CoComelon Lane, a series for little ones, has a scene that many of us wouldn't recognize: a little boy who can't decide what outfit to wear, and with his parents' encouragement, chooses a tutu and a tiara. The biggest problem with all this is that the children's show is excellent for influencing young people: in the popular series, preschoolers are shown what the world is like: in this episode, for example, they sing, dance and dress up boys as girls.
CoComelon Lane is one of the most famous children's programs aimed at young people, and according to its classification, it also belongs to this category. Individual parts show the lives of young children over two years of age, but mainly preschoolers and their families, as they learn about the world around them. In one episode with the eloquent title “Let Me Be Myself” (Episode 8), a young boy chooses between different outfits. There's so much to choose from – she complains, then with her father's encouragement (!) picks out a tiara and a ballet skirt to start dancing in. Meanwhile, one of the parent couple sings:
“If you're not sure what to choose, think about what you like to do – just be yourself!” The other dad responds, “We think you look great being yourself.”
However, do not be fooled by the catchy music and the presence of cute parents, because again this is serious brainwashing of young people, as the series advertises the sexualization of children.
The clip, which was posted on the X website (formerly Twitter), has already received more than 15.4 million views, and the majority of commentators agree that the content is not intended for young children, as it encourages cross-dressing, as said by Will Heald of the Independent, a non-profit educational organization. The director noted The consumer research executive also spoke in an interview with Fox News.
“Disgusting, far-left propaganda has been inserted into this story, and it is not convincing.”
Plugged In, a content monitoring service, also warns of the danger, which draws attention to the display of gay parents and boys dressed as girls. Meanwhile, he writes, the show shows “beautiful and loving moments between children and their parents, and aims to encourage quality time, pleasant interactions and social and emotional awareness.”