Adding ‘Kids’ to YouTube Doesn’t Make It Safe

Cutting and suicide promoted in YouTube Kids cartoons

YouTube Kids is no longer a safe platform for children to randomly search and view videos. Suicide and cutting commercials are now popping up in cartoons.

As a mom and a counter culture warrior, I have warned parents nationwide about the dangerous behaviors Hollywood has been glamorizing in the entertainment industry for decades. Now, cutting and suicide is being targeted to our children on YouTube Kids. Suicide is being taught to our 5 year-olds, how low can we go as a society? With suicide as the number 2 cause of death among our teens, this issue with YouTube Kids is very concerning to me.

The scary thing about this story, is that it took up to a week for YouTube Kids to pull this graphic video down, some other videos promoting cutting took over 8 months for YouTube to remove them! These short suicide endorsements, is just one of many issues with YouTube and YouTube Kids. For example, Minecraft gaming videos show real life pornographic scenes as well as parody videos which show Disney characters like Anna, Elsa and Spiderman engaging in sexual activity with each other and even Peppa Pig parodies showing her decapitation. With millions of views per video, many children have seen this graphic content mostly by mistake and without their parents knowledge.

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Upcoming Film Unplanned Exposes Truth of Abortion, Offers Healing

I'm now more pro-life than ever, after watching this movie

Unplanned is one of the most eye-opening movies addressing the realities of abortion from former top Planned Parenthood clinic director Abby Johnson. Get the facts, find healing, become a pro-life advocate!

I’ve been a pro life advocate for over two decades, but nothing prepared me for what I saw this past Saturday night at a private screening of the upcoming, life-altering movie Unplanned. Starring Ashley Bratcher, who reenacts Abby Johnson’s story to a ‘T,’ this moving film shares about the eye-opening journey of the youngest Planned Parenthood clinic director in history, who went from her “my body, my choice” mindset, partaking in over 22,000 abortions, to one of the top anti-abortion advocates in the country. Set to release March 29th, this motion picture includes a hard-to-watch but much needed opening scene. In the first five minutes of the movie, there was a short sequence showing a baby being aborted from a young mother’s womb. This was one of the hardest, most grueling clips I have ever experienced in my life and as a CSULA film graduate, I have watched a lot of films. I bawled for several minutes. My eyes were opened.

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Netflix Show ‘Sex Education’ – A New Low for Teen-Geared Shows

Porn scene in first 30 seconds of season one, episode one

Netflix has a short list of good shows available for youth and adults. However, their newly released Sex Education TV series is downright dangerous for teens.

Over the last decade, I’ve noticed more and more sex glamorized in teen geared shows, but Netflix reached a new low with their newly released Sex Education TV series. In the last 2 years Netflix has pumped out many graphic original series like 13 Reasons Why which glamorizes suicide and has been linked to several teen deaths (which I believe the number is much higher). The worst so-called puberty geared show Big Mouth is also a very graphic adult cartoon watched by millions of young people. Riverdale season 3 just kicked off last fall and their trailer depicts witchcraft and ends with a scene of potential baby sacrifice. All top shows watched by teens in America.

However, on January 11, a mere 3 weeks ago, a new teen Netflix show called Sex Education, has now been added to my worst ever shows to hit the airwaves. This British comedy drama was created by Laurie Nunn. It stars Gillian Anderson, Asa Butterfield, Emma Mackey, Ncuti Gatwa, Connor Swindells, and Kedar Wiliams-Stirling.

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Is the Occult Behind Pokémon? What Parents Should Know!

What kind of worldview does Pokémon promote to it’s cult-like following? Are these “Pocket Monsters” demonic? Here’s what we think.

from contributing writer Kayla Rinker

Pokémon’s popularity

Does the story line and premise of Pokémon (called Pocket Monsters in Japan) run parallel to the activities inside the occult?

And most concerning: Can Satan use Pokémon to get into the heads and hearts of its enormous fanbase?

I’ll be honest, several years ago when my then 8 and 9-year-old boys discovered that cute yellow Pikachu creature, I didn’t pay much attention. I had two other babies to take care of and it all seemed innocent enough to me. They liked to compare card collections with their neighbors (we found plenty of cards at yard sales—seems Pokémon is a phase for a lot of kids), and none of them actually knew how to play the game.

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The Road to Edmond Falsely Promoted as a Christian Film

Director lacks major spiritual discernment in making movie

Is The Road to Edmond a wholesome Christian film as it claims? Or is it major propaganda, meant to mislead the next generation?

from contributing writer Analia Anderson

Recently, I brought two of my pastors to the screening of the so-called “Christian” film, The Road to Edmond that I saw advertised on Facebook. I really wrestled with writing this review because I always support my fellow Christian filmmakers, no matter what level of quality or stage they’re in… but this was an anti-christ film and work of the devil.

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