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One Million Moms goes after ‘Roseanne’ reboot for including gender-fluid character

Reliably eerie hate group One Million Moms has one again risen from its boggy gulley to take umbrage with pop culture, and this time they’re simply livid that the 2018 Roseanne reboot will be including a gender fluid character.

According to Fox News, the reboot will feature a new character — Roseanne’s nine-year-old grandson, Mark — who is “gender creative,” “sensitive,” and “effeminate.”

The son of Darlene and David “displays qualities of both male and female young child traits.”

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Well, One Million Moms doesn’t like that:

Unfortunately, the age of Roseanne’s grandchildren may attract young viewers, so the victims of this outrageous program are the young cast members, not to mention any child who views the show. The sexualization and moral corruption of these children is child exploitation at its worst. No child should be introduced to the experience of mental disorders….

This new series will inevitably be celebrated by the LGBT community, as the 9-year-old is the first “gender non-binary” character to appear on network TV.

This will only be the beginning unless we speak up. Consider that the original “Roseanne’s” most controversial move was once a kiss between two women – that’s sadly a common scene on network television today….

Placing gender fluid and non-binary characters in mainstream television shows are the next step in normalizing a culture that dissociates a person’s biological gender from their “gender identity.”

DNA proves a female is female and a male is male. There is no gray area here and no such thing as “gender fluid.” Confusing young viewers and child cast members with gender dysphoria is destructive. ABC is glorifying gender dysphoria, also known as gender identity disorder, and using a child to promote this mental disorder.

Earlier this year, One Million Moms went after Disney XD for featuring two boys kissing, a campaign that only garnered 7,000 signatures.