(Headline USA) Popular children’s television channel Nickelodeon joined Disney this week in promoting radical gender ideology, celebrating “International Transgender Day of Visibility” by promoting a transgender child who is “transitioning.”
The child, named Rebekah, was a finalist for Nickelodeon’s Kid of the Year last year. In a video the channel shared, the male-born child who identifies as a girl tells viewers, “Trans kids are so much more than their gender identity, and it’s so important for people to listen to kids.”
Rebekah truly is an inspiration ❤️🏳️⚧️ We stand with all kids and their families today, on Transgender Day of Visibility, and every day pic.twitter.com/7K6YXTa6dX
— Nickelodeon (@Nickelodeon) March 31, 2022
A longer video about Rebekah revealed that the child began identifying as a girl at 8-years-old.
In a different tweet, Nickelodeon highlighted a transgender cast member, Michael Cohen, a female who identifies as a man, who plays Schwoz Schwartz in shows such as Henry Danger and Danger Force.
Today is International Transgender Day of Visibility 🏳️⚧️ Join us in celebrating people of trans experience by making the world a safer & more equal place for everyone to be fully themselves. Check out @glaad and @GLSEN to find out how to become better trans allies! pic.twitter.com/6h7WjudpTi
— Nickelodeon (@Nickelodeon) March 31, 2021
“It’s really important to celebrate International Trans Day of Visibility because the more that the world understands, is aware of, and supports people of trans experience, the more empowered this community will be to have our rights and to have what we deserve and to be equal like everybody else,” Cohen tells the viewers, who are primarily children.
“I’m proud to be a part of the trans community because we are united by a common pursuit of our own personal truth,” Cohen continued. “There are most likely people of trans experience in your school, your community, friends, family.”