Massive kids YouTuber Ms. Rachel invites Dylan Mulvaney to appear on 'Songs for Littles' show

"Sometime when you're in NYC you should be on our show, Songs for Littles! We love you & your singing!"

Libby Emmons Brooklyn NY
Ms Rachel has nearly 10 million subscribers on YouTube. She broadcasts episodes in excess of an hour in length to keep little ones entertained, educated, and happy. Parents trust her, plopping their toddlers and children down before screens big and small for hours on end, blissful in the knowledge that they are safe in her virtual care. Yet, this same YouTuber extended an invitation to Dylan Mulvaney back in 2023 for the trans "Days of Girlhood" star to appear on her show. 

Under a post from Mulvaney, Rachel said "Sometime when you're in NYC you should be on our show, Songs for Littles! We love you & your singing!" Mulvaney has referred to women's organs as "Barbie pockets" and has claimed that he himself is actually a girl. In one video, he discussed the joys of being a "bimbo." This is the kind of person Rachel sees fit to invite on the show for children.

Rachel Accurso, who has pronouns in her LinkedIn bio, describes herself as "a passionate educator who creates research-based videos to help toddlers and their families learn, bond, and thrive. Her videos infuse songs, games and nursery rhymes with strategies from experts to help children reach important milestones in the crucial early years of learning. Rachel believes all children are capable, brilliant and important. She loves learning from them and being around their contagious joy and wonder."

Perhaps she also believes that children can be born in the wrong bodies, like Mulvaney does. Mulvaney went to the White House and sat down with President Joe Biden to tell him about how children can literally be born in the wrong bodies, with girls having boy brains and boys having girl brains, as he seems to believe he has. Biden expressed his view to American parents, saying "Affirm your kids," meaning let them have sex changes if they indicate that they might want to do that.

Accurso "has two master’s degrees in education," her bio reads. "She has one in early childhood development and one in music education. She is an advocate for children’s rights and works to ensure that all children have access to high quality early childhood education. She is an ambassador for Save the Children and Room to Grow."
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