Kellogg’s hasn’t been coating its program in years. But his latest adventure – a “make your own pronoun” cereal for children, it is playing parents.
“The boxes are for cereal, not for people,” the company insists of its new rainbow edition Together With Pride which donates $ 3 from each box to extreme LGBT group, GLAAD, which seeks to recruit and confuse your children.
– Kellogg Company (@KelloggCompany) May 25, 2021
Of course, anyone who’s been online or browsed the aisles of a grocery store knows that some companies will do anything to turn to the radical left. But in June, those brands are on a collision course with a group of excited U.S. shoppers who might just eat them for breakfast.
Anyone from Coca-Cola to Major League Baseball could have told Kellogg it was a bad idea. After speaking out against Georgia’s electoral reforms, America’s soda erection took a hard hit – not just in profits, but in public relations.
Thirty-seven percent of Americans (including me) say they’re less likely to buy Coca-Cola now, leading many CEOs to wonder: are you going to wake up, go bankrupt? And yet misguided companies Lego at disney and Mars and Nestlé keep pushing the bear with face-to-face campaigns that target children with their radical brands of extremism.
There are Rainbow Skittles, gay Mickey Mouses, custom Converse, even Love is love Le Creuset, but they’re hitting the market at a time when most Americans are saying, “Enough!”
They don’t want their cereal to preach transgender or their drinks to fight voter identity. By a 3 in 1 margin, they don’t want companies to be openly involved in political activism at all. So when Fruit Loops tries to come up with new genres, don’t be surprised if he, she, them or them doesn’t buy it.
The fatigue over LGBT extremism is finally starting to be felt nationwide, Gallup says. Over the past year, enthusiasm for things like boys in women’s sports and people identifying transgender people in the military has peaked.
Bad news for these brands and everyone else on the left train, a solid majority of Americans –62%… I don’t want our girls playing against biological boys in track and field. And there was also a 5 point drop in the number of people who think the military should encourage this kind of gender confusion. Political independents, in particular, have seen sharp drops in transgender support across the ranks – down 11 points since just 2019.
And yet, when the media acknowledges people’s reservations and tries (even nominally) to portray both sides of the transgender issue, they are torn for it.
Last Sunday, when “60 Minutes” aired a segment about Arkansas law that protects minors from transgender treatment, Lesley Stahl dared to speak to people in transition as well – and regretted it. It was barely five minutes of content, but the network was hammered for it by left-wing and LGBT extremists for even including it.
The young woman interviewed by Stahl, Grace Lidinsky-Smith, explained how she started the cross-sex hormones and later a double mastectomy.
When Stahl asked about the process, Lidinsky-Smith replied, “They asked, ‘So why do you want to take testosterone?’ And I said, “Well, being a woman doesn’t work for me anymore.” And they said, “OK.” That was it? Stahl asked. “Yeah,” Lidinsky-Smith mentionned, highlighting one of the strongest arguments against this tendency, namely that there are hardly any obstacles for any patient – child or not – to make decisions that could cripple them for life.
“I can’t believe I made the transition then the detransition, including hormones and surgery, in less than a year,” Lidinsky-Smith shook his head.
Garrett, a young man from Louisiana, was neutered just three months after starting female hormones.
“I didn’t have enough perspective during the transition. I went for two appointments and after the second I had my letter to go take cross-sex hormones, ”he explained. “I had never really been suicidal before I had my breast augmentation. And about a week later, I really wanted to kill myself. I had a plan and was going to do it – but I kept thinking about my family to stop me.
Another part of the segment that created hysterics on the left was the admission by a young gender psychologist that there is a culture of bullying around transgender in the medical field.
“Everyone is very afraid to speak up because we are afraid that we will not be seen to be affirming or supporting these young people,” conceded Dr Laura Edwards-Leeper. “But even some of the providers are trans themselves and share these concerns.”
Almost immediately, CBS was bombarded with social media attacks by groups like GLAAD (Kellogg’s criminal partner), who said that even after months of meeting with ‘trans leaders’ on the segment,’ they delivered an article that still promulgates the same anti-trans dog whistles we hear from anti-LGBTQ activists and state legislatures like Arkansas. ”
Other so-called equality groups have denounced the show for “dehumanizing” trans-identifying children. “Where’s the love for trans people?” Laverne Cox tweeted.
It turns out that love is all about telling both sides of the story. It may be fatal for the agenda of the left, but it is the only chance for this generation to know the truth. What psychology and medicine do while ignoring the risks and regrets only leads more children down an irreversible and painful path.
“We already have girls, physically healthy girls, who are referred for a double mastectomy at the age of 13,” warns Dr. Michelle Cretella, president of the American College of Pediatricians. “This is child abuse in an institution.”
And companies like Lego, Levi, Kellogg’s, Disney, Mars, Target and more are celebrating it with their specialty toys and fun rainbow colors. In the end, all of this is just a distraction from the real heartache: gender shifting isn’t going to solve anyone’s problems. Only a changed heart, turned to God, can.
To contact Kellogg’s and complain, send it here or Tweet it at @KelloggsUS. For a list of its family of brands, click on on his website, so that you do not unknowingly contribute to his massive deception of our young people.
Originally posted in Tony Perkins ”Washington updateWritten with assistance from senior editors at the Family Research Council.
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