The cultural jihad rages on..
One of the more bizarre developments of the past decade or so is the saturation of American culture with the promotion of homosexuality and transgenderism.
Given that the LGBTQ + community is overrepresented in the entertainment industry that drives the zeitgeist, the propaganda is incessant and growing with the idea that gay is cool being instilled in the minds of a younger generation along with the explosion of the militant transgender movement.
Not that there is anything wrong with being gay but let’s face it, the vast majority of transgenders are freaks who are desperately in need of mental health care instead of the social glorification that is bestowed upon them by the political left and their champions in the Democratic party that sees an opportunity to tap into the emotional energy generated by a perpetual case of false victimhood.
But that is a story for another time because when it comes to the indoctrination of children into all of the wonders of homosexuality and there is money to be made in the process, corporations will rush to make money off of it.
While it won’t be ending up beneath Christmas trees next week, toymaker Mattel may be preparing to roll out a (drumroll please) same-sex Barbie wedding set.
After 57 years, could Ken be getting his own boyfriend? This couple realized there were no same-sex doll partners while they were shopping for their niece, and now they're meeting with Mattel https://t.co/NJmEZ7aROd pic.twitter.com/yoUg0vua3E
— CNN (@CNN) December 18, 2018
They just wanted to give their niece a toy that matched their reality, but their makeshift doll set may be on its way to bringing more diversity to toy aisles everywhere.
“They look exactly like you,” Natalie, 8, shouted with excitement when she opened the same-sex couple doll set her uncles gave her.
Matt Jacobi and Nick Caprio, of Scottsdale, Arizona, have been a couple for more than 11 years, and they’re planning a May wedding, with their two nieces as flower girls.
Natalie, one of the girls, was celebrating her birthday on December 8, and because she loves dolls, her uncles were hoping to get her a doll wedding set.
“We really wanted to give her something that she could enjoy, but also something that would be meaningful to her and somehow connected to the wedding she will be a part of,” Jacobi said.
The couple stumbled across the almost perfect set. It had a groom, two flower girls, a wedding cake and — a bride. Every set they found had a bride, which didn’t represent their love life.
“When we saw the toys in all the aisles, Nick and I looked at each other and had a moment. We just didn’t feel connected to any of them,” said Jacobi.
Upset they couldn’t find what they were looking for, Jacobi and Caprio got creative. They bought one of the Ken and Barbie wedding sets and an extra Ken, ditched the Barbie, and made their own same-sex couple wedding set.
Doesn’t it just warm the cockles of your heart?