Two New Children’s Cartoon’s to Be About Cross Dressing Drag Queens
More than ever, parents need to be on top of what their children may be watching, because the days of innocent Saturday morning cartoons is officially over. (Honestly, it’s been over for a while.) Two new shows coming this year are pushing cross-dressing lifestyles on children. The first is “Drag Tots!”, a disturbing cartoon from the production company that makes RUPAUL’S DRAG RACE about toddler drag queens. The cast voicing the toddlers are famous drag queens, like RuPaul himself. The series is premiering on the World of Wonder channel June 28th.
Netflix is also releasing an animated series in 2018 called “Super Drags”. The popular streaming network released a description that reads: “By night, they tighten up their corsets and transform into the baddest SUPER DRAGS in town, ready to combat shade and rescue the world’s glitter from the evil villains. Get ready, because the SUPER DRAGS are going deeper than you think.” The trailer which Netflix released in May shows drag queens dressing up, with superimposed shots of a characters’ breasts and buttocks.
What should now be clear for parents is that you can’t trust a Network’s children programming simply because they deem it “children’s programming”. The filmmakers will insert whatever messaging they desire, and many parents won’t notice. Disney XD, a channel that numerous parents will leave on all day to distract their children, drew controversy last year for featuring a boy princess in an episode of “Star vs. The Forces of Evil.” The Disney Channel has also featured multiple LGBT stories in various children’s shows.
Parents shouldn’t have to worry about sexualized themes and agenda’s in children shows, but the reality is that they do have to worry. Whether it be Drag Queen reading sessions at schools, characters of classic literature being made lesbians, or your local city holding a LGBT Pride event, Christians should be ready to pass on biblical values and teachings to their children regarding these issues. Don’t wait for filmmakers or TV shows to teach your children what to think or believe. Be proactive in having discussions with them, teaching what it means to love people as Jesus did, yet holding firm to God’s call to holiness, as Hebrews 12:14 says, “Make every effort to live in peace with everyone and to be holy; without holiness no one will see the Lord.”
To teach your children to want to be media-wise, read THE CULTURE WISE FAMILY by Dr. Ted Baehr.