Trans Transformer reveals pronouns to non-binary child in animated series

"I always knew my pronouns felt right, but what a wonderful word for a wonderful experience."

Mia Ashton Montreal QC

A recent episode of the popular children’s cartoon Transformers: EarthSpark features a non-binary robot who meets a non-binary girl.

A clip of the episode shared on Twitter by Libs of TikTok opens with the robot Nightshade telling a cowering young girl that its pronouns are they/them, to which the girl responds, “I’m Sam. I’m she/they.”

The two characters then discuss what a scary place the world can be and how it’s hard to know who’s dangerous and who’s not.

“I know I’m safe when I’m with my friends, or other non-binary people,” the girl tells the trans Transformer robot with they/them pronouns.

But the robot is confused by the term non-binary, so the girl explains that it means “people who aren’t male or female.”

“I always knew my pronouns felt right, but what a wonderful word for a wonderful experience,” replies Nightshade.

This is not the first time the show has contained radical gender ideology. Back in December, a clip of Optimus Prime almost “misgendering” Nightshade surfaced on social media.

Optimus Prime gets educated by a young girl who informs him that Nightshade’s pronouns are they/them.

“He or she just doesn’t fit who I am,” said the robot.

Optimus Prime then apologies, and proceeds to use the gender-neutral “their.”

Last month, Netflix quietly dropped a show featuring a non-binary bison, after outrage on social media.

In episode 8 of season 5 of the show Ridley Jones, a female bison called Fred comes out to her grandmother, who is voiced by Cyndi Lauper.

"Grandma doesn't know I changed. She still thinks I'm her granddaughter instead of her grandFred…I do want to tell her," Fred tells Ridley.

Later in the episode, Fred, whose real name is Winnifred, comes out to Grandma.

“My heart says that the way I feel most myself is to go by the name ‘Fred.’ That's because I'm nonbinary and Fred is the name that fits me best. And I also use ‘they’ and ‘them,' because calling me a she or a he doesn't feel right to me,” Fred tells her grandma, who immediately apologises for using “the wrong name and pronouns,” and thanks Fred for sharing this information.

In May, 2021, the Nick Jr show Blue’s Clues featured a cartoon beaver with mastectomy scars taking part in a Pride parade, which sparked severe backlash.

Lindz Amer, producer of the YouTube channel Queer Kid Stuff, consulted with Nickelodeon for the special Pride parade episode.

“I definitely felt a huge responsibility consulting with the team,” Amer told Yahoo at the time. “It’s the same responsibility I feel in all of the work that I do bringing LGBTQ representation to children’s media.”

Queer Kids Stuff is a YouTube channel aimed at educating preschoolers about radical gender ideology. In one video, HE, SHE and THEY, a teddy bear learns that “some people aren’t boys or girls.”

When a confused Teddy asks how to tell, Amer chirpily replies that it’s easy. “All you have to do is ask someone what their pronoun is.”


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