Nickelodeon’s emission for children contains a song with LGBT flags
Nickelodeon's Blue’s Clues has been a staple of early-childhood television since its launch in 1996, but it has also been poisoned with LGBT ideology. In a recent episode, there is a song, that teaches the alphabet to the children, and the letter "P" is rainbow-coloured and stands for the word "Pride".
As with every alphabet song, it teaches the twenty-six letters of the English alphabet, association every letter to words, and images. When the song reaches P, it announces that “P is full of Pride!” and the letter is flanked by eight different “pride” flags. In addition to the widely-recognisable homosexual and transgender pride flags, the pro-LGBT Out identifies the others as representing non-white LGBT, asexual, lesbian, bisexual, nonbinary, genderfluid, intersex, and pansexual “pride.”
According to Breitbart, the video has not aired on television yet. While the video’s words and imagery do not convey the topic of sexuality in a way that would be understandable to children watching, the clip appears intended to get children to ask their parents what the flags mean, forcing families into discussions parents may feel their children are too young for, as well as setting up potential conflicts with Blue’s Clues’ endorsement of LGBT “pride” and parents’ values.