First, some news about the Rugrats reboot.

Betty is going to be gay in the Rugrats Paramount Plus show

Phil and Lil’s mom Betty in Rugrats has low-key always been a queer icon. Sure, she’s married to boring ol’ Howard (we wouldn’t blame you if you forgot about him). But let’s be real: Betty was gay as fuck—and now that’s actually canon. Betty will be an openly gay woman in the Paramount+ Rugrats series, and she’ll be voiced by queer actor Natalie Morales. This time, instead of her sweater having the “female” symbol, Betty’s donning a Gemini sweater. The Rugrats showrunners clearly know queer ladies love astrology.

In an exclusive statement to The A.V. Club, Morales says she’s very excited to join part of Rugrats by voicing Betty and that she thinks “anyone who watched the original show may have had an inkling Betty was a member of the alphabet mafia.” She also shares what it means to revive the character in a way that brings queer representation to such a nostalgic show. “Betty is a single mom with her own business who has twins and still has time to hang out with her friends and her community, and I think it’s just so great because examples of living your life happily and healthily as an out queer person is just such a beacon for young queer people who may not have examples of that,” she explains. “And yeah, Betty is a fictional cartoon, but even cartoons were hugely influential for me as a kid and if I’d been watching Rugrats and seen Betty casually talking about her ex-girlfriend, I think at least a part of me would have felt like things might be okay in the future.”

Next, this segment from Blues Clues and You:

Note that around the one-minute mark, when the trans beaver family comes out, they put mastectomy scars on one of the beavers.  Also, note the raised fist symbol on the microphone.

These are Nickelodeon shows.  A channel aimed directly at children.

Giving children a full, Joe Biden, double-barrel shotgun blast of LBGT sexualization.

But this is just about teaching tolerance, and not any sort of grooming by a Hollywood elite that loves to talk to little kids about gay sex.

No, that would be a conspiracy theory, you bigot.

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By J. Kb

4 thoughts on “Another reminder that QAnon is just a conspiracy theory”
  1. There are fist symbols throughout the entire video, not just on the microphone.

    Dig the owl in a hijab at 3:00.

    Besides all that, the corruption of “When Johnny Comes Marching Home” is cringe, and not well-done at all. It’s almost unlistenable.

    Of course, comments are turned off.

  2. If I had children, I wouldn’t let them watch anything on Nickelodeon. Meanwhile the best I can do is decline to pay for any form of tv, cable/satellite/streaming or otherwise. All channels get a cut from the provider whether you watch the channel or not, so I can at least deprive channels like Nickelodeon of the pittance they would be getting from my subscription. Ditto with stuff like Netflix, and their movie celebrating pedophilia, “Cuties”.

  3. I guess you missed the video aimed at first graders telling them what and how to masturbate.

  4. Given all of the fuckery that has spewed forth in recent weeks, a comment I saw on Instagram seemed to sum it all up best, “What’s the difference between a conspiracy theory and reality? Between three months and a couple years.

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