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Cartoon Network, a children’s TV network available to some 85 million U.S. households, promoted radical gender ideology in a social media post this week, encouraging children to focus on “normalizing” and “respecting” preferred gender pronouns and asserting that that are “many genders beyond ‘girl’ or ‘boy.'”

“Here’s to not only normalizing gender pronouns, but respecting them, too. Whether you use he/she/them or something else, we acknowledge and LOVE you!” the TV network wrote to its nearly 936,000 Twitter followers, providing a series of comic strips to further explain the leftist talking points.

One of the comic strips instructed children to refrain from assuming that they know an individual’s gender by judging his or her appearance. The comic strip also told its viewers and followers that there are “many gender identities beyond ‘girl’ or ‘boy.'”

Here's to not only normalizing gender pronouns, but respecting them, too 💖 Whether you use he/she/them or something else, we acknowledge and LOVE you! Toolkit 👉

🎨: Steeeeevn/

— Cartoon Network (@cartoonnetwork) December 14, 2020

“Some people don’t identify as any gender!” the network exclaimed, with one of the comic characters using “ze/zir” as an example of various gender pronouns.

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Cartoon Network Latin America Programs

Another comic showed two characters telling a girl who “thought there was only” two gender identities that their pronouns were “they/them.”

“I’m Alex! Mine are they/them too! I feel seen,” one of the characters said.

“Using someone’s pronouns shows respect. We all need to be seen and loved for who we are,” the final comic strip concluded.

Cartoon Network also provided a link to a toolkit compiled by the National Black Justice Coalition titled “Words Matter.” Creators of the toolkit said that it was designed specifically to “demand an end to the violence against Black women and girls.”

“The first way to protect, uplift, and empower Black women and girls is to deconstruct and unpack the way violent and oppressive language is used against Black women and girls. The time is now to create a world in which Black women and girls can live full, healthy, and happy lives,” the toolkit read, urging readers to include “all Black cisgender, transgender, women and girls” when referring to “women and girls.”

The guide also provided a series of words and phrases that should be off-limits. These phrases include “biological sex,” “female(s),” “gender dysphoria,” “lifestyle,” “sexual preference,” and “sexual reassignment surgery.”

President-elect Joe Biden is among politicians who hope to advance radical gender ideology, planning to “grant transgender children access to sports, bathrooms, and locker rooms in federally-funded schools according to their gender identity,” as Breitbart News reported.

An October Spry Strategies survey revealed that a majority of likely voters disapprove of policies related to “gender identity.”

And just like that, she spoke 🇺🇸🎉 Congratulations Vice President-Elect @KamalaHarris on your historic win! Kamala is the first woman, first African-American, and first South Asian-American to serve as the VP of the United States!

— Cartoon Network (@cartoonnetwork) November 8, 2020

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The Cartoon Network has veered increasingly into politics of late. Last month, Cartoon Network heaped praised on and promoted failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams and Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), giving them both their own PowerpuffGirl characters.

Stacey Abrams can add 'shero' to her long list of accomplishments: political leader, lawyer, activist, author, and entrepreneur 👏🏾🖤💙💖💚 Thank you for upholding and protecting our rights to

— Cartoon Network (@cartoonnetwork) November 11, 2020

Cartoon Network
LaunchedApril 30, 1993; 27 years ago
Owned byTurner Broadcasting System Latin America (Time Warner)
Picture format576i (SDTV) (16:9)
1080i (HDTV) (16:9)
Slogan'Cartoon Network Reloaded'
(Cartoon Network Renovado / Turbinado)
CountryLatin America and the Caribbean
English (available in SAP with translated continuity)
Broadcast areaLatin America and The Caribbean
HeadquartersMarietta st NW, CNN Center, Atlanta, USA
Local headquarters:
Jamaica (English and Spanish)
Sister channel(s)Boomerang
Dish Network Mexicochannel 307 (Mexican feed)
SKY Méxicochannel 315 (Mexican feed)
DirecTV Caribbean Trinidad and Tobagochannel 304 (north feed)
MovistarTV Colombiachannel 301 (latin feed)
Cablemaschannel 24 (mexican feed)
Flow Trinidadchannel 37 (north feed)

Cartoon Network (Spanish: Cartoon Network Latinoamérica) is a satellite and cable televisionchannel distributed by the Time Warner for the Latin American audience and the Caribbean. It's the Latin American version of original Cartoon Network television channel in the United States. It's divided into five feeds, all originating from its central headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Four are in Spanish (Mexico, Argentina, Chile/Peru, Colombia/Venezuela, which each one of them has its official time).

It primarily airs cartoons and animated programming, marketed towards children and teens. Operated in Argentina by Turner Broadcasting System Latin America, it began broadcasting on April 30, 1993 as the first children-oriented cable channel available in the region. Argentina and Mexico had previously launched children's cable channels (The Big Channel and Cablín in Argentina and ZAZ in Mexico, all of which are now defunct), but they were only available in their respective countries.

