The Gay Pride Month Thread

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Hummingbird
JakeHighwell said:
Demonic possession

If by demon, you mean daemon, djinn, genie or earth-bound spirit then I agree with you. They are not fallen angels or the poorly translated KJV "devil". Fallen angels would look upon the city of Sodom with disgust but take sadistic glee in people created in the image of God rejecting the natural order.

The earth-borne spirits are just disembodied spirits, which need a physical host to satisfy an itch they cannot scratch themselves.
 
I need to do a thread at some point on how Advertisers are basically acting as cultural gates in what they allow their partners to do or not to do, and how this ties into the overall agenda.
 

Gimlet

Kingfisher
BlastbeatCasanova said:
Saw a beautiful double rainbow yesterday and the words “gay pride” popped into my head automatically. One of the greatest crimes of the modern propagandists is stealing away this miracle of nature and making it a symbol of homosexuality

A real rainbow, that you see in the sky, has 7 colors. Seven is the number of spiritual perfection. It is the number of God, found throughout the bible.

The gay rainbow has only 6 colors, a cheap imitation which is meant to fool people who don't look too closely. The number 6 symbolizes human weakness. It is the number of man.

Compare the two rainbows side by side, and always consider the word "Pride" is always coupled with the false rainbow. Pride has always been something to overcome, not something put on a banner in order to march down the street.

Once I looked at it like this, a natural, real rainbow looked even more beautiful when it appears in the sky.
 

Dusty

Peacock
Gold Member
This dude in Modesto California wants to have a straight pride parade. People are outraged. A councilwoman there says discussing western civilization is a hate crime.

MODESTO (CBS13) — The city of Modesto is considering awarding a permit for a straight pride march in a local park and residents have mixed reviews on the idea.

A flyer circulating on social media posted by the National Straight Pride Coalition says Stanislaus County will host the event August 24th in Modesto’s Graceada Park. The city is reviewing the application and said phones are ringing off the hook.

“We’ve been getting letters, emails, comments, and phone calls all day about it,” said Kristi Ah You, council member for District 3.

Ah You said if it was up to her, this permit wouldn’t be considered because the message behind the event constitutes hate speech and sets us back 25 years.

“I don’t think we need to give a permit for anything that when you go to the page it talks about whiteness, it talks about western civilization, it talks about being Caucasian. That’s all hate crime stuff to me, that’s not okay,” said Ah You.

The man behind the event is Don Grundmann of the National Straight Pride Coalition. He says the parade is his group’s cultural answer to their opponents. When asked what that means Grundmann responded, “anyone that supports the LGBTQ lifestyle.”

“Essentially it boils down to two religious views of the world,” Grundmann said. “One is Christianity, which is represented by heterosexuality, a culture of life, and its opponent is the LGBT movement, which is represented by an opposing religion and an opposing view of life.”

The flyer with a pink border says, “Join us to celebrate heterosexuality, masculinity, feminity, babies – born and unborn – western civilization, our wonderful country, Christianity — Celebrate Life!”

:agree2:

CBS13 approached people in Graceada Park where the event is supposed to be held.

“I think it’s ridiculous,” one man said.

Another woman responded, “If I’m here I’ll be there.”

After giving it some thought another woman said, “We have to have a voice and at some point don’t some people feel that way?”

Views were certainly mixed, but some may consider Grundmann’s views extreme. When told that some in the LGBTQ community consider themselves to be Christian he responded, “There is no such thing as an LGBT Christian who stays LGBT.”

A straight pride parade in Boston was also met by controversy this year. The group calling itself “Super Happy Fun America” wanted to host events in that city.

“We want people to be aware that there is not only one side of things. There’s a lot of people that are uncomfortable with a lot of things that are going on in our country and they’re afraid to speak up,” said organizer John Hugo.

Councilmember Ah You is all for free speech and first amendment rights but says the permit being considered by the city crosses the line and hopes the flyer doesn’t generate attention.

“I think if we ignored it and let the people do whatever they’re going to do, I think maybe four or five people would show up,” Ah You said.

Grundmann says he would like to see straight pride marches take place across the country and says he already has a core group of supporters in Modesto ready and willing to take part if his group is awarded a permit to hold the event in late August.
 
