Cartoon Network Goes All In On Leftist 'Day of Visibility' and Completely Skips Easter

Cartoon Network celebrated Transgender Day of Visibility but didn't mention Easter, despite its significant Christian following. Over 1.6 million Americans identify as transgender, vastly outnumbered by those identifying as Christian.

On Instagram, the network shared a rainbow graphic mirroring the transgender pride flag colors, alongside various empowering captions. Each frame of the carousel conveyed messages of self-acceptance and identity affirmation.

  • I am growing into my fullest self.
  • My body belongs to me.
  • I love who I am, and who I will become.
  • I am not alone in my journey.
  • My existence is revolutionary.
  • I belong, just as much as everyone else.
  • Only I can decide who I am.
  • My identity is a process, not a race.
  • I am needed, and I am loved.
  • I deserve peace and safety.

The post aimed to uplift the trans and gender non-conforming community, stating, "You are valid, just as you are." A strict no-hate policy was highlighted in the comments: "Be kind or be blocked."

Cartoon Network has previously engaged in discussions around gender, positioning itself in cultural debates. It promotes radical gender ideologies, focusing on children's programming.

For the 2023 Transgender Day of Visibility, the network urged respect for everyone's pronouns and names on social media. It celebrated the authenticity and journeys of transgender and gender-non-conforming individuals.

An episode of "We Baby Bears" introduced a non-binary inclusive storyline. It aired during PRIDE Month, emphasizing the importance of preferred pronouns.