Tuesday, February 2, 2016


"Moschino Barbie..."

Created for Little Gay Boys?

The Moschino Barbie doll campaign features a boy in its commercial – a groundbreaking development for a toy that is usually marketed for girls. This marketing strategy has inspired an incredible amount of popularity for the dolls, which sold out in one hour alone, but it could have very different repercussions down the line.

Barbie dolls have long been thought to be a toy for girls, though everyone knows at least one boy who was curious about them and played with them at least once – especially in the case of young boys with older sisters.

This stems from the innocent curiosity of being a child, but it has been deemed a taboo by society.
Apparently, it’s 2015 and boys playing with dolls still means that they’re feminine or gay, and therefore an abomination to society. Moschino Barbie hopes tho break this kind of thinking now and make it more forward.


 I actually found out about our swishy little pal up there on a crazy anti-Queer page. They decried the whole thing as proof of the fall of civilization. See below...


"For this cause God gave them up unto vile affections: for even their women did change the natural use into that which is against nature:” Romans 1:26 (KJV)

 The queering of American society has now descended to the level of mentally conditioning children to accept everything from blurred gender lines to no gender lines.

 Mattel, makers of the iconic Barbie Doll, have cast a lisping, preening, homosexual-in-training little boy in their latest commercial. And just in time to start your Christmas shopping!

“Moschino Barbie is so fierce!”

... the boy screams as he and two female friends laud the doll, done up in designer Jeremy Scott’s sleek glamour. Barbie’s cellphone goes off and the little boy says, “It’s for you, Moschino Barbie,” before winking at the camera. Watch the ad below, and see for yourself:

Indeed see below for yourself!

Isn't it wonderful. Think of all the youngsters that will now not think themselves strange or unwanted. Think of the young Queer boys, and youths that won't try to hurt themselves. 

If I had seen things like this as just there as a matter of course...well. My life would have been just that much happier. Just that much less trauma confusion, and pain. I think Jesus would have approved.

 Stay Tuned.

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