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Consumer Product Safety Agency Issues Baffling Lesbian Visibility Day Tweet

'It's not always this easy to find something dangerous in your home... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) In celebration of the newly established Lesbian Visibility Day, the federal government’s Consumer Product Safety Commission tweeted out a bizarre ad preaching either the dangers of lesbianism, or of wasps, Twitchy reported.

In the ad, the two women who appear to be partners, are cooking some type of porridge in the kitchen.

But as they go about their tasks, it appears that an enormous animated wasp sneaked into the home of the lesbians and the girl living with them, preparing its venomous attack.

The poor child, not seeming to realize that the wasp could harm her, simply says, “Look moms! A friend!”

Undoubtedly wishing that a man was in the house to squash the canine-sized insect, the women can only respond with shock.

The agency later followed up the initial tweet with a clarifying comment.

“It’s not always this easy to find something dangerous in your home,” they wrote.

The tweet, which has no clear point other than to normalize the lesbian lifestyle, baffled many on Twitter.

“How could they not notice that wasp fly in?” one user wrote.

“I’m all in for my tax money being spent on this,” he added later.

Others made light of the bureaucracy’s baffling message.

“At least both moms are where they belong,” Jesse Kelly added.

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