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Crayola (owned by Hallmark Cards) advertising pushes transgender agenda on kids 2 to 10 years old.

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The Gateway Pundit published an article titledCrayola Posts Transgender ‘Model’ Wearing a Chain-Link Bra Over Clothing to Virtue Signal About Diversity.   

The Blaze published an article titled: 'Woke' Crayola faces boycott after being accused of pushing transgender agenda to children: 'Just let them be kids!' 

The Gateway Pundit article reports in part:

Attention school shoppers, there is another brand you may want to avoid while getting supplies for your kids this fall.

On Saturday, Crayola posted images of what appears to be a man in a wheelchair wearing a chain-link bra over his clothing to virtue signal about diversity.

The person in the post, Julian Gavino, is apparently transgender and uses he/him pronouns.

“Julian Gavino, aka The Disabled Hippie Life Coaching, (he/him) is a fashion model, writer, and activist who identifies as a transgender man. He was born with a progressive neurological condition. Julian is passionate about advocating for his respective communities,” Crayola wrote in the post. “As someone who grew up not seeing anyone who looked like him in the media, Julian is determined to normalize disabled and trans bodies in the fashion world.”

The company boasted that Gavino has also worked with “brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Mac Cosmetics, and was Abercrombie’s first disabled/transgender model.”

Crayola’s post was promptly condemned by parents who were concerned about their children following the crayon company on social media. Instead of addressing their concerns, they turned off commenting on the post.

“Really inappropriate content for children. Usually I buy a ton of supplies to donate, this year we will be leaving Crayola out of the donation. Kids don’t need to be taught about sexual preference or changing genders while trying to color,” one commenter wrote.

Another said, “I thought Crayola was supposed to be for children and I’ve had this site on my page for some time I’m taking off why is it that all the stuff is being shoved in children’s faces this is ridiculous things are trying to talk to our children it should not be let them be children and leave them alone.”

Crayola pulled down its transgender post from Facebook after several customers tweeted “boycott Crayola.”

The Blasé article reports in part:  Crayola – which reportedly has a target market of ages 2-10 – shared images of a transgender model on its social media accounts.

As you can see from clicking on this Crayola Facebook link the company has already taken the ad image down.  https://www.facebook.com/crayola/posts/10160119852565070

Crayola is owned by Hallmark Cards.

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