I’ve never eaten Lucky Charms cereal. Too many different dyes in it. But now I have another reason. BTW, I do have cereal for breakfast several times a week. I’m a Kix man.
Well, now Lucky Charms has a new “Magical Unicorn” figure played by a child actor of indeterminate sex (https://fellowshipoftheminds.com/2018/07/02/general-mills-pushing-a-gender-fluid-agenda-with-lucky-charms-commercial/). I would let this pass, only in 2013 Lucky Charms–it’s a General Mills cereal–came out strong to “celebrate LBGT pride.” So we think we know where they hang their hat.
This is a product pitched to children. They’re also pitching sexual confusion. Sort of like the public schools and most of our professional sports teams do, nowadays.
The assorted dyes is not the only thing you shouldn’t allow your kids to be consuming.
What can be said for an age in which even children’s breakfast cereal carries a sexual message?
Mene, Mene, Tekel, Upharsin…