The American media company Netflix is once again exposing children to the current “woke ideology” in another one of their streaming kids' shows.
Oddballs, an animated series created by James Rallison and Ethan Banville was produced by Netflix Animation and Atomic Cartoons, greets children with an image of a male mermaid wearing lipstick and wearing starfish to cover his nipples.
In one of the recent episodes, the cartoon characters in the show are in a school room setting where one of them named “James,” argues about certain pieces depicted in the game of Chess.
Creator James Rallison named the name character after himself and does its voice.
“Why would the King have a cross on his head,” asked James. “And what’s the Bishop doing there? It’s supposed to be a non-denominational sport”
Oddballs is rated “TV-Y7, which the Federal Communications Commission (FCC )deems “most appropriate for children 7 and up.”
In the same clip, one of the background characters is shown wearing a rainbow on his t-shirt, leaving viewers to possibly believe that the show’s creators are pushing the LGBTQ agenda.
Just last year, The Floridian was the first media outlet to report on Netflix’s Jurassic World Camp Cretacious kids show that depicted a lesbian kiss.
This show is produced by Steven Spielberg.
The show’s maturity rating is “TV-PG”, which suggests it is suitable for children with parental guidance. Various theatrical elements contribute to a show or movie’s maturity rating.
When Netflix rates a show, it identifies rating components or notable elements that are present.
This is just SICK! The sexualizing of our children by Leftists 🤡s continues.
— Javier Manjarres (@JavManjarres) August 11, 2022
Jurassic World Camp Cretaceous, which is a show about a group of teenage campers fighting dinosaurs, lists “violence” as the only rating component contributing to the PG rating. It does not identify sexual content in the series.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis recently introduced his “Digital Bill of Rights” initiative that is aimed at holding Big Tech and social media platforms accountable for sexualizing children or “grooming.”
In early 2022, Gov. DeSantis signed the controversial “Parental Rights in Education” bill into law, infuriating Progressive Democrats who believed the measure attacked the gay community.
“I think its common sense,” said Gov. DeSantis. “Parental Rights in Education, I think some of the folks in the legislature for partisan reasons, made the mistake of opposing that, they tried to manufacture a narrative.”