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Disney’s support for child grooming is a game-changer

The Walt Disney Company’s unconditional support for the sexual care of prepubescent children is a game-changer.

Good parents, and most parents are good parents, instinctively understand how important it is to preserve the innocence of their children for as long as possible. Honest people don’t need to learn that. They just get it. You don’t want to protect them until they’re 35. This is not healthy. But the idea of ​​exposing little children to human sexuality, of destroying that crucial part of their innocence, is something decent people don’t do.

Even Bill Maher, an avowed libertine in his private life, is decent enough to object to this sort of thing. He wants to be left alone to live his life his own way, but he doesn’t want to destroy the innocence of children either. It’s as American as it gets. That’s how it’s supposed to work.

Good people also understand that when you expose small children to sex, you set them up. Instead of letting their sexuality develop naturally, a sick, twisted adult steps in to manipulate it, normalizing their own flaws, fetishes, and preferences for their own sick ends.

Well, look at us now!

We now live in a country where one of our two main political parties and the mainstream media are pro-grooming. In addition to a Supreme Court nominee who clearly doesn’t see child pornography as a terrible thing, who is seeking to gradually decriminalize child pornography, the entire Democratic Party has come out against a Florida bill to prevent teachers care for small children. All the Florida bill does is ban the teaching of sexuality in K-3 classrooms. That’s all he does. In my mind, that doesn’t go far enough. Schools shouldn’t teach sex, period. But Democrats and the media are angry that children between the ages of four and seven don’t have their innocence shattered when they should be learning to read and write.

Also in favor of sexual grooming, the Walt Disney Co.

In what will be remembered as one of entertainment’s greatest betrayals, the Walt Disney Co. didn’t just speak out against Florida’s “don’t groom little children” bill, Disney agrees to use its brand and platforms to take over with its own grooming.

Disney’s first move was to add a gay kiss to its new theatrical blockbuster, Buzz Lightning.

What decent parent wants to expose their grandchildren to this kind of sexual confusion, to any kind of sexuality?

Disney has also promised to increase its gay and transgender content in children’s programming.

Think what a betrayal that is…

Disney— Disney! — seeks to prepare your children, to mediate between parent and child, to manipulate and shape their sexuality before it develops naturally. To what end? What purpose ? We all know what the endgame is. Turning your children into damaged and sexualized objects that can be exploited.

This sick move isn’t the end of Disney. Unfortunately, once a company reaches the level of Disney, it is no longer possible to touch it.

What it is, however, is a game changer when it comes to public perception and sees the Disney brand as something safe and innocent. This will affect the bottom line of the kid grooming business because a lot of parents are going to avoid that sick shit like any decent parent should.

If men want to dress like women and women want to dress like men, if people want to be gay or bi or tri or quad or whatever, I don’t care. Want to be a swinger like Bill Maher? I do not care. Go live your life. Have sex in any way with any consenting adult you like. I don’t mind the way you live your life. I do not care.

But when you pressure to wedge yourself between parent and child, when you pressure to use the government to expose innocent little children to your deviance and perversion; when a large multinational like Disney boasts, We will expose your children to perversion and deviance, that crosses the live-and-let-live line.

Not only is the Disney we once knew no longer…Disney now openly supports and participates in the sexual grooming of your children.

And it will cost them more than their soul.

If I had children, I would have no problem with Bill Maher babysitting them, but under no circumstances would I allow a Disney employee to come near them.

It’s an upside down world.

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