After driving kids to sexualised images online, ABC cuts link to drag queen’s page

After driving kids to sexualised images online, ABC cuts link to drag queen’s page

CAUGHT driving little children to sexual images and gender fluid content, the ABC has deleted its link to a LGBTIQA+ drag queen’s Facebook page.

But the “Little Kids, Big Talk - Gender” video, featuring the drag queen “Courtney Act” (aka Shane Jenek) indoctrinating children with gender fluid ideology, remains up on the ABC Kids Community Facebook page.

Despite the ABC cutting the link to his Facebook page, Jenek doubled down overnight, posting the children’s video to his Facebook page alongside his picture gallery of age-inappropriate and gender fluid content.

If what Jenek and the ABC are doing is not grooming, what is?

ACTION: Tell the ABC it's not okay to sexualise children and induct them into gender-fluid ideology. Sign the petition today!

Where is ABC Chair Ita Buttrose?

Here’s a screen grab taken on Saturday with the ABC linking little children to Courtney Act’s page.

Here’s a screen grab taken yesterday. The link to Jenek's drag page, Courtney Act, has vanished.

Did someone at the ABC grow a conscience after this was exposed?

Here are some of the inappropriate images for children (and adults who care about civil society) the ABC was sending kids to, and arguably still is by continuing to promote Jenek to children.

Doesn’t the ABC know that children are adept with Google and that the problem isn’t solved by scrubbing the link to Jenek’s page? The kids can simply search online to find out more about their new fun and friendly “role model”.

The parents will never know their kids are being exposed to the wild sexual libertarianism of the mardi gras, but hey, even Blue Clues tells toddlers pride parades are fun.

In the rainbow world kids are never too young to be exposed to radical LGBTIQA+ concepts, including the idea that they might have been born in the wrong body.

Australians will regret the day they voted for same-sex marriage, not realising it was a package deal for their children.

Ita and the board of the ABC should resign. The Morrison Government should cut a big chunk out of the ABC’s $1.1 billion a year budget and tell them to never again expose children to the sexualised gender-fluid world of drag queens.

They are not for kids.

The Morrison Government also needs to tell all government agencies, including the Australian Curriculum, Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) and the ABC, that it will not tolerate gender fluid indoctrination programs for children.

If this can't stopped under a conservative government, it is unlikely to ever be stopped.

Please, tell the ABC this is not okay, sign the petition today! Thankyou.

Lyle Shelton is Director of Campaigns and Communications for the Christian Democratic Party. The Reverend Honourable Fred Nile MLC has nominated Lyle to succeed him in the NSW Parliament when he retires in November. To keep in touch with Lyle and the CDP, sign up here.