Queer Eye for Rugrats
Pride Month is upon us and the LGBTQ world is vomiting rainbows all over the internet. You are about to see more rainbows on Facebook than American flags in an Independent Fundamentalist Baptist Church on the 4th of July.
Not to be outdone, Nickelodeon has announced a Rugrats reboot which will feature a new Betty (Phil and Lil's mom) who is openly homosexual. One article suggests that all of the Rugrats characters are either homosexual or homosexual affirming. Chloe Stillwell writes about the baby characters, "Throughout the series they were never strangers to dressing outside of their assigned genders, and spoke to a sense of play and not giving a f@!# that the LGBTQIA+ culture of Millennials and Gen Z has widely embraced and made more mainstream."
Well, why not, right? I mean, sodomites labeling babies as homosexual isn't creepy at all. C'mon Karen.
As a child of the Eighties, my first memory of Nickelodeon is You Can't Do That on Television, a series of comedy sketches done by kids. Which, unlike this new Rugrats, was actually good. Now, Nickelodeon wants to produce garbage which really shouldn't be on television.
They do it because they hate the traditional family. If they can make it cute and colorful, they know you won't care and your kids will swallow the philosophy whole.
Are you sick of it yet? Mad? Not nearly mad enough.
This news comes out almost every week and the studio execs are conditioning you--evangelical Christian--to accept it because it will seem to be everywhere. When you are ostracized to the point of not caring they figure that you will simply move out of the way. They are banking on your complacency.
Are you complacent? Do you care?
Griping on social media isn't the same thing as caring. Clicking your tongue, waiting for the rapture to beam you outta here or shaking your head like a church lady isn't either.
You need to think like a progressive with a plan. You need to invest time and money in companies that represent your interests.
If you do not think that LOOR represents your interests, you should find somewhere else to invest. Find a company that will punch the culture in the mouth with creatively produced film and television.
But I will tell you this: that's not VidAngel and that's not Pureflix. They're making films for the Christian ghetto. They've got the Hallmark demographic nailed down solid and they're not disrupting anything.
We seek disruptive, provoked, irritated (and accredited) investors for $50k or more to help us finish our SAFE round. If you've got the guts, apply. If not, I hear that Phil Vischer is working on something.
Gold Loot is the New Crack
Gather around, children, while I tell you the story of a new subscriber to Loor.tv.
Charity Never Made a Great Film
If you spend any time with directors and producers in Christian film, eventually their socialistic mindset will seep out.
Loor is at Turning Point Action Conference this Weekend!!!!
This is your chance to hang out with the bad boys of the faith-based, faith-adjacent, sometimes family-friendly, Christian (can we use that term any more?) film space.