Boston ‘Gay Pride Week’ Reveals what the Media Doesn’t Tell You about the Homosexual Movement
Also: MassResistance protest at Gay Pride Parade draws anger & vitriol!
Most people only see the filtered version of “gayness” that the mainstream media presents, which portrays it as wholesome, joyous, and even healthy. But the public spectacle of a “Gay Pride Week” (June 6-14) in a major city like Boston reveals a great deal about the pathologies, addictions, perversions, and general dysfunction surrounding homosexual behavior that is generally kept hidden.
Make no mistake: “Gay Pride” is vastly different than the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day Parade, or the Puerto Rican Parade — or anything else you’ll see in the public streets. It’s not really about “fun” or even politics. It’s more like a display of pathological issues.
It was not full of public sex acts like the Folsom Street Fair in San Francisco or some events in New York. But the “collateral damage” of LGBT behavior was very much in view.
For example, if you spent much time at the major “Pride Week” events you also saw examples of and references to:
- Profanity and vulgarity, much of it in an angry tone
- Homosexual sex; condoms and anal lubricant given out almost everywhere
- Horrible “gay” diseases and psychological problems
- The problem of “gay” domestic violence
- Hatred of traditional religion, particularly Catholicism
- Perversions such as cross-dressing and transsexual body mutilation
- An obsession with children and teenagers
One couldn’t miss the many very troubled and disturbed people marching and participating, and many others who were there to show what good open-minded “progressives” they are. It was an eerie feeling.
Read more: Mass Resistance
Photo by Mass Resistance: The “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” were actually men (some with beards) mocking the Catholic Church.
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