PBS indoctrinates kids with GAY WEDDING to start new season of animated children’s show – [video]

Have you heard of an animated children’s show on PBS named “Arthur”? It’s in its 22nd season now and if your kids are watching it, you’re gonna wanna turn it off because the writers are now pushing the gay agenda on your kids.



The new season opened with a gay wedding on the animated show and while the word ‘gay’ wasn’t mentioned on the show, it was clear to viewers that Mr. Ratburn was marrying another man.

The children watching this show can’t be much older than 5 or 6 years old, yet this is what PBS thinks is appropriate content for little children?

It’s bad enough that Hollywood pushes the gay agenda in adult shows, but many of these kids aren’t even in kindergarten yet. They don’t even think about such things as relationships and marriage – at least not at any substantive level.

Hollywood wants to indoctrinate your kids to believe that homosexuality is okay when God, the church and the holy scriptures stand adamantly against such evils. They don’t want Christians pushing their faith on others but they will do their damnedest to push their pagan lifestyles on us. It’s evil and God will have the last word on all of this.

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93 thoughts on “PBS indoctrinates kids with GAY WEDDING to start new season of animated children’s show – [video]

  1. I disgusting, abhorrent, and SATANIC use of tax dollars…. And no one will lift a finger or do a damn thing.

  2. Venezuelans are so desperate (no food, Internet, electricity, etc.) that they have started praying? they are turning to God, Does the same fate await America?

    And the parents don’t block PBS programming?

    1. Arthur was a pretty good show that taught good principles.
      I watched it with my grandchildren.

      I sent this to my daughter so she can watch out for it. Fortunately our youngest grandchild is growing out of that level of animated shows.

  3. I remember back in the 90’s when we were accusing the gay community of wanting to indoctrinate our children. This was around the time when the first gay children’s books started to appear. How they and the left in general laughed at us and called us conspiracy theorists.

    1. True, and this show even went so far as to throw in a cake reference – that was clearly about the Christian baker that was being harassed by activists [of course the show says that it was “all worth it”].

  4. Corporation for Public Broadcasting “A Private Corporation Funded by the American People” – $445 M EVERY YEAR

    A Board of Directors governs CPB, sets policy, & establishes programming priorities.

    The President of the United States appoints each member, who, after confirmation by the Senate, serves a 6 year term.

    Why do we fund the CPB?? They are brainwashing our children.

  5. Pandering to the least common denominator. I’m sure many won’t be letting their kids watch any more, but what does PBS care about ratings? They have our tax dollars and will just continue to produce this indoctrination propaganda. It’s disgusting.

  6. Degenerate, wicked, pure evil…wolves preying on little, innocent, impressionable children.

    “Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe to stumble, it would be better for him if, with a heavy millstone hung around his neck, he had been cast into the sea.” Mark 9:42

    1. @john14verse6 Excellent use of this Bible verse. Makes you realize how many people have put themselves in that position.

  7. Gay cartoon weddings.
    Forced gay baking.
    Tranny story time.
    Booty-judge running for president.

    Sodom & Gomorrah 2.0, coming right up.

  8. Time to defund PBS.

    Let these shows sink or swim in a free-market where parents can either continue to watch this indoctrinating crap or vote with their feet and demand (I know, haha!) to not be forced to keep this Sinister Indoctrination Network (SIN) afloat.

  9. What about MY right to be offended? Why does my hard earned (I’m 60 and have two jobs) tax dollars have to go to this crap??? NOTHING WORKS USING THE GAY CONCEPT EVER!!!

  10. I would immediately take that show off my child’s viewing list. Not that there’s anything wrong with gay marriage in my eyes but, good grief, how far will the Left go for 1% of the population? I resent having any issue thrown in my face, even if its one I agree with. There’s a time and place for everything, but a children’s show that confuses the little viewers is not cool. Can’t we make TV non-political? Sheesh…..

  11. Time to defund PBS.

    Let these shows sink or swim in a free-market where parents can either continue to watch this indoctrinating crap or vote with their feet and demand (I know, haha!) to not be forced to keep this Sinister Indoctrination Network (SIN) afloat.

