Cartoon to feature gender-swapping protagonist
The assault on traditional gender roles is a major focus of today’s lunatic left. By relentlessly pushing same-sex marriage and supporting gays in the military and Boy Scouts, progressives are trying to desensitize Americans to the inherent differences between males and females.
Furthermore, the secularists in charge of education intend to indoctrinate the next generation with the purported virtue of inclusion. Female students are forced to share restrooms and locker rooms with males of all ages simply because they choose to call themselves women. Those who dare object to such deviancy in many cases face disciplinary action.
There might be no better forum through which to present propaganda celebrating alternative sexuality than the fantasy worlds created by cartoons. Children are drawn to stories aimed at their comprehension level and the heroic tales of superheroes captures their young imaginations.
One new program, SheZow, explores the life of an individual who openly possesses both a male and female persona.
The main character is a preteen named Guy who can quite accurately be described as a transsexual.
Young viewers hear Guy recite his catchphrase and he magically becomes a female superhero donning a purple and pink outfit.
Though some may see the show, which will air on the Hub network, as a harmless exercise in fantasy, this is surely just another step forward in completely rewriting cultural norms.
The Hub’s target demographic – ages 2 to 11 – are growing up in a society bent on legitimizing lifestyles many consider immoral and sinful. Popular culture will continue relentlessly demonizing that segment of the populace while championing the “brave” individuals who embrace their basest sexual nature and force their views upon everyone else.
With the self-described LGBTQQIA community dutifully portrayed as heroic and conservatives labeled as stubborn bigots, traditional Americans have an unprecedented fight ahead of us in the ongoing effort to restore this great nation.