Fisher-Price Introduces Drag Queen Dolls for Children
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Fisher-Price wants your child to become a drag queen.
The national toy-maker has introduced a collection of dolls that promote cross dressing and the drag queen lifestyle.
The RuPaul’s Drag Race edition of the Little People Collection – figurines in pink and purple gowns with flamboyant hair-dos.
The director of One Million Moms is stunned — accusing Fisher-Price of pushing an LGBT agenda on small kids.
Grooming the next generation — following a trend in public education to introduce two and three year olds to radical sex and gender philosophies.
“It is outrageous that a toy company is marketing and normalizing gender dysphoria to young children. Parents who are not already aware of the company’s agenda, please be forewarned: Children are being ‘groomed’ by Fisher-Price drag queen dolls under the disguise of playtime,” Monica Cole, the director of One Million Moms said.
Fisher-Price is purposely confusing our innocent children by attempting to destroy very definitive gender lines, she said.
“Liberal manufacturer Fisher-Price is following a culturally popular trend to desensitize America by telling children they can be whatever gender they want to be. This irresponsible line of toys is dangerous to the well-being of our children. Fisher-Price should avoid an obvious attempt to please a small percentage of customers while pushing away conservative customers who hold to the age-old truth that a boy is a boy, and a girl is a girl.” said Cole.
Mattel – the parent company of Fisher-Price – defended the drag queen toy line.
“RuPaul is a pop-culture icon who has been hailed as the best-dressed queen on TV and is coming to life in a whole new way for lip-syncing, runway-slaying fans,” a statement from the company read.
They say the collectibles are meant to send a message to not be afraid of making yourself over in your own image.
“Why can’t the toy manufacturer let kids be who God created them to be instead of glamorizing a sinful lifestyle,” Cole asked.
Someone should tell Fisher-Price that God creates male and female — without feather boas.