grownups, you see, can love each other so proudly.”

“All families are made differently, they love each other so proudly.”

This is clearly intended to catechize small children into false and damaging beliefs about the human person. Slogan repetition is a basic propaganda technique. So is incorporating radical ideas into non-threatening and cheerful contexts.

Neither of these is accidental on “Blue’s Clues.” “Sesame Street” is well-known as a pioneer in children’s educational television, using psychological and behavioral research to inform its structure and content. It has been so successful that research actually finds that kids learn as much from “Sesame Street” as from attending preschool, on average (that’s partially because most preschool is a low-quality life experience).

“Blue’s Clues’s” creators studied and built on “Sesame Street” and subsequent early childhood research. Articles about the show’s use of children’s psychology note that “Blue’s Clues” has been designed to use repetition to focus children’s attention on learning the content the show presents.

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