Middle schoolers of gay men, communist rhetoric and the advice to complete homework before “summoning the devil.” Season 2 of Netflix. Baby-Sitters ClubThis was released October 11.
Baby-Sitters ClubLike so many things in the age of cultural decline it takes an old, nostalgic franchise and makes them annoyingly awake. The reboot will only leave us with another cultural nail.
Last season had the girls babysit a trans child. That child is not in this season, but the series is definitely working overtime to cover the other letters in Gay Inc.’s alphabet soup. In the episode, “Mary Anne and the Great Romance,” middle school student Mary Anne (Malia Baker) spends school lunch in a “couple’s lounge” (a ridiculous idea for middle schoolers) with her new boyfriend, Logan (Rian McCririck). The dating couples at the table include two gay boys who act so in love.
At the end of the episode, Mary Anne tells her friend Dawn (Kyndra Sanchez) that she and Logan have decided to stop officially being boyfriend and girlfriend because the label feels like too much pressure. Dawn says that labels are a terrible thing. The person I get to be with, for all I know could be anyplace on the planet. gender spectrum.” This is how thirteen-year-olds imagine their future romantic relationships now.
That episode covers the “G” and the “B” (or whatever other letters are in the “gender spectrum”) of LGBT, but later episodes makes sure to have a teenage character who is an “L.”
Janine (Aya Furukawa), the older sister of babysitter Claudia (Momona Tamada), has a high school friend named Ashley (Kelcey Mawema). Janine and Ashley have a great friendship in which they naturally click despite different personalities. Today’s Hollywood scripts make it clear that two female characters are not just friends. Since the legalization for same-sex marriage, one-on-one sexual relationships are routinely sexualized on TV. So, naturally, in the second-to-last episode of the season, Janine tells her little sister that she and Ashley are “in love.” Season 2 now covers the L and cultural commissars give another unneeded hit to traditional friendships.
Ashley is a left-wing social media influencer who made a speech at the “New Haven March for our Lives,” an anti-second amendment movement. But it is babysitter Dawn who is the series’ most vocal spokesman for leftist indoctrination. Hollywood will never produce shows that feature a “cool” child who is committed to conservative causes, such as gun rights or pro-life activism. Dawn supports communist ideas. She is “anti-capitalist”, believes in “socialism” and criticizes corporations (but not for their wokeism or involvement with communist China). She does not “know if she really believes in the institution of marriage” but has a “love is love” t-shirt in support of gay marriage.
She even claims a white baby won a costume contest against two minority babies because of “white mediocrity superseding the excellence of two women of color.” To make sure radical feminism is covered, Dawn also complains that “men have such fragile egos”. Dawn is just as interested in occultist practices as her hip mom. “Okay, just, you know, finish your homework before you summon the devil,” her mom’s boyfriend advises her as Dawn works at a table with candles and tarot cards in her room.
As a general rule of thumb, you can presume that any original programming on Netflix targeted to minors should be avoided. Amazingly, the series is TV-G. American Left is trying to manipulate a young, vulnerable generation with radical Marxist ideologies and sexual confusion. Turn off streaming services and look for alternatives.