Here We Go: Cartoon Network Uses ‘Powerpuff Girls’ to Celebrate LGBT Pride Month

The Cartoon Network is the latest company to celebrate LGBT Pride Month, and it’s using one of its most popular animated shows to do it.

The network’s Facebook and Twitter accounts posted a message June 2 alongside a picture of the Powerpuff Girls telling viewers, “We want to wish everyone a HAPPY PRIDE and encourage all of our LGBTQ+ fans to stand proud all year long!”

Powerpuff Girls consistently ranks as one of the most-liked shows among viewers. The social media posts showed eight characters from the show standing underneath a rainbow with the message, “Happy Pride.” The Twitter message includes the hashtags “#pride #happypride #powerpuffyourself #pridemonth #powerpuffgirls.”

Christian Post and CNS News also reported the network’s activism.

Viewers who closely follow the network’s shows likely weren’t surprised.

The former series Clarence included a character with two moms. Steven Universe, which is still on the air, showed a same-sex marriage proposal in 2018 between two characters, Ruby and Sapphire.

Warner Bros. owns Cartoon Network.

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Source: Christian Headlines