  12. What about MY right to be offended? Why does my hard earned (I’m 60 and have two jobs) tax dollars have to go to this crap??? NOTHING WORKS USING THE GAY CONCEPT EVER!!!

  13. All this started what 10-13 yrs ago ? with the gays just wanting to visit their partners in a hospital as next of kin. Next thing we blink and they’re married because a civil union label isn’t good enough. Now they have taken over our world. Put away in a memory box is a doll from this show as she and my daughter have an unusual name and even though they were too old to watch this show I bought it. I think I’ll go hug it and weep for all of us including my grandchildren.

  14. I would immediately take that show off my child’s viewing list. Not that there’s anything wrong with gay marriage in my eyes but, good grief, how far will the Left go for 1% of the population? I resent having any issue thrown in my face, even if its one I agree with. There’s a time and place for everything, but a children’s show that confuses the little viewers is not cool. Can’t we make TV non-political? Sheesh…..

  15. Corporation for Public Broadcasting “A Private Corporation Funded by the American People” – $445 M EVERY YEAR

    A Board of Directors governs CPB, sets policy, & establishes programming priorities.

    The President of the United States appoints each member, who, after confirmation by the Senate, serves a 6 year term.

    Why do we fund the CPB?? They are brainwashing our children.

  16. Next episode, Mr. Ratburn and his “partner” go to the store together to buy some Astroglide. Nice to see 2% of the population dictate to the rest of the 98%. /sarc

  17. Gay cartoon weddings.
    Forced gay baking.
    Tranny story time.
    Booty-judge running for president.

    Sodom & Gomorrah 2.0, coming right up.

  18. All this started what 10-13 yrs ago ? with the gays just wanting to visit their partners in a hospital as next of kin. Next thing we blink and they’re married because a civil union label isn’t good enough. Now they have taken over our world. Put away in a memory box is a doll from this show as she and my daughter have an unusual name and even though they were too old to watch this show I bought it. I think I’ll go hug it and weep for all of us including my grandchildren.

  19. Next episode, Mr. Ratburn and his “partner” go to the store together to buy some Astroglide. Nice to see 2% of the population dictate to the rest of the 98%. /sarc

  20. Degenerate, wicked, pure evil…wolves preying on little, innocent, impressionable children.

    “Whoever causes one of these little ones who believe to stumble, it would be better for him if, with a heavy millstone hung around his neck, he had been cast into the sea.” Mark 9:42

    1. @john14verse6 Excellent use of this Bible verse. Makes you realize how many people have put themselves in that position.

  21. After reading John Taylor Gatto’s damning books on the school system I just can’t find myself surprised by garbage like this. They’ve clearly extended the self-alienation processes into children’s media. It’s just another way for the State to further separate children from the traditions of their families. As children are psychologically alienated from their family traditions, they grow up bereft and more likely to find solace in a nihilistic serfdom. Or they also drift into a divisive collective, group-identity mindset that’s observed on college campuses. In both cases they become docile and accepting of State control, sometimes they even demand more State control depending upon how trapped they are in the collective group-identity mindset. Nonetheless the goal is to remove the anchor of tradition since that has to come first.

    1. “Our problem is not merely to help the students to adjust themselves to world life. Our problem is to make them as unlike their fathers as we can.”
      -Woodrow Wilson

    1. They can’t do that. How else are they suppose to engineer obedient serfs in the Progressive mold unless they unbind them from traditional values when they’re young?

      1. I have always thought that the agenda of the feminist movement was not equal rights for women but to remove the mother from the home. The indoctrination of the progressive agenda through the public school system has been overwhelmingly successful unfortunately

  22. Hollywood wants to indoctrinate your kids to believe that homosexuality is okay when God, the church and the holy scriptures stand adamantly against such evils.

    They don’t just want you to believe that it’s OK. They want you to believe that it’s very common, prevalent, accepted, and in no way different than heterosexuality. They want you to believe that it’s normal, and not an aberration.

  23. AAAAAND once again I refer you back to those days of yesteryear (which were not so long ago actually) when those pushing the legalization of ssm kept scoffing at us who dared to question it, “How will OUR marriage affect YOURS?”

