Bob Knight on Barbie and gender confusion
Penis-possessing Robert Knight of Concerned Women for America’s Culture and Family Institute has been surfing the Barbie web site and is investigating the promotion of gender confusion — and no doubt deviance and perversion while Mattel is at it.
The iconic Barbie Doll has become another tool for promoting gender confusion among children. On the Barbie Web site, www.Barbie.com, there is a poll that asks children their age and sex. The age choices are 4-8, but as Bob Knight, Director of CWA’s Culture & Family Institute, notes children are given three options for their choice of gender. Click here to listen.
Special honors ought to go to Leslee Unruh, president of Abstinence Clearinghouse, who managed to make the list despite an almost hallucinatory fear of condoms. There are plenty of thoughtful, articulate champions of abstinence, but Unruh — who boasts of her White House access and her organization’s Centers for Disease Control partnership — is not one of them. When I interviewed her last year, she kept veering off message — responsible abstinence — to whisper and shout about the condoms that haunt her: “Condoms on bananas,” she moaned, her voice raising. “Captain Condom! Condom relay races!” Even on vacation at Mt. Rushmore, she told me, she could not escape them. She claims she found a machine in the women’s room that told her “seven perfect ways” to put on a rubber.