Would it be fair to say that the majority of people who go to these pride things are fag hags and soy boys? Whenever I see footage, I can't believe there are that many gays, unless they ship them in from all over the place.
 

Gimlet

Kingfisher
Dusty said:
This dude in Modesto California wants to have a straight pride parade. People are outraged. A councilwoman there says discussing western civilization is a hate crime.

MODESTO (CBS13) — The city of Modesto is considering awarding a permit for a straight pride march in a local park and residents have mixed reviews on the idea.

A flyer circulating on social media posted by the National Straight Pride Coalition says Stanislaus County will host the event August 24th in Modesto’s Graceada Park. The city is reviewing the application and said phones are ringing off the hook.

“We’ve been getting letters, emails, comments, and phone calls all day about it,” said Kristi Ah You, council member for District 3.

Ah You said if it was up to her, this permit wouldn’t be considered because the message behind the event constitutes hate speech and sets us back 25 years.

“I don’t think we need to give a permit for anything that when you go to the page it talks about whiteness, it talks about western civilization, it talks about being Caucasian. That’s all hate crime stuff to me, that’s not okay,” said Ah You.

The man behind the event is Don Grundmann of the National Straight Pride Coalition. He says the parade is his group’s cultural answer to their opponents. When asked what that means Grundmann responded, “anyone that supports the LGBTQ lifestyle.”

“Essentially it boils down to two religious views of the world,” Grundmann said. “One is Christianity, which is represented by heterosexuality, a culture of life, and its opponent is the LGBT movement, which is represented by an opposing religion and an opposing view of life.”

The flyer with a pink border says, “Join us to celebrate heterosexuality, masculinity, feminity, babies – born and unborn – western civilization, our wonderful country, Christianity — Celebrate Life!”

:agree2:

CBS13 approached people in Graceada Park where the event is supposed to be held.

“I think it’s ridiculous,” one man said.

Another woman responded, “If I’m here I’ll be there.”

After giving it some thought another woman said, “We have to have a voice and at some point don’t some people feel that way?”

Views were certainly mixed, but some may consider Grundmann’s views extreme. When told that some in the LGBTQ community consider themselves to be Christian he responded, “There is no such thing as an LGBT Christian who stays LGBT.”

A straight pride parade in Boston was also met by controversy this year. The group calling itself “Super Happy Fun America” wanted to host events in that city.

“We want people to be aware that there is not only one side of things. There’s a lot of people that are uncomfortable with a lot of things that are going on in our country and they’re afraid to speak up,” said organizer John Hugo.

Councilmember Ah You is all for free speech and first amendment rights but says the permit being considered by the city crosses the line and hopes the flyer doesn’t generate attention.

“I think if we ignored it and let the people do whatever they’re going to do, I think maybe four or five people would show up,” Ah You said.

Grundmann says he would like to see straight pride marches take place across the country and says he already has a core group of supporters in Modesto ready and willing to take part if his group is awarded a permit to hold the event in late August.

Big mistake calling it "Straight" Pride. Straight is a derisive terms made up by homosexuals as a counterpoint to Gay. Gay sounds fun, Straight sounds like a stick in the mud. The parade should be called Heterosexual Pride. People cringe when you say "homosexual" which is why saying heterosexual is important. Then it easily follows to saying homosexual. Point and counterpoint.
 

RIslander

Hummingbird
^^^While walking down a street holding hands in Provincetown, MA with my girlfriend at the time a bunch of gays in varying levels of undress yelled "BREEDERS!" at us. We thought it was hilarious but it was obviously meant to be an insult.

Fuck faggots.
 

Yatagan

Pelican
Gold Member
BlastbeatCasanova said:
Saw a beautiful double rainbow yesterday and the words “gay pride” popped into my head automatically. One of the greatest crimes of the modern propagandists is stealing away this miracle of nature and making it a symbol of homosexuality

"Gay" also used to mean 'happy" (as one can hear in the Flintstones theme song).
 

911

Peacock
Gold Member
Gimlet said:
Dusty said:
This dude in Modesto California wants to have a straight pride parade. People are outraged. A councilwoman there says discussing western civilization is a hate crime.

