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Gay Cereal: Kellogg’s Promotes Homosexuality to Kids

Gay Cereal: Kellogg’s Promotes Homosexuality to Kids

Gay cereal? Kellogg’s cereal is now promoting homosexuality to kids.

In partnership with the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD), Kellogg’s created the “All Together Cereal.” The project is part of the organization’s anti-bullying initiatives, and the colors are unmistakable.

Under the guise of “anti-bullying,” the LGBTQ+ locomotive is speeding along into the breakfast cereal market hoping to get its message across to children. This unique approach corresponds with Kelloggs’s recent donation of $50,000 to GLAAD to support their anti-bullying and LGBTQ advocacy work.

For now, you can only find the Gay Cereal online. It may not be long before the company parades their propaganda right at the level of your children’s peering eyes. It is amazing to see so many organizations toppling to Political Correctness, left and right.

All Aboard! Who or what will be next?

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