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Children’s Emmys Show Goes Full Woke with ‘Pansexual’ Host

Fox News Digital reported the first ever annual Children and Family’s Emmy Award Show. The show was aired over the weekend and bursting with woke ideology including a heavy focus on LGBT+ themes in kids’ television.

The award show was created by The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences and targeted for children from “infancy to age 15”. 

Roughly one in four awards were handed out to shows that highlighted some gender ideology themes.

Furthermore, several of the winners of the awards made mentions of gender or sexual orientation in their acceptance speeches.

The first day of the two night event was on Saturday. 19 year old JoJo Siwa , a dancer, singer, and actress who identifies as “pansexual,” hosted the ceremony.

A teen pop group performed a dancing and singing routine decked out in rainbow colored outfits to open the evening and introduce Siwa.

Several of the television shows that received awards had released episodes with characters who had questioned their gender identity.

“Muppet Babies,” a series that includes baby versions of the Muppet characters, received an award for Outstanding Writing for a Preschool Animated Program.

In particular, the award ceremony applauded an episode called “Gonzo-rella,” where Gonzo wears a dress, uses they/them pronouns, and identifies as non-binary.

“Friends with a Penguin,” a Sesame Street program, received an award for the best original show.

In one episode of the series, actor Billy Porter dresses up in a gown and sings about his friendship with a penguin.

When accepting the award, song composer Kathryn Raio Rende gave a shout-out to “all the LGBTQUIA kids.”

Kristi Reed, a voice director on Netflix’s animated series “CentaurWorld,” gave an acceptance speech and exclaimed that as a child she was a “queer kid in a small town.”

She noted that television shows promoting LGBT+ themes can “erase generations of hate” and tell bullies to “suck it.”

Bethany Mandel, editor of Children’s book series, told Fox News Digital that the entertainment industry increased LGBT+ representation in children’s television shows by 222% between 2017 and 2019.

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“They want to promote this idea of introducing all of this content to children because they’re trying to break ‘generational hate.’ And what it comes down to is they think that parents are not doing a good enough job, and they’re not enlightened enough — they’re not woke enough,” Mandel stated. “And it’s their job and their mission to fix that and to fix children.”


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Ella Ford is a mother of two, a Christian conservative writer with degrees in American History, Social and Behavioral Science and Liberal Studies, based in the Tulsa, Oklahoma area.


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