Beloved Cartoon Network sparks anger with tweets teaching kids about ‘gender pronouns’

The Cartoon Network has glommed onto the so-called International Transgender Day of Visibility and appears to be using it to indoctrinate children with LGBT ideology.

For example, on Thursday the network posted a one-minute-long cartoon video to Twitter that teaches children about so-called “gender pronouns.”

“Addressing someone using their pronouns and name shows that you RESPECT them as their authentic self! We celebrate the journey of our trans and gender-non-conforming friends on this #TransgenderDayofVisibility!” the video’s caption reads.

Watch the video itself below:

The video features three characters.

“Gender pronouns describe a person’s gender identity,” character one says at the beginning of the video.

“Examples of pronouns are she/her, they/them, and ze/zir!” the second character then says.

“If you’re comfortable, you can share your own pronouns,” the third character adds.

The next scene shows the characters introducing themselves to one another with their “gender pronouns.” Two of the characters use “they/them” pronouns, and one character uses “she/her” pronouns.

At one point, one of the characters adds, “Thanks y’all! When people use my pronouns, I feel respected, safe and included.”

“Wow! It’s a relief to know people who affirm who I am,” another says.

The video was not well-received by Twitter critics.


The latter tweet, a meme, was a reference to what happened last week after a “transgender male” committed a mass shooting at a Christian school in Nashville, killing three adults and three young children.

The media originally correctly identified shooter Audrey Hale as a biological female. But after experiencing backlash from the far-left LGBT community, many media outlets backtracked and effectively apologized for so-called “misgendering” the murderer of children.

Case in point:

Dovetailing back to the Cartoon Network, it’s been pushing LGBT ideology (including pronoun lessons) on children since at least 2020, if not earlier.

“A television network well-known for family-friendly programming has collaborated with a liberal interest group to create a series of digital comic strips ‘normalizing gender pronouns’ other than ‘she’ and ‘he,'” The Christian Post reported on Dec. 17th, 2020.

At the time, the Cartoon Network had published to Twitter four comic strips incidentally containing some of the same characters and lessons about so-called “gender pronouns” as the cartoon video up top.


The comic strips provoked even more backlash back then, likely because the use of “gender pronouns” wasn’t as tolerated and accepted as it is now.



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