A recent Blue’s Clues video went viral during June’s “Pride Month” for it’s shocking celebration of LGBT identification as “loving each other proudly”. The video, sung by a cartoon drag queen (RuPaul’s Nina West) to the tune of “The Ants Go Marching”, is being accused of using slogan repetition to propagandize LGBT identification to its young viewers.
“This family has two mommies, they love each other so proudly.”
“This family has two daddies, they love each other so proudly.”
“These babas are nonbinary, they love each other so proudly.”
“Trans members of this family all love each other so proudly.”
“Some people choose their family, they love each other so proudly.”
“Ace, bi, and pan grownups, you see, can love each other so proudly.”
“All families are made differently, they love each other so proudly.”
The song features LGBT slang such as “queer,” “trans,” “kings and queens,” “bi,” “ace,” (asexual) as well as “pan” and “non-binary,” with the lyrics displayed at the bottom of the screen so that children can sing along. It includes a depiction of a transgender woman with “top scars” from surgery to remove breast tissue (confirmed by ViacomCBS Nickelodeon).
Blue’s Clues is notorious for its use of repetition to imprint learning content on children. In fact, each episode of Blue’s Clue plays repeatedly every day for an entire week. The indoctrinating of young children via the song has of course, inflamed Christian churches around the country.
Below are screenshots from the video showing the content that was presented.