Obscene Anti-Catholic Group Honored at Boston ‘Gay Pride’ by Politicians, Corporations
(Caution: this article contains some disturbing descriptions)
A notorious homosexual anti-Catholic group has been named “Grand Marshal” of this year’s Gay Pride Week in Boston, which started last Friday, June 6, and features ten days of homosexual-themed events throughout the city, capped by the Gay Pride Parade and Festival this Saturday.
Despite the group’s long history of extreme bigotry, prominent politicians and major corporations are marching in the parade and funding the event. (See more below.)
|The anti-Catholic “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence marched in last year’s Boston Gay Pride Parade but were not honored.|
The group, Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence is made up of transvestite homosexual men who grotesquely dress up as Catholic nuns. They describe themselves as “a leading-edge order of queer nuns” and mock the Church and its teachings in particularly profane ways, often with disgusting homosexual imagery.
Long history of obscene anti-Catholic bigotry
These are just a few of the things this group has done:
[NOTE: Thanks to the work of Americans for Truth for much of this information.]
- This year on Easter Sunday they held an obscene “hunky Jesus” contest, which they made into a 9-minute video (below). It includes several Jesus characters who identify themselves with various perverse homosexual-related activities.VIDEO of “Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence” made on Easter Sunday
- In 2007 they were organizers of the depraved “Folsom Street Fair” in San Francisco, which featured a sadistic mockery of Da Vinci’s Last Supper painting, with fetishists and “leathermen” replacing Jesus and his 12 disciples, and sex toys sitting atop the table. The event also included numerous public homosexual sex acts.
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