‘They’re after your kids’: Clip from popular children’s cartoon checks all the ‘woke’ boxes

Parents who are wary of the progressive influence on their children may want to take a close look at the media their little ones are consuming.

Twitter user “VOCAB MALONE” shared a minute-long snippet of a “Transformers: EarthSpark” episode in which one of the characters discussed her pronouns with one of the robots.


“Sometimes the world can be a scary place,” Sam says. “It’s hard to know who’s dangerous or not.”

“Hm, that’s true, though disappointing,” the Transformer replies.

“Hey, it’s okay. I know I’m safe when I’m with my friends, or other non-binary people,” she explains, attempting to comfort the robot.

“What a wonderful word for a wonderful experience,” the Transformer says after Sam explains the definition of “non-binary.”

However, this is not the only example of this show introducing LGBTQ+ ideology to the young, impressionable minds watching it. The same Twitter user posted another video in December 2022, showing the iconic Transformer Optimus Prime awkwardly navigating another Transformer’s pronouns.


Social media was quick to jump on the videos with Libs of TikTok warning: ‘They’re after your kids’:


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