​Céline Dion's Gender-Neutral Clothing Line for Kids Accused of Being "Demonic"

​Céline Dion's Gender-Neutral Clothing Line for Kids Accused of Being "Demonic"
Céline Dion recently unveiled her gender-neutral children's clothing line CELINUNUNU with a super bizarre ad, but some people are upset by more than just a cheesy commercial. A fervently religious backlash is accusing the Canadian singer of promoting "demonic" values.
 
The clip sees Dion sprinkling black glitter all over the newborn unit at a hospital, transforming babies into well-dressed children — that are apparently sporting satanic symbols.
 
The babies' regular pink and blue outfits are replaced by black-and-white onesies featuring stars (apparently considered to be an inversed pentagram representing the horns of the goat) and the words "new order" (interpreted by some to reference the New World Order).
 
As the Catholic Register pointed out in a recent column, Dion's collaborators at nununu feature other Satanic symbols in its regular lines, like a pair of sweatpants with the number "3" on one knee and "6" on the other (equating it to three sixes or "the number of the beast").
 
Naturally, the publication contacted an exorcist to weigh in on the new clothing, and John Esseff's response was: "I'm convinced that the way this gender thing has spread is demonic. It's false. I don't even know how many genders there's supposed to be now, but there are only two that God made."
 
But his evangelical response to a freaking kids' clothing line didn't stop there.
 
"The devil is going after children by confusing gender," he added. "When a child is born, what is the first things we say about that child? It's a boy, or it's a girl. That is the most natural thing in the world to say. But to say that there is no difference is satanic."
 
Esseff continued, "The devil is a liar and there are huge lies being told. This is being done for money, and there is divisiveness that comes from this — marks of the devil."
 
Decide for yourself if Dion's latest project is a display of demonic worship — or just a range of adorable onesies that don't perpetuate harmful gender stereotypes — by watching the commercial below.