MODESTO (CBS13) — The city of Modesto is considering awarding a permit for a straight pride march in a local park and residents have mixed reviews on the idea.

A flyer circulating on social media posted by the National Straight Pride Coalition says Stanislaus County will host the event August 24th in Modesto’s Graceada Park. The city is reviewing the application and said phones are ringing off the hook.

“We’ve been getting letters, emails, comments, and phone calls all day about it,” said Kristi Ah You, council member for District 3.

Ah You said if it was up to her, this permit wouldn’t be considered because the message behind the event constitutes hate speech and sets us back 25 years.

“I don’t think we need to give a permit for anything that when you go to the page it talks about whiteness, it talks about western civilization, it talks about being Caucasian. That’s all hate crime stuff to me, that’s not okay,” said Ah You.

The man behind the event is Don Grundmann of the National Straight Pride Coalition. He says the parade is his group’s cultural answer to their opponents. When asked what that means Grundmann responded, “anyone that supports the LGBTQ lifestyle.”

“Essentially it boils down to two religious views of the world,” Grundmann said. “One is Christianity, which is represented by heterosexuality, a culture of life, and its opponent is the LGBT movement, which is represented by an opposing religion and an opposing view of life.”

The flyer with a pink border says, “Join us to celebrate heterosexuality, masculinity, feminity, babies – born and unborn – western civilization, our wonderful country, Christianity — Celebrate Life!”

:agree2:

CBS13 approached people in Graceada Park where the event is supposed to be held.

“I think it’s ridiculous,” one man said.

Another woman responded, “If I’m here I’ll be there.”

After giving it some thought another woman said, “We have to have a voice and at some point don’t some people feel that way?”

Views were certainly mixed, but some may consider Grundmann’s views extreme. When told that some in the LGBTQ community consider themselves to be Christian he responded, “There is no such thing as an LGBT Christian who stays LGBT.”

A straight pride parade in Boston was also met by controversy this year. The group calling itself “Super Happy Fun America” wanted to host events in that city.

“We want people to be aware that there is not only one side of things. There’s a lot of people that are uncomfortable with a lot of things that are going on in our country and they’re afraid to speak up,” said organizer John Hugo.

Councilmember Ah You is all for free speech and first amendment rights but says the permit being considered by the city crosses the line and hopes the flyer doesn’t generate attention.

“I think if we ignored it and let the people do whatever they’re going to do, I think maybe four or five people would show up,” Ah You said.

Grundmann says he would like to see straight pride marches take place across the country and says he already has a core group of supporters in Modesto ready and willing to take part if his group is awarded a permit to hold the event in late August.

Big mistake calling it "Straight" Pride. Straight is a derisive terms made up by homosexuals as a counterpoint to Gay. Gay sounds fun, Straight sounds like a stick in the mud. The parade should be called Heterosexual Pride. People cringe when you say "homosexual" which is why saying heterosexual is important. Then it easily follows to saying homosexual. Point and counterpoint.

"Heterosexual Pride" is even worse than "Straight Pride". "Heterosexual" puts us on the same level as "homosexual", when in fact the latter is an abnormal and deviant behavior that was condemned by nearly every human culture up to recent times.

"Family Pride" would be a better term, it implies normalcy, and the fact that homosexuals and family don't go together.

The problem with modern societies is not so much homosexuals, it is really that straight people are adopting homosexual lifestyles with the other sex, having serial transient sterile relationships, addicted to porn and/or hookup culture, a staple of gay lifestyle that has become mainstream.

If the 95% of straight people were building families and having kids, the social impact of queers would not matter much. That is why gay marriage, tranny library readings are dangerous, they target healthy families and a healthy upbringing of children.
 

Johnnyvee

Ostrich
These pride flags are driving me crazy this year. It seems worse than ever before where I`m at. In addition to the flags you have all the gay products, gay sodas, gay frozen yoghurt, gay toothpaste...you get the point.

Hadn`t seen this video by John Macarthur before, but worth a watch anyway!

