Children’s icon Ms. Rachel dares Conservative parents to boycott her — and they do

A popular kids’ content creator teed up her own Bud Light treatment with a plug for “Pride” and some Dylan Mulvaney fawning.

The start of June meant the front-and-center return of the rainbow for corporations and influencers alike. Including herself in the lot, to the chagrin of conservative parents, was the widely-viewed “Ms. Rachel” who decided to call out those opposed to being force-fed alphabet soup with a saccharin message invoking God.

“Happy Pride to all of our wonderful families and friends! 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,” Rachel Griffin-Accurso began on her TikTok to nearly 5 million followers — roughly half of her YouTube subscription volume.

“To those who are going to comment, they can’t watch this show anymore because of this support, no worries and much love your way,” she continued. “God bless. I am not chasing fame or views. I’m standing strong in love.”

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Backlash for children’s educational programs soon followed with the Daily Wire’s Matt Walsh among them as he reacted, “Ms. Rachel is an extremely popular YouTuber who makes content for babies and toddlers. She just posted a video celebrating Pride Month. This is a message to conservative parents. She doesn’t want your business. You should respond accordingly.”

Likewise, Libs of TikTok tacked on while others reacted, “Doing my part to spread awareness so parents know what Ms. Rachel stands for! She says she doesn’t want your business if you don’t subscribe to the child m*tiLat*on cult. Pass it on!”

Of course, while promoted as little more than a viral sensation by corporate media, Ms. Rachel’s pronoun-filled website details the heavy connections to Broadway with thanks to her husband, Aron Accurso, the Associate Musical Director for the stage production of “Aladdin.” The program has also featured a singer-songwriter self-identified as “non-binary.”

Further, the content creator who was recently honored by her alma mater New York University with the Dorothy Height Distinguished Alumni Award while fundraising for families in Gaza, had also expressed her interest in getting the transgenderism-peddling Dylan Mulvaney as a guest on her show.

“Sometime when you’re in NYC you should be on our show, Songs for Littles! We love you & your singing!” she commented on social media.

In a statement to Fox News Digital, Griffin-Accurso expressed, “I would say — Everyone belongs and everyone is welcome, which includes conservative parents and their families. We treat everyone with empathy and respect.”

“I think it’s important to find common ground, and we all want what’s best for our little ones. For more context, I had received some emails from people saying they couldn’t watch anymore due to my support of the LGBTQ+ community,” she continued. “I responded to that with love and God bless which was genuine. I am a Christian and in the Bible it says the greatest commandments are to love God and love your neighbor. I love all of my neighbors and that excludes no one.”

Meanwhile, as the rainbow genuflection kicked off anew, conservatives pushed back with their own celebrations of Family Month or Life Month, with the latter reflecting on the anniversary of the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

Kevin Haggerty


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