US senators propose to censor LGBT content on TV and platforms

Senators in the United States sent a letter to the Oversight Board to censor LGBT content on television and online platforms.

The five Republican officials asked the Parental Guidelines body to update their ratings for certain children’s shows.

senators They seek to include warnings to LGBT content that they described as “disturbing”. In fact, they believe that sexual themes are aggressively promoted in children’s programming.

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“[…] including irreversible and harmful experimental treatments for mental disorders such as gender dysphoria,” is stated in the statement.

For this reason, US senators they are pushing for the PGMA rating system to incorporate warnings for LGBT content.

Besides, they regretted that an executive of the Disney company considered it positive to integrate characters from the community in their stories, including children’s.

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To the detriment of children, gender dysphoria has been sensationalized in popular media and television with radical activists and entertainment companies.says the letter.

In it, the legislators consider that the “radical sensation” and sexual damage to minors. In addition, it destabilizes and harms the rights of parents.

Although the letter does not cite examples of content “harmful” to children and their families, the Kansas City newspaper cited four of them: Nickelodeon’s Danger Force and The Loud House, and She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and Dead End: Netflix’s Paranormal Park.

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