Where Do We Go From Here?
We're approaching the end of June, officially known as Pride Month.
I, for one, am thankful it's nearly over.
Everything we see is wrapped in rainbow flags. Practically every consumer brand has adopted special rainbow labeling. A search for "Pride" on Google causes confetti cannons to explode and rainbow flags to parade across your screen. Libraries hand out Pride coloring pages. Professional sports teams celebrate Pride with special logos and jerseys. It's relentless.
But what exactly is being celebrated in Pride Month? According to an article posted on American University's website, "Pride month started as a riot against police brutality at a small dive bar in New York City called the Stonewall Inn. At the time there existed outdated 'masquerade' or 'cross-dressing' laws that suggested a 'man' or a 'woman' must be wearing a certain number of clothing items that matched the gender on their state-issued ID. The police took advantage of these laws to raid drinking establishments and arrest transgender and gender non-conforming individuals. Just after midnight on June 28, 1969, the police raided the Stonewall Inn like they had many times before. Only, this time, something unusual happened--Stonewall patrons fought back."
Okay, we get it. In 2023, I think that most of us have accepted the fact that people can love who they love and have a right to be equal on all levels, with no exception.
Yet, while Pride gets an entire month, we take only ONE DAY to celebrate:
Our Founding Fathers - February 22nd
Our service men and women who died fighting for our country - Memorial Day
Our flag - Flag Day, June 14th
Our country's birthday - July 4th
Our veterans - November 11th
And despite all the rainbow flags and glitter, I have to say that what I've seen this past month is appalling.
It makes me question how we got here--and, more importantly, where we go from here.
Here's what I mean by appalling:
This is a picture of fully-naked men showing their genitals to children at a Pride parade in Seattle. Joe Biden told us that these are "some of the bravest and most inspiring people” he has ever known. Do you agree?
This video shows a man in underwear twerking in front of children in a Minneapolis Pride parade:
Here are nudists posing in front of children at a Pride event in Toronto:
Anyone who speaks out about this perversion is quickly accused of "being afraid" and called a "hateful bigot."
Let me just say that nobody is "afraid" of gay and trans-people. What needs to be said, however, is that this display has absolutely nothing to do with freedom and love.
The vast majority of America, and parents in particular (except those who think it's okay to take their children to these events), are exhausted by this obnoxious, self-absorbed, entitled, narcissistic, angry, rainbow-religion being forced on us every day of this month.
Of course, the LBGTQ+ community is quick to tell parents that, "We're not coming for your kids." Well, here's a Pride event in New York City that shows us the exact opposite. Listen to the chant: "We're here. We're queer. We're coming for your children."
And here's the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus in a music video telling us how they're going to convert our kids. Lyrics to the song include:
You think we’re sinful. You fight against our rights. You say we all lead lives you can’t respect. But you’re just frightened. You think that we’ll corrupt your kids if our agenda goes unchecked. It’s funny. Just this once, you’re correct. …
We’ll convert your children. Happens bit by bit. Quietly and subtly, and you will barely notice it. You can keep him from disco, warn about San Francisco. Make him wear pleated pants. We don’t care. We’ll convert your children. We’ll make them tolerant and fair.
As a parent, if someone tells me they are coming after my kids, I take them at their word.
It's time for the world to stop revolving around the Pride cult. It's an agenda that is designed to confuse, indoctrinate, and sexualize children. It's an agenda whose mission is to destroy families. It's an agenda designed to divide and conquer. It's perverse.
The LGBTQ+ community professes that our traditional, family-oriented, conservative values are "outdated," and all this is progress. I'd like to know what we are progressing to. If "kid-friendly" drag shows and kink-fetish parades are accepted as the new normal, then where do we go from here?
I think we all know.
And that's why we have to stop it.
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