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'One Million Moms' Goes After Gender-Bending Superhero 'SheZow'

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Predictably, AFA subgroup One Million Moms is not happy about the Hub Network program SheZow, which features a pint-size superhero who transforms from a boy into a girl to fight crime.

Writes One Million Moms, which is calling on the network to can the show:

Yes, you read that correctly. When Guy says the magic words "You go girl!" he becomes SheZow the superhero.

There is no doubt this superhero character will confuse kids. Children desire to be just like superheroes and will mimic a superhero's every action, even to the point of dressing up in costumes to resemble the characters as much as possible. It won't be long before little boys are saying, "I want to be a girl, so I can help people and save the world!"

Christian parents don't need a TV show to contribute to what might be a real problem for some children. Loving your child is to teach them right from wrong and find help when they need it. We are all sinners, but we try to do better and get help when and where we need it in our lives. Thousands of Christian counselors and pastors are available all across the country to help anyone who is struggling with any kind of sin including homosexuality, gender identity disorder, gender confusion or gender dysphoria.


One Million Moms Goes After Disney 'Gay Days', But Will Walt Disney World's New Gay President Care?

Since the Norelco body groomer was not enough for them to focus on this month, One Million Moms have set their sights on Disney, urging them to email the company to stop the gays from holding innocent families captive at the park:

GaydaysWarning! Not everyone there will be excited, innocent children anticipating a fun weekend at Disney World. The first Saturday in June, homosexuals, bisexuals and transvestites will be at the Magic Kingdom with an agenda and purpose different than what would be expected at Disney.

Homosexuals will be celebrating the 23rd anniversary of Gay Day wearing matching Gay Day merchandise, such as T-shirts. There will also be transvestites dressed in drag showing their support for the event. This event is planned with the intent to expose and desensitize children to this lifestyle by same-sex couples holding hands, hugging and kissing. In short, a Gay Day participant's main goal is to be seen versus seeing Disney World.

In past years when we have contacted Disney representatives about this same issue, their response was simply that they do not sponsor this event.

On June 1, unsuspecting families will witness a well-orchestrated event that Disney says they have no control over. Disney has taken no action to stop this, which leaves families stunned and offended. So instead of a normal day at this popular theme park, parents will be angry at the harm this causes families.

Jeremy Hooper adds:

In its subsequent email blast, OMM calls on Disney to "change your policy and protect unsuspecting families and children from being forced as a captive audience to witness future Gay Days at the Magic Kingdom" and to "[p]lease stop this offensive event from occurring in the midst of thousands of children by requiring proper conduct while monitoring inappropriate behavior, public displays of affection and dress code. If patrons cannot restrain themselves, then they should be asked to leave the park." They have not yet required all incoming guests to have opposite-gender coitus before making their way through the turnstile, but there's still time.

Does One Million Moms know that in February, George Kalogridis, a GAY MAN, became President of Walt Disney World?

KalogridisAccording to his official Walt Disney World bio, Kalogridis, 59, has been with the company for 41 years. He comes to his new role in Lake Buena Vista from Disneyland Resort, where he has served as president since 2009. Kalogridis’ job titles also include CEO for Disney Resort Paris, vice president of Travel Operations at Walt Disney World in Orlando, and vice president of Epcot.

Kalogridis is a sociology graduate from UCF and was born in Winter Haven. According to the Orlando Sentinel, he and his partner, Andy Hardy, have been together for 12 years. The couple plans to build a home in Golden Oak, a subdivision being developed by Disney World on the northeast corner of the resort’s property. Hardy is a finance manager with Walt Disney Parks & Resorts global entertainment, according to the Orange County (CA) Business Journal.

No doubt he'll be sympathetic to their silly emails.


'One Million Moms' Goes Nuts Over Manscaping Ad: VIDEO

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One Million Moms has issued a call to action against a Norelco body grooming ad because it suggests a man is shaving his pubes.

They shriek:

The new Norelco commercial goes beyond a close facial shave to body grooming well below the chest and back. This commercial went WAY TOO FAR! During the commercial, it shows a man trimming hair in different areas of his body. Toward the end, it shows him standing with his boxer shorts down with hair falling to the floor as he uses the hair trimmer. It is implied that he is shaving in his private area. The dialogue in the ad is equally offensive. "I'd wink at me; I'd hug me," he says. Then he looks in the mirror, admires himself, and says, "I'd F*** me." The F-word is bleeped out. But then they display their website, www.IdFAQme.com. This is clearly a play on the F-word.

The ad shouldn't run at any time. It is not only inappropriate for children; it is offensive to adults also. The company's response to people's concerns is in poor taste. They are basically saying that they don't care, and they are going to run the commercial anyway. That just doesn't cut it.

Watch the ad, AFTER THE JUMP...

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One Million Moms is 'Shipping Its Pants' Over New Kmart Ad: VIDEO

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One Million Moms are "shipping their pants" over Kmart's super-viral new ad and have sent out an action alert condemning Kmart for airing inappropriate 'filth' (to be read in an outraged voice):

The entire commercial's dialogue has various people saying ship or shipped instead of the s-word, including a family, a child, a Kmart employee, a senior citizen couple and other customers shopping in the store.

Normally, we do not provide a link since One Million Moms does not want to contribute to this filth being spread around even more, but we made an exception this time to show how ridiculous and disgusting this ad really is.

Please send Kmart an email letter requesting they cancel their new "Ship my pants" commercial immediately!

Watch the ad (which has already been viewed 12.6 million times), AFTER THE JUMP...

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Towleroad Guide to the Tube #1332

SOUP & THAI: The Justin Timberlake sandwich recipe.

SHAPESHIFTING ALIENS: They've infilitrated the Secret Service? Is he an actual reptilian humanoid?

DAN PARENT: The man behind Archie Comics' first gay character thanks One Million Moms.

MISHA AND IVY: In January, Misha and Ivy applied for a marriage license in Greenville as part of the We Do project.

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One Million Moms 'Moving On' From Ellen DeGeneres Protest

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One Million Moms, a conservative group made up of far less than one million people, made a name for itself earlier this year by boycotting JC Penney after the retailer cast lesbian entertainer Ellen DeGeneres as a spokesperson. They were also incensed - actually, they used the word "disturbed" - when Penney featured gay dads in their catalogue. JC Penney stood by DeGeneres and LGBT inclusion through it all.

In addition to the JCP "action," OMM also protested Victoria's Secret, Urban Outfitters and other clothiers whose advertising or approach they find objectionable, read: contemporary. And they threw a fit over gay characters in Marvel and DC comic books.

The anti-DeGeneres protest, by far the group's most high-profile gripe, went on for a while, seemed to fizzle, but then inflamed anew when the talk show host appeared in a JC Penney holiday commercial.

"A new JCP ad features Ellen and three elves. JCP has made their choice to offend a huge majority of their customers again. Christians must now vote with their wallets," the group said last week.

Now one would assume OMM would be gearing up for a huge holiday blitz against the company, but Christian Post reported late last week that despite the most recent call, OMM is calling off the hounds. They're throwing in the discount towel and giving up their fight against DeGeneres and the retailer.

"We're not taking action, we're moving on. We've already contacted the company," said Monica Cole, the group's ringleader.

So does that mean this is the last we'll hear from One Million Moms? About DeGeneres, maybe. Forever? Doubtful.But this should give us a nice reprieve for the holidays. Thanks, OMM!


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