This one:What quote?
Frankly I don't disagree with the core of this comment - there's nothing inherently sexual about letting kids know gays exist and should be treated like anyone else; but someone like Lindsay Amer would be last person I'd want to tell my apocryphal kids about it.So I watched the Ted Talk, too, only more sober. I lost attention after her singing her song. What interested me more, as with most of these videos, is the comment section. Lindsay can't turn off comments on sites not controlled by her.
However, this caught my attention, and I am, for the life of me, trying to find a source on this:
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How do we know they're not just digging into mommy's Xanax supply and swallowing fistfuls of the happy Tic-Tacs?
That's how I've seen it. It's more something for college aged people for some reason at least a couple years ago it was kind of in to enjoy infantile things like adult coloring books and the like. I can imagine some weird parents sitting down and watching this with their children but I don't think the children would really absorb or understand anything significant about it.In the comments you occasionally see some woke parent claim their kids love it or they just watched it with their kid, but I'd be shocked if the majority of the audience aren't young adults.