THE ABC is now inducting your children into the gender-confused and hyper-sexualised world of LGBTIQA+ drag queens.
The $1.1 billion a year public broadcaster is leading kids down a pathway of harm, and we are paying for this to happen.
If you think the ABC inducting children into gender fluidity is bad enough, you are right. But it gets worse.
With the segment Entitled Little Kids Big Talk, Ita’s team conveniently provided a hyperlink to Courtney Act’s Facebook page where the children can click through to the following images of their new role model.
If this is not grooming children, what is?
One of the little girls innocently asks: “Why is all drag queens so beautiful?”
Courtney responds: “That’s a very lovely complement to all the drag queens.”
Not so fast Courtney. I’ve previously written about some of the drag queen “role models” that are being placed before children in public libraries as part of “drag queen story time” events.
A cursory look at their social media presence (which I don’t recommend), freely available to children, is not at all beautiful. In fact, “sick and degraded” and “stay away” would have been a more honest response from Courtney.
Apart from guiding children to sexually inappropriate material online, the ABC doesn’t at all seem concerned about the consequences of children changing their gender.
It’s almost like the gender clinicians at the Westmead Children’s Hospital, who are worried about treating gender-confused children with drugs and surgery that make them infertile and mutilate their bodies, don’t exist.
Courtney’s wonderful world of sparkles and rainbows is enough to give these cute kids a taste of the LGBTIQA+ lifestyle the ABC seeks to normalise.
They can find out more by clicking the link to Courtney’s page.
What is there for parents to be worried about?
Defund the ABC.
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.