  • 2Services
  • 3Feed structure


The channel primarily airs shows and animated series, both original to Cartoon Network and others which have been acquired from outside networks. 10 of the 15 most popular shows amongst children aged 6 to 10 years old were broadcast by Cartoon Network Latin America, including The Powerpuff Girls, Dexter's Laboratory, Cow and Chicken, Johnny Bravo, I Am Weasel, among others. Older franchises like Scooby-Doo, Tom & Jerry, and Looney Tunes were also broadcast, as well as popular global franchises like Pokémon and original series such as the Ben 10 franchise and Adventure Time. Cartoon Network Latin America has also aired original productions and live-action series such as La CQ (first original Mexican live-action series). How to use social selling to drive ecommerce. Recently, the channel acquired Digimon Fusion and Power Rangers Megaforce in a partnership with Saban Brands and both series have premiered in the channel in May 2014.[1][2]


Since 2007, the channel has offered different services.

Cartoon Network Mobile

Cartoon Network Mobile is a paid service for mobile phones, offering videos, wallpapers, games, screensavers, speech tones, ringtones, among other products.

Feed structure

Cartoon Network Latin America Programs

All five feeds are generated by central headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia.

  • Mexico and Spanish-speaking USA feed
  • Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay feed
  • Colombia, Venezuela, Central America feed. Offices are located in Colombia and Venezuela.
  • Chile, Ecuador, Peru and Bolivia feed. Offices are located in Chile.

Mexican feed

Cartoon Network Mexico is a feed derived from the channel available only in Mexico. This feed has the same programming that is being broadcast in all Latin America, but has a different schedule and shows distribution. It is currently the #1 pay-TV kids' channel.[citation needed]

The Mexican feed has held localized events such as 'Copa Toon' (soccer kids cup), 'Carrera Cartoon', and the channel's 20th Anniversary Special broadcast in Mexico and the entire South American region, which was held in Mexico City. Its HD simulcast was launched in November 2014;[3] it is only available on Axtel HD package.

Argentinian feed

The channel is among the most watched cable channels in Argentina and marketing level signals have increased since its launch.[citation needed]

Cartoon Network Latin America Schedule

Cartoon Network took part in the animation of the film Patoruzito and its sequel Patoruzito 2. Both were co-produced with Red lojo Telefe productions, along with the production of the mini-series Patoruzito. In 2006, Cartoon Network launched a content bonus card, together with a multimedia web service called Monthly Cartoon, which sponsored a competition to work at Cartoon Network Studios as well as scholarships at universities for the arts. In Alto Palermo, there is a Toon Cup held once every 4 years. Its HD simulcast started broadcasting on 20 August 2014.[4]

Programming blocks

  • Héroes: A block consisting of shows focused on heroes, including Pokémon, Transformers: Robots in Disguise, and Sonic Boom. It airs on weekdays at 4:00pm.
  • JA JA JA: A block that airs some of the channel's funniest shows, including Adventure Time, Regular Show, Steven Universe, Clarence, Teen Titans Go! and Uncle Grandpa. It airs on weekdays at 5:00pm.
  • Votatoon: A real-time competition in which the viewers vote for what they want to watch. The viewers can vote through an SMS or through the website. Airs every Saturday at 6:00pm.
  • Girl Power: An action block, with a focus on female heroes, replacing Animaction in 2011. Airs every Sunday morning.
  • Cartoon Movement
  • Cartoon Pop: A block that airs Cartoon Network's classics, such as Johnny Bravo and The Powerpuff Girls. It airs every day at 4:00am. Formerly called 'Cartoon Cartoons' until 2008.
  • Cine Cartoon: A block that airs full-length movies, both animated and live action. Airs every day at no especified time, with new movies premiering every Friday.
  • Boomerang Club: Airs some shows present on their sister channel, Boomerang, like LazyTown, Wabbit, and Get Cool, Scooby Doo!. Airs on weekday mornings, and Saturdays at 3:00pm.
  • Ben 10 Zone: A half-hour block that airs an episode of Ben 10 Omniverse. Airs on weekdays at 1:30pm.
  • Cartoon Network +: A small segment that shows some shorts, as well as clips from several other shows, like MAD. It airs before commercials.


  • Cartoon Network Latin America original logo, used from April 30, 1993 to December 31, 2004 (Still in use as patent).

  • Cartoon Network Latin America second logo, used from January 1, 2005 to August 5, 2010; and from January 1, 2011 to December 31, 2011.

  • Cartoon Network Latin America third logo, used from August 6, 2010 to December 31, 2010.

  • Cartoon Network Latin America fourth and current logo, used since January 1, 2012.

  • Cartoon Network Latin America fourth and current logo variation, it's also a variation for the original logo, used since September 3, 2012, only in some bumpers

  • Cartoon Network Latin America 20th Anniversary special logo, Used with effect from April 1 to 30 2013, and from September 1 to 30 2013.

See also


  1. 'Digimon Fusion llega a Cartoon Network Latinoamérica en Mayo 2014'.<templatestyles src='Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css'></templatestyles>
  2. 'Power Rangers: Megaforce llega a Cartoon Network Latinoamérica en Mayo 2014'.<templatestyles src='Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css'></templatestyles>

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