New Transgender Children’s Cartoon on Hub Network Sparks Controversy


New Transgender Children’s Cartoon on Hub Network Sparks Controversy

SheZow! Raises Questions on the Appropriateness of Exposing Kids to Transgenders

The new kid’s cartoon, SheZow! Transgender Superhero premiered last Saturday, June 1, 2013 on the Hub network, co-owned by Discovery and Hasbro. The cartoon’s plotline follows a little boy who discovers how cool it is that he has the power to become a superhero girl. The cool factor of SheZow! is hiding the real story of gender identity confusion that will be forced on our children unless this is stopped dead in its tracks.


When a single profound idea like “gender bending” is accepted into society through its children, once grown up they will have incorporated this idea permanently into what is considered “normal” without stopping to think about the ramifications such choices may entail. For example, those suffering from Gender Identity Disorder (GID) will live with the manifestations of the idea that there are no consequences to simply changing one’s biological gender at will, and may never question as to why they could be confused or unhappy with that choice.


Let me be clear, this should not be stopped with hate, bigotry, or bullying, but through a powerful kind of love that simply and unyieldingly says “no.” As every child learns (hopefully) when he or she grows up to be a parent, sometimes real love does indeed say “no.” The reason we need to say “no” to our children watching SheZow! is because it is our kids who get hurt the most when adults force political agendas on them. In this case, children will be hurt by adults who are attempting to make cataclysmic changes to human nature through creating “marvelous” new ways for children to be “educated” and have “fun” by “gender bending.”


Every good parent, and every good therapist for that matter, knows that children need a balance of “yes” and “no.” Without this balance they tend to develop emotional difficulties, and worse, tend to be blamed for it since the parents in society are usually perceived to be right.


Without the love of “no,” children will grow up to have emotionally unhealthy boundaries. Their inner selves will be insecure and unmoored, and their relationships will be messier with each succeeding generation. They will unconsciously visit the same dysfunction onto their children who also hope at the bottom of their hearts that their parents will love them completely and perfectly, and will therefore largely accept what they were taught.


I believe that if cartoons such as SheZow! are accepted, two things will happen with children. First, some sensitive children will accept the message that this is “cool” and will blame themselves for their gender confusion issues later in life. Second, other children will naturally balk at cartoons such as this and will express anger toward their peers or their parents. However, these children, because they are powerless, will find ways of unconsciously acting out their anger and confusion onto their peers and parents because adults tend to have all the power. However, I also believe that some children will figure it out and work to change society.


Let’s not kid ourselves. Right now, today, this year, we adults have the power to love our children so much that we will protest and speak up to the companies that air these absurd cartoons, and simply tell them our children are going to be strong, healthy and secure in their gender identities. We can show them that by boycotting or banning these cartoons we will throw out the idea of “gender bending.”


The political organizations that have, with full consciousness, partnered with profit-seeking companies such as Discovery and Hasbro, know exactly what they are doing by creating SheZow! They know our children will tend to believe what they see and hear in the entertainment world.


Because of this, we as parents and responsible adults must love our children enough to tell them “no” and hold companies accountable that try to destroy their innocence. If you would like to let your voice be heard, visit the One Million Moms webpage that is speaking out against this issue at:

Romans 14:8 We live unto the Lord.

If God had willed it, each of us might have entered heaven at the moment of conversion. It was not absolutely necessary for our preparation for immortality that we should tarry here. It is possible for a man to be taken to heaven, and to be found meet to be a partaker of the inheritance of the saints in light, though he has but just believed in Jesus. It is true that our sanctification is a long and continued process, and we shall not be perfected till we lay aside our bodies and enter within the veil; but nevertheless, had the Lord so willed it, He might have changed us from imperfection to perfection, and have taken us to heaven at once. Why then are we here? Would God keep His children out of paradise a single moment longer than was necessary? Why is the army of the living God still on the battle-field when one charge might give them the victory? Why are His children still wandering hither and thither through a maze, when a solitary word from His lips would bring them into the centre of their hopes in heaven? The answer is-they are here that they may “live unto the Lord,” and may bring others to know His love. We remain on earth as sowers to scatter good seed; as ploughmen to break up the fallow ground; as heralds publishing salvation. We are here as the “salt of the earth,” to be a blessing to the world. We are here to glorify Christ in our daily life. We are here as workers for Him, and as “workers together with Him.” Let us see that our life answereth its end. Let us live earnest, useful, holy lives, to “the praise of the glory of His grace.” Meanwhile we long to be with Him, and daily sing-

“My heart is with Him on His throne,
And ill can brook delay;
Each moment listening for the voice,
‘Rise up, and come away.'”

John Owen: Believing on Jesus

The Old Guys

“You believe in God,” says Christ, “believe also in me” (John 14:1)—“Believe also, act faith distinctly on me; faith divine, supernatural, that faith whereby you believe in God, that is, the Father.” There is a believing of Christ, namely, that he is the Son of God, the Savior of the world. That is that whose neglect our Savior so threatened unto the Pharisees, “If you believe not that I am he, you shall die in your sins” (John 8:24). In this sense faith is not immediately fixed on the Son, being only an owning of him (that is, the Christ to be the Son), by closing with the testimony of the Father concerning him. But there is also a believing on him, called “believing on the name of the Son of God” (1 John 5:13; so also John 9:36)—yea, the distinct affixing of faith, affiance, and confidence on the Lord…

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