The Loud House

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The Loud House is an animated series created by Chris Savino that airs on Nickelodeon. The plot of the show revolves around 10-year old Lincoln Loud and his relationship with his ten sisters. Savino based the concept on his own experience of growing up in a large family. The show, behind SpongeBob, is one of Nickelodeon's highest-rated series, as of 2019.

While it may have looked like an apolitical show about family as it was in the early episodes, the show would then later push the homosexual agenda with the inclusion of Clyde, Lincoln Loud's friend, having homosexual parents as well as Luna, one of the sisters, being implied to be bisexual.[1][2]

Savino, the creator of the show, was later revealed to have had a past of sexual misconduct in the wake of the MeToo movement and would later be fired by Nickelodeon as the showrunner.

References

  1. Ong, Czarina (July 27, 2016). One Million Moms raps Nickelodeon for featuring same-sex couple on 'The Loud House' animated show for kids. Christian Today. Retrieved February 20, 2019.
  2. Laurence. Lianne (July 18, 2016). Nickelodeon ‘makes history’ with its first ‘gay married’ couple in kids cartoon. LifeSiteNews. Retrieved February 20, 2019.