LGBT Characters in Nickelodeon’s Upcoming “Monster High: The Movie” Introduce Themselves Using Pronouns (VIDEO)

After releasing the trailer for the upcoming “Monster High: the Movie,” Nickelodeon is facing tremendous criticism for using pronouns to introduce the LGBT characters.

“”Monster High: the Movie” is an upcoming American, Canadian-produced live-action musical film based on Mattel’s Monster High franchise, which was created by Garrett Sander,” as stated by Monster High fandom. “It is directed by Todd Holland with a teleplay written by Jenny JaffeBilly Eddy and Matt Eddy from a story by Jaffe, Greg Erb and Jason Oremland.”

The woke movie is scheduled to be released on both Nickelodeon and Paramount+ on October 6.

In the sneak peek, two of the characters introduced themselves using their respective pronouns. Frankie Stein, a nonbinary, refers to herself as they/them, while Clawdeen Wolf, a lesbian character, refers to herself as she/her.

Watch the video below:

This is not the first time that Nickelodeon has been criticized for its controversial and woke programming choices.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported that Nickelodeon was facing backlash after releasing a video of a creepy drag queen singing about Pride in front of a trans flag.

Of course, with this one, Nickelodeon went too far for many parents, one of whom asked “is this the slippery slope I was told not to worry about?”

Watch the video below:

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