Nickelodean Introduces Gay Marriage To Kids In This Sneaky Way

Get 'em while they're young. That's the best way to market yourself, right? And Nickelodeon, the channel we all grew up with, is now using their influence over young children to open them up to the idea of homosexuality and gay marriage. In a new TV show, "The Loud House," a gay married couple will drop their son off at Lincoln, the main character's, house for a sleepover, reports Life Site News.

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Right before Lincoln opens the door to reveal the two dads, he yells, “Time to make history!” It seems Nickelodeon is proud of their move to indoctrinate young children, as their target audience is 2 to 17 year olds. It was predicted that we would be seeing a lot more of this after the Supreme Court's decision on gay marriage. And now we are. But the effects can be disastrous for children.

“[T]elevision shows, books, and movies with sexually-confusing messages … introduce children to falsehoods and immorality, and they create confusion and insecurity,” says Focus on the Family issues analyst Jeff Johnston. “Children are not equipped to handle these adult themes.”

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