For some unknown reason, in many parts of the country, folks have decided that being pro-trans and pro-drag queen is the way to go. To pursue these goals, Democrats have changed laws and pressured governments and businesses to allow boys and men in women’s and girls bathrooms and locker rooms, they’ve allowed boys and men to compete in girls and women’s sporting events, they’ve lobbied for taxpayer funded sex change operations and medications, they’ve taught gender theory in schools and given trans children “closets” to change their clothes in after leaving home so they can hide their gender identity from their parents – and more.

The “more” includes hosting drag queen shows with kids, having drag queen story hours in community libraries and allowing “pornography” in school libraries under the auspices of “inclusion” of the LGBTQ lifestyle. To the chagrin, disappointment and disgust of many, the trans movement, after winning a few public and legal battles, has moved on to targeting children as well as adults.

The corporate support of the trans-movement has really gone off the rails lately. And some of them are also targeting kids.

The Build-a-Bear corporation, whose website says their products “appeal to kids of all ages”, has a new RuPaul Drag Queen Bear – an online exclusive – that features a wig, gold sequin gown, matching shoes and a RuPaul logo stamped on its paw. For a mere $56, you can have this one-of-a kind collector’s item. It’s only warning for the product is that, because of the clothing and accessories, it’s not appropriate for kids under three- years-old because it’s a “choking hazard.”

A drag queen teddy bear. If that isn’t “grooming” kids, I don’t know what is.
For adults, we have all kinds of corporate sponsorship of the trans movement lately, especially in the alcohol arena.

To sell more beer (I don’t think that’s gonna happen), Anheuser-Busch has teamed up with TikToker and divisive trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney to be a Bud Light mouthpiece for money. The move garnered pushback across the country including Kid Rock who posted a video of himself shooting up cases of Bud Light while wearing a MAGA hat. He says, ““F— Bud Light and f— Anheuser-Busch.”

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The Cincinnati Enquirer reports that Mulvaney partnered with Anheuser-Busch for a promotional contest after celebrating her 365 days of being a woman. For her trans birthday she was sent personalized beer cans to mark the occasion.

An Anheuser-Busch spokesperson said about the partnership with Mulvaney, “Anheuser-Busch works with hundreds of influencers across our brands as one of many ways to authentically connect with audiences across various demographics and passion points. From time to time, we produce unique commemorative cans for fans and for brand influencers, like Dylan Mulvaney. This commemorative can was a gift to celebrate a personal milestone and is not for sale to the general public.”

Country music singer Travis Tritt is also boycotting the beer, “I will be deleting all Anheuser-Busch products from my tour hospitality rider. I know many other artists who are doing the same.” Tritt had been sponsored by Budweiser in the ’90 during a tour but he said that was when Anheuser-Busch was American-owned.

Mulvaney seems to be quite popular lately for some reason. Nike has made a partnership with Mulvaney and the trans influencer has posed in pants and a sports bra for them.

Jack Daniels is also facing a boycott over an older woke LGBTQ campaign that includes a two-year old “small town, big pride” media push they ran with drag queens from Ru Paul’s Drag Race.

On the candy front, Hershey came out with a woke candy bar called “HER for SHE” that I reported on in March. They put a trans woman on one of their candy bars for (ironically) a way of promoting International Women’s Day – and a way for parents to be forced to answer questions from their kiddos who pick up the candy bars.

And incredulously, while doing research for this article, I actually found a statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics, who “came out” two years ago stating “alarm and dismay” that state legislators are trying to ban “gender-affirming care” for gender-diverse and transgender youth. They are also upset about the legislative bills getting passed forbidding children from playing on sports teams according to their gender idea.

What is “gender-affirming” care? According to the World Health Organization, it encompasses a “range of social, psychological, behavioral and medical interventions designed to support and affirm an individual’s gender identity” when it conflicts with the gender they were assigned at birth. This intervention includes giving kids hormones that delay puberty or promote development of masculine or feminine sex characteristics, giving supportive gender counseling and even performing surgery.

It’s bad enough that the companies and legislators are pushing the trans lifestyle and openly targeting children and adolescents. But it’s quite deplorable when pediatric physicians join in on it when they are supposed to be protecting children and doing no harm.