That is because Crayola has gone "woke" with a new advertising campaign featuring a disabled transgender activist Julian Gavino, a woman who self-identifies as a "man."
On both Facebook and Instagram, Crayola featured a disturbing series of photos depicting Gavino in various drag outfits along with a beard and provocative pose on "his" wheelchair.
In one of the photos, Gavino is seen wearing a chain-link bra on the outside of "his" blazer, as well as black hooker boots and garish chandelier earrings. Keep in mind that Crayola's target audience is children and toddlers aged 2 to 10.
Also known as "the Disabled Hippie," according to Crayola, Gavino's goal is to normalize "trans bodies in the fashion world," according to a linked bio. "His" sudden appearance in Crayola ads is to celebrate "Disability Pride Month."
"Julian Gavino, aka @thedisabledhippie, (he/him) is a fashion model, writer, and activist who identifies as a transgender man," Crayola explained on its Instagram page.
"He was born with a progressive neurological condition. Julian is passionate about advocating for his respective communities," which apparently includes exposing "himself" to children in all sorts of bizarre outfits while artificially growing a beard.
Following major backlash from parents, Crayola decided to drop Gavino from its social media pages. "His" creepy photos and more just disappeared one day in response to numerous chastisements from the public.
"Our kids don't need to be pushed through media and this is messed up ... JUST LET THEM BE KIDS!" wrote one person.
Unfortunately, Crayola is one of the better examples of corporate woke-ness in that many other companies continue to market transgenderism to children without shame.
Crayola, more than likely seeing dollar signs leave its books, decided that it was best to can Gavino for now since most parents are not interesting in seeing "him" flash across their screen.
Disney, on the other hand, continues to proudly groom children via the media, its theme parks, and other forms of programming.
The good news is that with each new "woke" company that comes out of the grooming closet, another space is made for a new company to come along and fill its place – minus all the child grooming.
"There is a fantastic opportunity here for entrepreneurs to fill the vacuum that these woke companies are leaving as they alienate their client base," wrote a commenter at The Western Journal.
"New companies that are oriented toward traditional societal morality should be springing up all over the place to offer alternative products to a growing market of disgusted consumers who, at the very least, want to buy products from corporations that are ideologically neutral and are not trying to jam any kind of social or political ideology down their families' throats."
Another wrote that Crayola will go the way of Disney by seeing drops in revenue and degradation of its longtime family name.
"I wonder if their parent company authorized or endorsed this?" asked another commenter. "If so, then Hallmark has to be added to the #gowokegobroke campaign."
Hallmark, it turns out, bought Crayola back in 1984, and Crayola has since "played a significant role in Hallmark's personal development strategies."
Someone else wrote that he is perfectly happy giving his children colored pencils from another brand instead of Crayola crayons now that the "perverted company" has shown its true colors.
The latest news about the transgender indoctrination of children can be found at Groomers.news
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