Kmart in Australia Unveils Same-Sex Family Dolls Targeting Children as Young as 3

Kmart stores in Australia are selling a line of same-sex family dolls, complete with two children and a pet, oriented toward children as young as three-years-old.

According to Aussie news site 10Daily, the store has released “family playset” dolls for children age 3 years and older, which include two fathers, or two mothers, as well as a young child, a baby, a dog and a picnic set.

The dolls are supposedly “inclusive for same sex couples,” according to 10Daily, which does not explain why children as young as three would be concerned with the dolls’ gender.

The article goes on to quote various adult Facebook commenters who expressed approval of the dolls, under the headline “Kmart Fans Applaud Same-Sex Family Doll Sets.”

However, some “Kmart fans” quoted in the article did not “applaud” or seem excited over the dolls, with some pointing out “Kids don’t notice what [gender] the dolls are,” and another saying “no thanks.”

Another Aussie news site, 7News, laid the LGBT propaganda thick with the headline “Kmart launches same-sex family doll sets and people are absolutely loving them,” however several commenters on the 7News Facebook page pushed back against the dolls, asking if they were really necessary.

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12-Year-Old Girl Arrested, Charged with Felony For Pointing ‘Finger Gun’ at Classmates

Kansas City – A 12-year-old Overland Park girl was arrested and charged with a felony for forming a ‘gun’ with her fingers and pointing it at a few of her fellow classmates.

Police actually hauled the girl out of Westridge Middle School in handcuffs and charged the child with a felony; she is facing up to one year at a juvenile detention center.

Via The Kansas City Star:

A 12-year-old Overland Park girl formed a gun with her fingers, pointed at four of her Westridge Middle School classmates one at a time, and then turned the pretend weapon toward herself.

Police hauled her out of school in handcuffs, arrested her and charged the child with a felony for threatening.

But according to Johnson County District Court documents, on Sept. 18, the girl “unlawfully and feloniously communicated a threat to commit violence, with the intent to place another, in fear, or with the intent to cause the evacuation, lock down or disruption in regular, ongoing activities …” or created just the risk of causing such fear.

The Overland Park Police incident report provided to The Star included no details of what happened, only the date, time and place.

A person familiar with a more detailed incident report spoke to The Star on condition of anonymity. The person said that during a class discussion, another student asked the girl, if she could kill five people in the class, who would they be? In response, the girl allegedly pointed her finger pistol — like the ones many children use playing cops and robbers.

Because of that gesture, The Star was told, the girl was sent to Principal Jeremy McDonnell’s office, and the other students involved were also talked to. The school resource officer recommended that she be arrested, the source said. She was detained by police and later released to her mother. A hearing in the Juvenile Division of the District Court of Johnson County is set for Tuesday.

The girl’s grandfather told The Star that his granddaughter doesn’t even have access to a gun and had no intent to harm anyone.

“I think that this is something that probably could have been handled in the principal’s office and got completely out of hand,” Jon Cavanaugh, the girl’s grandfather in California, where the girl is now living, told The Star. “She was just mouthing off,” he said.

This 12-year-old girl isn’t the first child to be punished for making a gun with her fingers at school.

A 6-year-old boy in Colorado and 10 year-old boy in Ohio were both suspended for forming guns with their fingers.

Welcome to 2019 where children are arrested for forming ‘guns’ with their fingers while illegal aliens can rape and murder without fear of reprisal.

Mattel Releases a “Gender-Neutral” Barbie and the Video Promoting it is Preposterous

Mattel launched a line of dolls with no distinctive feminine or masculine features because “kids don’t want their toys dictated by gender norms”. To promote the dolls, a video was released featuring actual “gender-neutral” children. And what is said during that video is completely baffling.

The war against genders is still on. More than ever. After Céline Dion’s “gender-neutral” clothing line for children (which contained horrifying symbolism), Mattel has released dolls that assume no identifiable gender.

The gender-neutral dolls of the new Creatable World toy line let kids accessorize the toy to be a boy, a girl, both or neither. The six dolls have different skin colors, hairstyles, and clothing to “celebrate the positive impact of inclusivity.” Each customizable doll comes with long and short hair wigs, skirts, pants, shirts, jackets, hats, and various shoes. To achieve “gender-neutrality”, Mattel toned down feminine and masculine features, such as Barbie’s breasts and Ken’s broad shoulders. The line is said to be geared towards kids who identify as gender-fluid, meaning they don’t identify as having a fixed gender like male or female.

According to Mattel’s website, the line is “designed to keep labels out and invite everyone in, giving kids the freedom to create their own customizable characters again and again”.

During development, Mattel tested the doll with 250 families in seven states, which included 15 children who considered themselves trans, gender-fluid or avoided defining themselves altogether.

As it is the norm nowadays, the promotion surrounding the line was coated in a thick layer of social indoctrination and “facts” that border on utter absurdity. Kim Culmone, senior vice president of Mattel Fashion Doll Design said in a statement:

“Toys are a reflection of culture and as the world continues to celebrate the positive impact of inclusivity, we felt it was time to create a doll line free of labels. Through research, we heard that kids don’t want their toys dictated by gender norms.”

I’m sorry but that’s a lie. Children do not complain about their toys “being dictated by gender norms”. And the video promoting the toy line contains many other preposterous lies.

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Newsweek: Time to Rethink Taboo on Cannibalism?

Since cannibalism is found throughout the animal kingdom and therefore is something natural, perhaps it is time for humans to rethink the “ultimate taboo” against eating human flesh, Newsweek proposes in an article Wednesday.

There is nothing necessarily unethical or unreasonable about eating human flesh, declare psychologists Jared Piazza and Neil McLatchie of Lancaster University, but careful reasoning over the merits of cannibalism is often “overridden by our feelings of repulsion and disgust.”

While not going so far as to recommend cannibalism, saying “there is no need to overcome our repulsion for the foreseeable future,” the two authors suggest that humans could master their aversion for human flesh if they needed to.

“Many people develop disgust for all kinds of meat, while morticians and surgeons quickly adapt to the initially difficult experience of handling dead bodies,” they note. “Our ongoing research with butchers in England suggests that they easily adapt to working with animal parts that the average consumer finds quite disgusting.”

Moreover, the psychological revulsion experienced over the prospect of consuming human flesh is not the product of reason and may even contradict reason, they argue in Wednesday’s article, which originally appeared last week in The Conversation.

“Survivors of the famous 1972 Andes plane crash waited until near starvation before succumbing to reason and eating those who had already died,” they propose.

All sorts of animals eat members of their own species, from spadefoot tadpoles and Australian redback spiders to gulls and pelicans, they state.

And cannibalism can even be found among mammals, they add, such as with many rodents as well as bears, lions, and chimpanzees.

Yet humans seem entrenched in their conviction that anthropophagy is simply wrong, no matter how many conditions are placed on hypothetical scenarios.

Human revulsion toward cannibalism stems from our tendency to associate “personhood and flesh,” the authors propose, even when the flesh in question is no longer living.

Even if we can bring ourselves to deem cannibalism morally acceptable, they contend, “we can’t silence our thoughts about the person it came from” and so our “bias” against eating human flesh persists.

“The way we interact with animals shapes the way we categorize them. Research shows that the more we think of animals as having human properties—that is, as being ‘like us”’—the more we tend to think they’re gross to eat,” they note.

While noting in passing that “philosophers have argued that burying the dead could be wasteful in the context of the fight against world hunger,” the authors ultimately do not propose breaking this taboo “for now,” saying that “we’re as happy as you are to continue accepting the ‘wisdom of repugnance.’”

Source: Breitbart