 
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The Penitent Man

Kingfisher
These pride flags are driving me crazy this year. It seems worse than ever before where I`m at. In addition to the flags you have all the gay products, gay sodas, gay frozen yoghurt, gay toothpaste...you get the point.

Hadn`t seen this video by John Macarthur before, but worth a watch anyway!

I’ve been pleased not to see a any forced gay around my immediate vicinity. Of course, I don’t usually venture far. I saw some fat lesbians at the supermarket, and I thought I may have seen a set of suspiciously colored plastic cups in the seasonal aisle, but that’s it.

Edit: I withdraw the above. Just left said store and what do I see? A poor white dog with his legs bleached in rainbow stripes by the faggot owner.
 
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budoslavic

Eagle
Orthodox
Gold Member
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Towgunner

Kingfisher
Here in hinghamland, there's some good news. Thanks for all the help to all those that called the public schools. The public schools notwithstanding, the overall number of homo flags on private homes is down. We still have pockets of these flags and I noticed they tend to be grouped together. The trouble is one homo flag in your hometown is one too many. I noticed too that its the same homes that keep flying these depraved symbols. Intel from the local Trump Store, said this was largely driven by overzealous teenage girls, who also went wild with BLM paraphernalia too. This is comforting in that it explains the phenomenon. Understand that my town went from practically no homo flags to a lot of homo flags starting in 2020. Up until that point, my town was regarded as pretty conservative. To see fewer homes flying this is encouraging.

I wonder what may be keeping some of the former homo flying homes from showing their "solidarity". Back in 2020 we saw the establishment of a local pro-homo group. And I think that made a lot of difference by compelling people to fly their flag. There really isn't a large lgtdP487*&hgd& population here. I would attribute much of the apparent enthusiasm for homo's to this group. That said, we know the kinds of people that get caught up in this. Two of them, Mary Hull Shanty and Alyssa Porter-DeCourcey spearheaded much of the pro-homo promotions. Note: both of these women are not gay. They also went to a private home during Halloween and complained to the owner about a lawn ornament they thought inspired lynching. It was just a trash bag tied together and had been a part of the Halloween ensemble for years. It makes me wonder if some of the residents got a taste of the fanaticism by these people and got freaked-out. They're very pushy.

Indeed, for the first part of June there were very few flags. What I think happened was the local pro-homo group sent out several messages encouraging people to show their support i.e. put up flags. Now that we're half way through June whatever is up is up by now. My point is there's a force here pushing this. Perhaps some of the soccer moms started to see how this is a strange cult. At any rate, seeing less of these around town is good, but, then again, seeing one is one too many.
 

Dusty

Peacock
Gold Member
the Wall Street Journal and NFL celebrating a homosexual player.


Im sure he’s a tight end who loves to get the sack. He wants to play for the Packers.
 

Gimlet

Kingfisher
the Wall Street Journal and NFL celebrating a homosexual player.


Im sure he’s a tight end who loves to get the sack. He wants to play for the Packers.

Never started a game in high school yet made it to Penn State. Started for the first time at Penn as a senior, yet made the NFL. Now the WSJ has proclaimed him to be an "icon". Anal pays.
 
I am studying Spanish and used to use https://www.spanishdict.com/ but a couple days ago to check a word and I saw the rainbow colors on their logo and switched to a somewhat inferior (but OK) website as a Spanish dictionary. I switch to companies that avoid the homosexual agenda when switching costs are low and good alternatives exist. I just want to look up some words, I don't want to be indoctrinated.

So many companies are really pushing the homosexual agenda hard. I finally decided to stop reading Yahoo news (which I should have done years ago) for the same purpose. I find it especially interesting that major sports are pushing homosexuality as well (as well as BLM) because one used to think of professional athletes as manly. What is really interesting is that many international companies don't show the rainbow colors for their Middle Eastern websites. If they truly believed in homosexual rights, why not try refuse to do business in nations where homosexuality is banned? This is a money grab pure and simple. If they gain more money by supporting homosexuality than being neutral, they will wave the rainbow flag proudly. If it costs them money, they will clam up. Boycott these companies because they only care about maximizing profits even if it leads to an even greater decline in immorality.
 
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