Celine Dion recently launched her own line of gender-neutral children's clothing. The bizarre commercial for the line is what first caught the attention of the Internet. In the ad, Celine Dion herself breaks into a maternity ward to rid the babies of the strict constraints of gender. She does so by sprinkling black glitter on the babies dressed in blue and pink. After she does, their outfits magically transform into black and white onesies featuring simple patterns like stars or the phrase "New Order." This is where a new critic took issue with the clothing.

In an article written for the National Catholic Register, priest and exorcist Monsignor John Esseff gives his thoughts on the clothing line. He concludes that the clothing is "definitely satanic." He believes the devil is attacking children by confusing them in regards to gender. Esseff says, "I don't even know how many genders there's supposed to be now, but there are only two that God made." The article states that "marks of the devil" are present in the clothing line through the money being made and the divisiveness that results from it.

What do you think? Is this exorcist going too far by saying the clothing line is satanic? Do you support Celine Dion's gender neutral clothing line? Let us know in the comments!

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