    Hmm, they somehow forgot to mention the preschooler propaganda.

    I really marvel at how so many people can feel so confident pushing blindly ahead with this untested social experiment. We have no idea what kind of Pandora’s Box has been opened.

    1. So far we’ve seen them teaching it to our children rather we like it or not, inundating entertainment with it, trans bathrooms, trans athletes dominating female sports, drag queens speaking at schools, religious discrimination, and I fear that will be just the tip of the iceberg.

    2. And that’s really the tack you have to take if you want to combat it.

      “Look, I have no problem with whatever two consenting adults do in the privacy of their own home. But I do have a problem with what two consenting adults might do in my child’s preschool.”

      It’s a bit of a tightrope though, because they can come right back and complain about how heterosexual relationships are accepted in children’s films and literature etc. At which point you have to counter with the argument that such things should be locally decided by community values – and then be prepared to lose that fight in places like Frisco and Seattle and Greenwich Village.

      At which point you pivot the argument to a question less about homosexuality itself, and more about how a republic of states should determine their own values, with the end goal being to argue the position that homosexual goals (eg. gay weddings) is not a right or a suspect class – but a lifestyle choice, which communities can decide their acceptance of themselves.

      1. It’s a bit of a tightrope though, because they can come right back and complain about how heterosexual relationships are accepted in children’s films and literature

        They would be making a false comparison though. Heterosexuality is the default norm for humanity, and the building block of civilization as homosexuals can’t procreate. Trying to compare the two would be like comparing apples and oranges, they are incomparable. No matter the argument though, the only way to win is to have a standard and stand by that standard no matter what.

      2. There is no question that “what consenting adults do in the privacy of their own homes” is not what’s in question here – homosexuality is nothing new and, although I personally believe it is an aberrant behavior (outside the norm), this is not the same thing as redefining marriage, which is entirely new. This is why I call it an untested social experiment.

        I am saddened that conservative leaders have not been able to make this case. All people, no matter their sexual orientation, deserve the same basic human respect as everyone else. What people don’t deserve is to upend social traditions that have been basic to every civilized society across history and geography, just to satisfy their feelings.

        1. They can’t redefine marriage even if they want to. That’s simple Law of Identity.

          I can call my Coke a Pepsi, but a Pepsi it will never be – no matter how many similar characteristics they try to attribute to equating the two. As long as A = A, ~A will never ever ever equal A, regardless of how close to A it might seem or how many people go along with it.

          What people don’t deserve is to upend social traditions that have been basic to every civilized society across history and geography, just to satisfy their feelings.

          Especially when upending them is dangerous to society itself.

          There’s a reason why every major culture in the world, some who never even encountered each other, enshrined heterosexuality (and, later, monogamy) – even WITHOUT biology. Even those we’d regard as “primitive” figured this crap out.

          The only reason we don’t is because we’re decadent enough to choose not to. Life of Dorian Gray.

    3. Children are mutilating their bodies and taking hormones that could cause real medical damage. I actually never saw a trans person until the past 5 years or so, now you see several on nearly every college campus. Taken with all the other crap we are going to have a huge population of mentally ill people with messed up lives. Much of it because their parents were indoctrinated and/or couldn’t bring themselves to actually … parent. It’s tragic.

      1. This is only the beginning. Wait til we see the effects on the next generation. I shudder to think.

  24. Pandering to the least common denominator. I’m sure many won’t be letting their kids watch any more, but what does PBS care about ratings? They have our tax dollars and will just continue to produce this indoctrination propaganda. It’s disgusting.

  25. The evil in this is absolutely sickening. These people have a special place in Hell…

  26. The Left has been introducing & indoctrinating Americans to neo-paganism. They’ve been very sly about how they present it. But it is a religion, and it doesn’t like competition, especially from Christianity.

      1. Even with Marxism there is a spiritual component to it in its rejection of all things God. Most people think that Marx was as an atheist, but his personal writings do not reflect that. He believed in God, and hated Him.

  27. I disgusting, abhorrent, and SATANIC use of tax dollars…. And no one will lift a finger or do a damn thing.

  28. Venezuelans are so desperate (no food, Internet, electricity, etc.) that they have started praying? they are turning to God, Does the same fate await America?

