Subject: Please think of the children
As you have probably already heard, Nickelodeon Kid's Network features a same sex relationship during “The Loud House” and insinuates bad language. These particular topics could have easily been avoided, but the network deliberately wanted to introduce the topic of sexual orientation and normalize same sex relationships, as well as promoting the use of foul language.
Unfortunately, children are now being exposed to same sex marriage and inappropriate language on a network designed for kids. Nickelodeon should stick to entertaining instead of pushing an agenda. Nickelodeon has decided to be politically correct instead of providing family-friendly programming.
I certainly hope your company's financial support of this type of television programming through advertising is simply an oversight.
I urge Toys ‘R’ Us to place the welfare of our children first by discontinuing sponsorship of Nickelodeon’s “The Loud House.”
My family and I look forward to your response.
Warning! In case you missed our first announcement: Nickelodeon Kid’s Network often features a family with two dads in the animated show, “The Loud House.” The series, which centers around the life of Lincoln Loud and his ten sisters, was the first Nickelodeon show in history to feature a married same-gender couple. The married gay couple is revealed while dropping off their child Clyde at the Loud residence for a slumber party. Nickelodeon is attempting to normalize same-gender marriage while desensitizing young viewers. The program airs weekday afternoons at 5:00 pm ET/4:00 pm CT.
Also, recently in the episode “L is for Love,” Lincoln’s sister, Luna, is bi sexual since she previously had a crush on a male and now on Sam, who is a female. Luna leaves a love note in Sam’s locker, and when Sam finds it she looks pleased.
In another episode, “Potty Mouth,” the youngest Loud sister who is still in diapers swears mimicking her older siblings, but is bleeped out each time.
Unfortunately, children are being exposed to LGBT content and crude language on a network designed for kids. The Supreme Court legalizing same-gender marriage does not make it right or morally correct. Nickelodeon should stick to entertaining instead of pushing an agenda and promoting foul language. Nickelodeon has decided to be politically correct instead of providing family-friendly programming.
Families tuning in to watch a children’s network may encounter a premature discussion on sexual orientation and be encouraged to use inappropriate language. Both are completely unnecessary. Nickelodeon and its sponsors should avoid controversial topics.
Please use the information we have provided to contact and strongly encourage Toys ‘R’ Us to pull sponsorship from “The Loud House.”