In a blatant attempt to normalize transgenderism in the minds of small children, Disney recently aired an episode of its “Muppet Babies” series entitled “Gonzorella.” Loosely based on the classic Cinderella story, Gonzorella has one of the main male characters, Gonzo, express his desire to wear a “princess dress” to the Royal Ball. At that point another character named Rizzo tells Gonzo that he is his “Fairy RatFather.” Rizzo then proceeds to grant Gonzo’s request by providing him with a magical dress, which the transgendered “Gonzorella” happily wears to the gala event.
In describing this Muppet Babies episode, political commentator Candace Owens said, “Everyone should be disturbed by predatory cartoons meant to usher children into gender dysphoria.”
Make no mistake about it, the devil — not Disney — is the ultimate source of this kind of identity confusion. As St. Paul tells us in 1 Corinthians 14, “God is not a God of confusion, but of peace.” To cause small children to question and doubt their biological, God-given sex, and to set them on a path that could possibly lead to bodily mutilation, the consumption of dangerous drugs and perhaps an early death (since the transgender community has a suicide rate that is estimated to be as much as 20 times greater than the general population), is nothing short of diabolical. We must all pray for all children who may be confused by gender dysphoria and support them as they get the help they need.