    And the parents don’t block PBS programming?

    1. Arthur was a pretty good show that taught good principles.
      I watched it with my grandchildren.

      I sent this to my daughter so she can watch out for it. Fortunately our youngest grandchild is growing out of that level of animated shows.

      1. Not sure I agree. I always found it to be full of whiny, smarter-than-thou ‘kids.’ Now it’s so much worse.

  29. I remember back in the 90’s when we were accusing the gay community of wanting to indoctrinate our children. This was around the time when the first gay children’s books started to appear. How they and the left in general laughed at us and called us conspiracy theorists.

    1. True, and this show even went so far as to throw in a cake reference – that was clearly about the Christian baker that was being harassed by activists [of course the show says that it was “all worth it”].

  30. After reading John Taylor Gatto’s damning books on the school system I just can’t find myself surprised by garbage like this. They’ve clearly extended the self-alienation processes into children’s media. It’s just another way for the State to further separate children from the traditions of their families. As children are psychologically alienated from their family traditions, they grow up bereft and more likely to find solace in a nihilistic serfdom. Or they also drift into a divisive collective, group-identity mindset that’s observed on college campuses. In both cases they become docile and accepting of State control, sometimes they even demand more State control depending upon how trapped they are in the collective group-identity mindset. Nonetheless the goal is to remove the anchor of tradition since that has to come first.

    1. “Our problem is not merely to help the students to adjust themselves to world life. Our problem is to make them as unlike their fathers as we can.”
      -Woodrow Wilson

  31. Hollywood wants to indoctrinate your kids to believe that homosexuality is okay when God, the church and the holy scriptures stand adamantly against such evils.

    They don’t just want you to believe that it’s OK. They want you to believe that it’s very common, prevalent, accepted, and in no way different than heterosexuality. They want you to believe that it’s normal, and not an aberration.

  32. AAAAAND once again I refer you back to those days of yesteryear (which were not so long ago actually) when those pushing the legalization of ssm kept scoffing at us who dared to question it, “How will OUR marriage affect YOURS?”

    Hmm, they somehow forgot to mention the preschooler propaganda.

    I really marvel at how so many people can feel so confident pushing blindly ahead with this untested social experiment. We have no idea what kind of Pandora’s Box has been opened.

    1. So far we’ve seen them teaching it to our children rather we like it or not, inundating entertainment with it, trans bathrooms, trans athletes dominating female sports, drag queens speaking at schools, religious discrimination, and I fear that will be just the tip of the iceberg.

    2. And that’s really the tack you have to take if you want to combat it.

      “Look, I have no problem with whatever two consenting adults do in the privacy of their own home. But I do have a problem with what two consenting adults might do in my child’s preschool.”

      It’s a bit of a tightrope though, because they can come right back and complain about how heterosexual relationships are accepted in children’s films and literature etc. At which point you have to counter with the argument that such things should be locally decided by community values – and then be prepared to lose that fight in places like Frisco and Seattle and Greenwich Village.

      At which point you pivot the argument to a question less about homosexuality itself, and more about how a republic of states should determine their own values, with the end goal being to argue the position that homosexual goals (eg. gay weddings) is not a right or a suspect class – but a lifestyle choice, which communities can decide their acceptance of themselves.

    3. Children are mutilating their bodies and taking hormones that could cause real medical damage. I actually never saw a trans person until the past 5 years or so, now you see several on nearly every college campus. Taken with all the other crap we are going to have a huge population of mentally ill people with messed up lives. Much of it because their parents were indoctrinated and/or couldn’t bring themselves to actually … parent. It’s tragic.

      1. This is only the beginning. Wait til we see the effects on the next generation. I shudder to think.

  33. The Left has been introducing & indoctrinating Americans to neo-paganism. They’ve been very sly about how they present it. But it is a religion, and it doesn’t like competition, especially from Christianity.

      1. Even with Marxism there is a spiritual component to it in its rejection of all things God. Most people think that Marx was as an atheist, but his personal writings do not reflect that. He believed in God, and hated Him.

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