March 6, 2021

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Nickelodeon Pushes LGBTQ Agenda, Teaches Kids “P” is for “Pride” in Alphabet Song

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Blues Clues Alphabet Song

Blues Clues & You, the long-running children’s show on the Nickelodeon cable network, is promoting LGBTQ pride with a new alphabet video and song called “ABC Song with Blue!”

The song, which is sung by the show’s cartoon dog Blue (voiced by Traci Page Johnson), teaches the alphabet by assigning words and idea to each letter. When the song gets to the letter P, it tells kids that “P” is “full of pride.” In the background, the LGBTQ rainbow pride flag is hanging in the background.

But that is not the only flag shown on the screen. The trans community flag, the asexual community flag, pansexual community flag, intersex community flag, gender-fluid community flag, and others are shown.

The song/video is posted on the “Blues Clues & You” Youtube channel.

This is not the first time the kids channel has pushed the LGBTQ agenda. Last year, Nickelodeon celebrated Gay Pride Month with “queer icon” Spongebob Squarepants.

In 2019, the series Rocko’s Modern Life debuted with a new transgender character added to the cast.

In an effort to “normalize” gay and transgender storylines in G-rated shows, Nickelodeon became directly involved with the gay advocacy group GLAAD by having them be a part of series’ productions.

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4 thoughts on “Nickelodeon Pushes LGBTQ Agenda, Teaches Kids “P” is for “Pride” in Alphabet Song

  1. WHY WOULD ANY MORAL, RELIGIOUS, PARENT EXPOSE THEIR CHILDREN TO THIS KIND OF GARBAGE? BOYCOTT THE DAMMED CHANNEL. IT IS TIME TO STOP THE SATANIC LGBT AGENDA. THEY ARE SADOMITES AND WILL BURN IN HELL FOREVER.

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