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Report Shows How ‘Queer Creators’ Spent Years Pushing the LGBTQ Agenda in Children’s TV Programs

The increase of LGBTQ characters and themes popping up in TV shows made for children in the last decade is not an organic development. It’s the consequence of so-called “queer creators” pushing the LGBTQ agenda and working with major entertainment networks, writers, producers, showrunners, and directors to place sexualized themes into on-screen fare made for young audiences.

From top left going clockwise, two moms on Good Luck Charlie, Blue's Clues Pride Parade, Cyrus Goodman and his boyfriend on the Disney TV Show, Andi Mack, and a lesbian wedding on Steven Universe. (Disney, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network)