Why must our children be deluged with homosexuality?
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Recent episodes, “Making Lemonade Out of Lemons/The Watering Hole, The Big Red Tomato/Dogbot, The Birdwell Island Blues/The Big Red World,” features what seems to be a lesbian couple.
In the end credits of the episode, “The Big Red Tomato/Dogbot,” Dr. Mulberry and Ms. Mullbery are listed.
In the two other episodes, one of the characters, Samantha, refers to both of the women, Dr. Mulberry and Ms. Mulberry, as “mom” on separate occasions.
While it is very subtle, the small reference is extremely important and harmful.
Imagine a young child, the target audience of the cartoon sees the episode and witness both of the women being referred to as mother.
It seems those promoting the homosexual agenda will do anything to normalize the unnatural sin of sodomy. They understand the need of indoctrinating and deforming the minds of the younger generations.
That’s why in a recent episode of a long-playing children’s cartoon, Arthur, a prominent character, Mr. Ratburn, 3rd grade teacher, gets “married” to another man in a homosexual “wedding.”
This is just sick.
Promoting homosexual practice to little kids? Does it get any worse?
Promoting homosexuality to little kids? Does it get any worse?
The push to normalize sin can be seen by the different reactions of the other characters in the episode.
Arthur, the main character, after being winked at by the homosexual partner of Mr. Ratburn walking up the aisle, expresses happiness with a large smile. He also comments at the reception, “Mr. Ratburn is married. I still can’t believe it!”
Arthur’s friend Fran responds, “Yep, it’s a brand new world.”
My conscience cannot allow me to sit by idly and allow such depravity to be spread to the most vulnerable of our society.
Sign This Petition
To Paula A. Kerger, President and CEO of PBS:
I demand that you stop promoting the homosexual agenda and stop promoting harmful content to children.
The youth are very impressionable and this type of content will only destroy their innocence and morality.