Nickelodeon is now pushing transgenderism on kids.
On March 31, the kids’ TV network tweeted an image of a blue, pink, and white transgender flag… with the caption:
“Today is International #TransDayOfVisibility 💕 We’re celebrating transgender people around the world and the courage it takes to live their truth #TDOV.”
The post attracted a very negative response from Twitter users.
But then, some critics noticed that Nickelodeon had begun deleting their criticism.
As a result, angry users began to use the hashtag #OkGroomer–a reference to the “Ok, Boomer” meme that criticized the Baby Boomer generation. #OKGroomer briefly went viral on Twitter, in response to Nickelodeon’s censorship.
Unsurprisingly, Nickelodeon wasn’t the only kids’ network that made a big stance on “Trans Day of Visibility.”
Cartoon Network also posted a photo of the transgender flag, in the shape of a heart, with the caption: “Carton Network celebrates you being authentically you. We stand with the transgender community.”