Cartoons with homosexual, bisexual, transgender characters surge exponentially in the last 10-years.
Gay characters in movies have been around since the 1950s. No producer dared show homosexual characters in a kid’s show until 1967. Two important Biblical events happened that year. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated and the “Six-Day War” in Israel, which Bible scholar claim was a Biblical turning point.
Surge of gay characters in kids’ cartons
In 1967, Kid’s cartoon Princess Knight introduced Princess Sapphire, who is genderqueer. A total of 42 cartoons with gay, transgender, or queer character was introduced from 1967 to 1999 (32 Years). Interestingly, From 2000 to 2019 (19 years), there were 300 children’s cartoon introduced (Wikipedia). Significantly, in 2019, kid’s cartoon “Arthur,” introduced a gay lifestyle when Arthur marries Mr. Ratburn.
Significant jump for the last 50-years
|1967 to 1999||2000 – 2019|
|32 Years average||19 Years average|
|42 Gay characters||300 Gay characters|
|Median average – 2/year||Median average – 15/year|
Why is it important towards end-times prophecy?
In 2010, the iPad was launched and it changed everyone’s access to entertainment. Meant for good, it also paved the way for kid’s cartoons to be on-demand in as much as porn. Data show that from 2010 to present (9 years), about 162 cartoons with a gay character was introduced. It’s a huge jump compared from 1967 to 2009 (42 years) with about 180 cartoons with gay characters.
Things are falling into place.
With the sudden rise of LGBTQ in the last few years and with SOGIE Bill being pushed, the gay agenda aims to mock God’s design. It seems to be a downside but in reality, things are falling into place. As more kids get confused with their gender, expect a dysfunctional society, a trend towards end times prophecy. (2 Timothy 3:3-5)
It’s not about being straight either
Of course, it is not to say that a gay person will go to hell on judgment day. God’s love is beyond sexual preference. God doesn’t call a queer to be straight, their struggle is real and should be treated with respect. Instead, God calls all of us, gay or not, to surrender our sinful nature.
surrender our sinful nature