Watch This: Céline Dion Gets “Arrested” in Campaign For Gender Neutral Clothing Line

(Photo Credits: Screengrab from Célinununu Official YouTube)

A video of French-Canadian singer Céline Dion where she is seen getting wrestled to the ground and getting handcuffed by security is making the rounds on social media. She can be heard saying, “It’s okay, it’s okay…. I’m Céline Dion.” To which the female security replied, “Yeah girl, and I’m Beyoncé.”

It was hilarious, and yes, Céline is okay. The video is actually an ad for her newly-launched gender-neutral Célinununu children’s clothing line.

What is Célinununu? 

Well, it’s a fashion company built by Céline Dion together with fashion designers Iris Adler and Tali Milchberg. According to its website, Célinununu “unites two forces by one voice: fashion has the power to shape people’s minds. Inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through clothes.” 

Essentially, Célinununu hopes to break the norm through fashion by encouraging people to make choices beyond stereotypes or any norm. Célinununu believes that through fashion there is “equality and freedom of spirit,” that it can serve as a “platform for a new humanistic education.” 

But why the emphasis on education?

It’s because bringing educational experience through fashion “builds concepts deep within our minds and changes thought patterns. It can create equality, and grow the emotional intelligence that drives the practice of responsibility, freedom, and flexibility of thought.” The website explained in detail, “This is the education that fashion can instill, based on the concept of equality and respect for mankind.” 

Netizens who have reacted to the ad campaign so far described it as “funny” and “incredible.” There was a chorus calling for Céline to act and star in a movie as well while others were asking when her new album is going to be released. Take a look at the ad below and let us know if you would buy this line for your kids below.

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  1. TK

    You know, as insane as this “gender neutral” movement is, I can’t really blame celebrities for trying to cash in on it. So many people love to virtue signal with their ‘coexist’ bumper stickers and their ‘BLM’ tees. And going after children makes sense as the ‘adults’ themselves probably won’t put their money where their mouths are, but they’ll certainly dress their kids up to show off how ‘woke’ they are to all the evil cishet parents.

    Also, two quick takeaways from the Celinununu website:
    1) “CELINUNUNU liberates children from the traditional roles of boy/girl” follows a previous line of ” Together, these fierce female forces have created a new children’s clothing brand”.

    Interesting how ‘traditional gender roles’ are just so restrictive and oppressive, unless of course we’re talking about ‘fierce female forces’. Then, of course, gender is the sole determinant of merit.

    2) “People, and for that matter – little humans, express themselves through clothes. We would like to enable them to be who they are, so that their choices are driven by their own true essence and free spirit, beyond stereotypes or any norm”.

    Stop calling kids ‘little humans’. They are children, not miniature adults. They’re not decision making individuals who need to express themselves as gender neutral future-SJWs. Boys and girls are different, lying to them won’t change that fact.

    • Dave

      I don’t think Celine needs money to “cash on it” like you say. Her fortune is evaluated at over $1B. In an interview that will air on CNN, she will explain what it is all about : she went to DisneyLand with her twins recently and they were focussing on Princesses and Pink stuff etc and she thought it was amazing that her boys like that and who is she to tell them what to like or not. Watch the Youtube video again and listen to what she says in the first’ll understand after.

  2. James Edwards

    nothing new….they dress kids in green and browns now a days..and boys and girls wear jeans and t-shirts…what about the 99% that want their sexual identity as when they were born? just add these cloths to the main stream….not replace the mainstream….like sands on a beach there is enough for all kinds of clothing….even nudity…..

  3. Hunter0500

    A few decades ago, it became socially acceptable for girls to wear the sweat shirts, hoodies, t-shirts, etc. that for many years were worn by boys. That’s pretty much the style Celine is offering. All well and good.

    And suddenly this ancient style is “gender neutral” ??

    When Target, Kohls, JC Penny, Macy et al start selling skirts for men, ok THEN we’ll be “gender neutral” when it comes to clothes. But the industry will probably have to rename the skirts “open bottom pants’, or “breezy bottoms”, or some such to make it all trendy, hip, and cool.

    • Dave

      lol, I dont think that she needs luck…
      And I dont think it is a business move but more a PR move to show her support and her opinion about something important.

    • Dave

      I don’t think it’s to make more money. More because she has a lot of “power” and visibility and wanted to do that as a PR move and for something that she has dear to her heart. Celine doesn’t need money at all and she specified her intentions in a CNN interview, check it out on youtube.

  4. anonimatovato

    Am I the only one freaked out on how Celine is losing a lot of weight, possibly an eating disorder? I hope that’s not the case but she’s looking overly thin and frail! Not a healthy look at all!

  5. Eric

    I don’t have any issues with children wearing any color they like, but why do all the clothes have to be a depressing black and white, just plain ugly, and why do they have to be adorned with skulls and demonic imagery. Do you have to wear skulls and 666 tees and other demonic things as a baby to be edgy and cool and gender neutral? I think not.

    These children are not choosing what they wear, Celine Dion is trying to force questionable clothing choices on children in the name of gender neutrality.

    Dave, I’m waiting for your response.

    • Dave

      I don’t really have a response… because I dont think you looked at the collection.
      There’s no 666 tee or demonic things…
      There is a + on a sweater, skulls too, which is not demonic to me I have McQueen wallet with a skull, McQueen skull key ring, and McQueen skull cashmere sweater.

      • Eric

        Dave, I looked at the entire collection and also checked the collection of the parent company nununu (nununworld dot com) which produces the entire range and which Celine Dion just puts her name on.

        I’m not impressed. All the children look miserable and the clothes all clearly employ satanic imagery, whether you believe in such a thing or not. I expected better from her as long fan of her music.

        I would take a girl wearing pink or blue or purple over skulls and 666 tees. Call me old fashioned or boring. This line is not about gender neutrality. It’s about promoting a dark agenda.

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