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Celine Dion Launches Creepy Gender-Neutral Clothing Line for Children

“Our children — they are not really our children,” declares famous singer Celine Dion (known for such hits as “My Heart Will Go On” and the “Power of Love”) in a video advertisement for her gender-neutral clothing line, CELINUNUNU, targeting young children. It’s a shocking and creepy thing to watch.

This ad features Dion entering the maternity ward of a hospital surrounded by newborn babies, boys on one side, girls on the other. The boys’ side features a male figure symbol on the wall behind it, the girls’ side, a female figure symbol. The babies are also adorned in blue or pink baby clothes, based on their gender. This is unacceptable to the Canadian pop singer. So she (if I can call her “she” — I’d hate to assume her gender) reaches into her bag, pulls out some black glitter, and blows it into the air. This magically removes all symbols and colors denoting gender from the room. The male and female figure symbols are now gone, and all the babies are wearing bland black and white clothing. Celine stands there, admiring the dark magic she’s performed. But, just when you expect Lord Voldemort to appear behind her to congratulate her, hospital security arrives instead. Dion attempts to flee, She is eventually captured, wondering what she did wrong and why security was called on her… she is, after all, Celine Dion.

Satirical novelist Deplora Boule (her nom de plume), who is known for poking fun at the absurdity of radical gender ideology, spoke with PJ Media about Celine Dion’s new gender-neutral clothing line. “Celine may have a charming voice, but she gives away the game in this ad. She tells you straight up that your children aren’t yours, blows Marxist fairy dust on a nursery full of babies, and demonstrates how to begin indoctrination in infancy,” she says. “And what a sad, unromantic world her ilk will create. It’s no coincidence that, in the ad, Dion’s Maoist witchcraft drains all the color from the room, leaving a drab, depressing future.”

The Orwellian vibe of this ad is hard to ignore. Dion has presented herself as a hero, liberating newborns from societal norms after declaring that children don’t belong to parents, but are “links in a never-ending chain that is life.” Whatever that means. “We may thrust them forward into the future,” she continues, “but the course will always be theirs to choose.” See what she did there? Dion clearly thinks the traditional and biological understanding of gender is some form of enslavement, and she sees herself as the new Moses, delivering children from the bondage of gender roles and expectations.

This is not conjecture. Nununu, the “trendy boutique” clothing brand that launched Dion’s gender-neutral line, says it “liberates children from the traditional roles of boy/girl, and enables younger people to grow on values of equality with the freedom to strengthen their own power of personality based on mutual respect.” All this at the price of $46 for a single onesie, which ironically looks like a prison uniform. I couldn’t come up with something more absurd if I tried. Somehow, Nununu manages to keep the drivel going. “The brand flows on the axis between the values of education and empowering dialog.” I just threw up in my mouth.