Mark Ruffalo says the Parental Rights in Education law is ‘cruel and traumatizing for children’ – twitchy.com
The last time we heard an actor weigh in on Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill, “Star Trek: Discovery” actor Wilson Cruz tweeted that Florida had learned nothing about how to prevent another Pulse Nightclub massacre, which by the way was carried about by an Islamic extremist who didn’t even know it was a gay club. We guess the thinking is that if you don’t normalize homosexuality and transgenderism starting in kindergarten, you’re paving the way for these children to grow up as mass shooters.
Actor Mark Ruffalo says the so-called “Don’t Say Gay” law is “cruel and traumatizing for children” after seeing former Disney CEO Bob Iger talk about it with Chris Wallace. Look closely, as this might be the only chance you get to see CNN+ before it gets sold.
Chris Wallace asks @RobertIger about Disney weighing in on hot-button issues like the “Don’t Say Gay” bill and the decision-making behind it. #WhosTalkingToChrisWallace pic.twitter.com/u20jYbl9gx
— CNN+ (@CNNplus) March 31, 2022
It’s not political, it’s humanistic. This bill is cruel and traumatizing for children and stigmatizes gay youth. Yes, there is such a thing as gay youth. Just because you don’t want to accept it doesn’t mean they don’t exist. https://t.co/oueEmIoBVl
— Mark Ruffalo (@MarkRuffalo) April 1, 2022
Is a five-year-old kid a “gay youth”? https://t.co/W6ErGtFG8z
Ask the mother who told ABC News that her biological son expressed that she was transgender “at the earliest moment that she actually had words and language.”
What’s your rationale for someone you don’t know talking to your 5 to 8-year-old about sex? Why do you think it’s OK for a total stranger to be having those conversations without your knowledge? Try reading the bill first.
— Daniel SAL Salgado (@Subaru_Sal) April 2, 2022
Preventing the grooming of kindergartners is cruel according to the Incredible Hulk who was apparently dropped on his head too many times. https://t.co/0PQDykzkCw
One more time for those in the back. What do you call people who want to talk to your 4 – 8 year old children about sex? https://t.co/rYTKoEDvTC
— ❌⚔️Sons of Liberty⚔️❌ (@progunz_1) April 2, 2022
Hollywood is garbage https://t.co/JSBzZhMyHK
— I’m funny. I think (@JohnHickman4141) April 2, 2022
Could you possibly be more of a tool?
Actors need to stick to acting.
You theater kids just sit around in a circle jerk & repeat each other’s liberal talking points on whatever the new ‘trend’ is. I know it goes against the Pedowood norm, but sexualizing kids is bad, mmkay? https://t.co/wYp7TOS7Cz
I doubt kindergartners through third grade struggle with sexual identity…the closest they get to it is, “Ewww…you got cooties!”
— Dennis Manning (@DennisM90583650) April 2, 2022
Youth, I can get there, children, nope. Children should not be learning about anything related to sexuality.
— S (@Peccavi_2179) April 2, 2022
Five year olds don’t know what sex is yet, let alone how to feed themselves properly. Why is the left so obsessed with sex and pushing it on children?
— Mr. Murrow (@E_Hallett) April 1, 2022
How is it traumatizing ? Majority of Americans disagree with you after reading the bill. Being hyperbolic and over dramatic isn’t helping sell your fear. Read the bill.
— EkulStryker (@EkulStryker) April 2, 2022
You’re going to lose on this.
— Unacceptable And Deplorable (@OffendOften) April 2, 2022
Ruffalo needs to expand on how the bill is cruel and traumatizing for kindergarteners.
Florida first-grade teacher in tears over the devastating effect the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ law will have on her https://t.co/ntwRlJvRYZ
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