The “CoComelon” show on Netflix, targeted at toddlers, is expanding its content to include a family with two daddies and a boy dancing in a tutu.
This shift has sparked controversy, with some expressing concerns about the impact on young viewers.
Critics argue that the show’s previous wholesome nature is being compromised, and there are now calls for pushback against the changes. (Trending: Assault Weapons Ban Set To Take Effect, Here’s What To Know)
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“Netflix needs the full Bud Light treatment on this,” Matt Walsh said.
“Just a matter of time, of course,” conservative commentator Allie Beth Stuckey wrote.
“Can’t have anything natural and edifying,” she said.
“CoComelon was actually wholesome. The mom and dad were loving to each other. Some songs emphasized traditional gender roles.”
“Now we get a boy in a tutu.”
The debate raises questions about the influence of media on young children and the need for parental vigilance.