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Controversial Video Features TV Host Talking to Children About ‘Gay Pride’: ‘It’s the Celebration of Sexual Diversity’

Updated: June 13, 2018 at 12:46 am EST  See Comments

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A video recorded for “Pride Month” is raising concern as it features a Canadian television host talking to young children about “gay pride” and explaining to the boys and girls that she herself questioned her sexuality as a child in liking a female actress, who she watched nude in a film “several times.”

The video, which has been viewed over 2 million times over the past two weeks and shared by 25K, was posted by CBC Life, and features MTV, CTV and CW host Jessi Cruickshank.

“Happy pride everybody!” she exclaims to the children, waving a rainbow flag. “Who here knows what gay pride means?”

“It means where all the gay people, lesbian, transgender, bisexual people gather up and celebrate,” one little girl responds.

“That’s absolutely right. It’s a celebration of sexual diversity,” Cruickshank states, the room decorated with balloons that include rainbows and kid-friendly smilies.

She then tells the children that while she is not homosexual herself, she considers herself an ally.

“Are you gay allies?” Cruickshank asks.

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“Definitely,” one girl replies, and the others also answer in the affirmative.

Cruickshank next inquires of the children what it means to “come out of the closet.” One girl innocently responds that it is when people are playing hide and go seek, and one is discovered hiding in the closet, so they have to come out after being found.

The same girl, being asked if she thinks it would be

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