Crayola, the iconic maker of kids crayons, has recently been accused of pushing a transgender agenda to small children… and is now facing a potential boycott as a result.
The company, whose target market is children ages 2-10, recently shared images of a transgender model on its social media accounts. Crayola promoted Julian Gavino, A.K.A. “The Disabled Hippie,” on the crayon company's Facebook and Instagram pages to celebrate "Disability Pride Month."
The arts supply maker waxed woke in its posts, stating: “Julian Gavino (he/him) is a fashion model, writer, and activist who identifies as a transgender man. He was born with a progressive neurological condition. Julian is passionate about advocating for his respective communities. As someone who grew up not seeing anyone who looked like him in the media, Julian is determined to normalize disabled and trans bodies in the fashion world.”
It added that Gavino “stresses the importance of universal design — clothing everyone can wear. He has worked with brands such as Tommy Hilfiger, Mac Cosmetics, and was Abercrombie’s first disabled/transgender model. Julian says he truly believes you can connect to your soul and others through creativity.”
Color me repulsed.