Monday, July 02, 2018 by Ethan Huff
Comments that contain anything even remotely critical of the cultural bulldozer known as the LGBT agenda are apparently no longer permitted on Facebook, which recently banned a former university professor for “hate speech” after he raised honest concerns about a controversial LGBT video for children that encourages pre-pubescents to become homosexuals and transgenders.
Robert A.J. Gagnon, Ph.D., a former associate professor of New Testament at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, had his Facebook account suspended for 24 hours simply for pointing out that the video in question has nothing to do with “sexual diversity,” as claimed, but rather centers entirely around the celebration of sexual perversity.
Produced by Canadian news outlet CBC Life, a taxpayer-funded subsidiary of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the video explains to children that it’s important for them to “com[e] out of the closet,” or at the very least to become “gay allies” in support of the LGBT agenda. Featured in the video is CBC television host Jessi Cruickshank, who explains how, as a child, she began questioning her own sexuality while watching naked clips of actress Jodie Foster.
“Happy pride, everybody!” Cruickshank announces at the video’s onset in a room filled with children that’s decorated party-style with gay pride flags and rainbow balloons. The video’s intended audience, as revealed by the setting and décor of the set, are children as young as five years old – kindergarteners, essentially, who are many, many years away from even reaching puberty.
Nothing about the video or its message is appropriate for underage children, and especially those who have no clue what sexuality means. And this is what Dr. Gagnon attempted to convey in a well-written rebuttal to the video, which is quickly going viral on social media.
“It is a measure of how corrupt things have become that this woman is not vilified throughout Canada and legislators are not threatening to remove funding from the CBC,” he wrote. “By the end the woman is talking to little children about [Jodie] Foster helping her to question her own sexuality as a child and about Foster’s nudity in a film.”
Laura Higgins, a cultural affairs analyst with the Illinois Family Institute, was even more direct in her critique of the video. She described Cruickshank as a “twisted person” for even mentioning the fact that she used to watch the movie “Nell” over and over again just to see Jodie Foster naked – not to mention her name-dropping of LGBT icons in Hollywood and the media, none of whom young children should be idolizing.
“In a clownish, polka-dotted outfit and surrounded by rainbow balloons, she quizzes these five-year-olds on their understanding of homosexuality, ‘pride’ month, the importance of affirming homosexuality, and the meaning of the term ‘gay icons’ – you know, people like Neil Patrick Harris, Ricky Martin, Lady Gaga, Anderson Cooper, and Jodie Foster, all of whom she lists for the children. Cruikshank tells them that ‘gay pride’ is a celebration of ‘sexual diversity,’ a concept young children have no capacity to understand,” she says.
There’s even a portion of the video in which Cruickshank is seen expressing delight over one little girl’s statement that it would be “cool” to be raised in a fatherless home. Once again illustrating the LGBT mafia’s hatred for masculinity and men, Cruickshank starts to cheer when the girl says this, stating herself that, “Yeah … so many advantages!” to not having a man in the home.
Best-selling author and WND Managing Editor David Kupelian also chimed in, calling the video “a form of child abuse.”
“To indoctrinate and emotionally manipulate little kids, who cannot possibly understand what ‘sexual diversity’ or ‘transgender’ or ‘bisexual’ or ‘coming out’ mean, into parroting the left’s catechism and identifying as ‘gay allies’ is a new low,” he added.
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