Watch: Woman Makes Little Boy Read 'The GayBCs', a Children's Book That Teaches About Terms Like 'Coming out,' 'Trans,' 'Queer'

Watch: Woman Makes Little Boy Read 'The GayBCs', a Children's Book That Teaches About Terms Like 'Coming out,' 'Trans,' 'Queer'
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Nothing to see, here. Just a viral video posted to Twitter of an unidentified woman having a little boy read from the “The GayBCs” — a “children’s book” that uses letters of the alphabet to expose children as young as four years old to LGBTQ terms, such as “intersex,” “coming out,” “trans,” “queer,” and “drag.” And then some.

Disgusted yet? Yeah well, keep reading.

The video begins with the little boy reading aloud the word for the letter A: “ally.”

Then the woman proceeds to introduce the rest of the letters of the alphabet, asking the child to read what each letter is “for.” “And ‘B’?”, she prompts. “‘B’ is for “bi,” the little guy answers. Here are a few more examples.

C is for “coming out.”
D is for “drag.”
G is for “gay.”
I is for “intersex.”
L is for “lesbian.”
N is for “non-binary.”
O is for “orientation.”
Q is for “queer.”
T is for “trans.”

“Now I’ve read my GayBCs, tell me why you’re doing this to me.”

“God help us!,” said one Twitterer who posted the video.

Here’s how “The GayBCs” is joyously described on the “Goodreads” website:

Now in board book format, a joyful alphabet book of LGBTQ+ vocabulary for kids of all ages!

A playdate extravaganza transforms into a joyful celebration of friendship, love, and identity as four young friends sashay out of all the closets, dress up in a wardrobe fit for kings and queens, and discover the wonders of their imagination.

In The GayBCs, M. L. Webb’s playful illustrations and lively poems delight in the beauty of embracing one’s truest self—from A is for Aro and Ace to F is for Family to T is for Trans.

The GayBCs is a heartwarming and accessible gift to show kids and adults alike that every person is worthy of being celebrated. A bonus glossary offers opportunities for further discussion of complete terms, communities, and inclusive identities.

Six Dr. Seuss books forced out of production because of “racist and insensitive imagery,” “The GayBCs” lauded by “Goodreads” for teaching four-year-olds the meaning of “queer,” “non-binary,” and “lesbian.” Cancel culture wins again, America — a “twofer.”

There was plenty of disgust on display in response.

Matt Walsh was one of many who called it like it is.

Conversely, there were these people.

In response to the super-woke comments, “Yiffox,” who self-identifies as gay, was disgusted by not only the book and video but also by the comments in defense of the whole notion of indoctrinating young children — particularly about sex.

“[W]ow. I’m gay & the comments below are disgusting. KIDS SHOULD NOT BE TAUGHT ABOUT SEX. PERIOD. Doesn’t matter if it makes YOU feel better. Is P for pedo? S for sodomy? I’d object to a kid learning an alphabet of diseases too. It’s called preserving innocence.”

Amen. Of course the toxic left views “preserving innocence” of children as “right-wing bigots lying to America’s youth and teaching them to grow up to be” (you pick): “racist,” “homophobic,” “transphobic,” and other awful things kids shouldn’t grow up to become.

In the video below, a woman reads from the book, which contains more than “‘B’ is for ‘bi,'” and so forth. For example:

“You can shout it out loud. I like boys and girls, and that makes me proud.” After “G is for ‘gay'” the text reads, “It’s word that implies you’re a girl who likes girls or a guy who likes guys.” And after “L is for ‘lesbian'” the text reads, “It’s love and affection between two special girls who share a connection.”

“Love and affection between two special girls who share a connection.” How cute.

And the band plays on, America, as the dissonance becomes more and more insane.

Incidentally, in related “news,” according to the satire site, The Babylon Bee, “Women’s history month has been canceled for implying there is such a thing as ‘women.”

The scary part, of course — along with it being a perfect example of what makes good satire good — it doesn’t sound that farfetched at all, does it?

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