Ms. Rachel's focus isn't just language development

Ms. Rachel's focus isn't just language development

Ms. Rachel's focus isn't just language development

A parental advocacy group wants parents to be aware of what a YouTube star who creates content for toddlers and babies supports.

Rachel Accurso, better known as Ms. Rachel, has garnered tons of praise from parents and childhood education professionals alike for doing all the right things to make engaging and fun educational videos for small children.

She and her husband created their channel in 2019 in response to the lack of media resources for their son who had a speech delay. But since she released a video on social media in support of "Pride Month," many parents are realizing that she embraces and promotes the LGBTQ+ agenda.

"Happy Pride to all of our wonderful families and friends," she declared June 1. "This month and every month, I celebrate you. I'm so glad you're here. I'm so glad you're exactly who you are."

In a follow-up video, she tried to use the Bible to justify her position:

"In Matthew 22, a religious teacher asked Jesus, 'What's the most important commandment?' And Jesus says to love God and to love your neighbor as yourself. All the law and the prophets hang on these two commandments," she cited, reiterating that she stands with everyone.

"To those who are going to comment they can't watch the show anymore because of this support, no worries, and much love your way," Ms. Rachel added. "God bless. I am not chasing fame or views. I'm standing strong in love."

Meanwhile, her website features details about her team, Songsforlittles, including their preferred pronouns. One co-star in her musical adventures is Jules Hoffman, a musician who uses they/them pronouns and is very active in homosexual pride events.

For conservative columnist and podcast host Matt Walsh, it is clear that Ms. Rachel does not want conservative parents' business, and he advises them to respond accordingly. Commentator Allie Beth Stuckey says the YouTube star does not understand biblical love.

Cole, Monica Cole

One Million Moms, an organization that is diligent about warning parents of inappropriate content, points out that this is not the first time Ms. Rachel has exposed children to transgenderism and has issued a parental warning.

"She is accepting this sin by promoting gay pride," Director Monica Cole laments. "When she is accepting it and teaching children to do the same, it's clearly against God's teaching in the Bible."

While she recognizes that God is love, Cole points out that He is also truth, and she invites supporters to pray that Ms. Rachel would hear and believe that.

"The Bible tells us that God made us male and female and that holy marriage is between one man and one woman," Cole relays. "God gives us these boundaries because He knows what's best for us. He created us, and He loves us so much."

One Million Moms submits that the most loving thing people can do is share truth, and the organization is asking its supporters to pass on this important information about Ms. Rachel to their family and friends, especially those who have young children or grandchildren.

Editor's Note: One Million Moms is a division of the American Family Association, the parent organization of the American Family News Network, which operates AFN.net.