Cartoons with gay, bisexual, and transgender characters have surged in the last ten years.
The surge of gay characters in kids’ cartoons
Japanese Prince Knight (Princess Sapphire) was a gender-bending manga character serialized in 1953. An anime version was introduced in 1967.
In the same decade, the Age of Aquarius in America reached its peak. Known as the “hippie age,” it is characterized by “mandated free sex,” lack of inhibition, especially in nudity, and open drug sessions. During this time, gay cartoon characters were being developed.
Between 1967 to 1999, 42 cartoons with gay, trans, and queer characters were introduced. This jumped to 300 gay cartoon characters from 2000 to 2019. [List of gay animations]
A massive jump at the dawn of the internet
|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|
A big year for gay cartoons
Gonzorella: Even the muppets are transitioning
The “Muppet Babies” reintroduced the beloved character Gonzo as a transgender princess. He dubbed himself “Gonzorella.”
Blues Clues introduce Gay Pride Parade
Earlier, Nickelodeon reintroduced the ABC Song with Blue labels “P” as Pride in rainbow colors, referring to the LGBTQ pride flag.
Superboy comes out gay om 2021
In 2021, the man of steel, hero of other heroes and heroin, was introduced as a gay, bisexual character. DC Comics brought in Jay as the boyfriend of Super Boy Jonathan Kent, the son of Clark Kent.
— Comic Book Resources (@CBR) May 2, 2022
Children today have more access to unfiltered entertainment
These all push a pernicious gender ideology that ultimately promotes sin as a convenient lifestyle.