Are You Ready for Mr. Loopy's Transgender Bathroom Song for Kiddies?

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-Wis.), with House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady (R-Texas), unveils the GOP's tax reform plan on Capitol Hill on Nov. 2, 2017. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

I want to apologize in advance for posting what you are about to see because it’s probably going to ruin the rest of your day.  There is virtually nothing about this “diddy about doody” that isn’t mortifying and cringeworthy, but I’m afraid it is newsworthy.

“Diddy about doody” you say?

Yes. Jon Lewis aka “Mr. Loops” (rhymes with — guess what?) is a New York-based children’s “entertainer” who wants to teach children about transgender bathrooms through song. He is, to put it bluntly, a potty propagandist.

Via Newsbusters:

In a new, catchy music video, Mr. Loops, his wife and animal puppets dance in front of bathroom stalls, teaching kids that “pee is pee, poo is poo, me is me and you is you.” According to LGBTQ Nation contributor Jeff Taylor, the song “explains bathrooms and bigots in the best possible way.”

“No matter your gender, we gotta remember, it all comes out the same in the end. Everyone needs a place, to go where they feel safe,” croons Mr. Loops, his wife smiling by his side. “We gotta respect each other.”

“We gotta respect each other” … unless you object to letting grown men use the same restroom as your little girl — then shut up, you hateful bigot.

Be forewarned: Within ten seconds of this creepy crapfest, you are going to think you accidentally ingested a bad batch of hallucinogenic mushrooms.

Again, I am just so, so sorry: