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Homosexual "Youth Pride Day" includes hardcore "gay" anti-religious propaganda.
Your tax money at work again
May 13, 2008
This past Saturday was homosexual "Youth Pride Day" in Boston, run by the tax-funded Massachusetts Commission on Gay Lesbian Bisexual and Transgender Youth. It included a "celebration" on the Boston Common followed by a parade past the State House and a "transgender prom" that evening at Boston City Hall.
Kids were bussed in from all over the state. Homosexual activists were everywhere.
Pushing homosexual radicalism and anti-religious bigotry
The "celebration" drew a huge crowd of hundreds of kids around a stage and several invited speakers. There was a main theme, which was constantly repeated: That the kids need to understand that they are being oppressed by our homophobic society, which doesn't not allow them to enjoy their true (gay) sexuality.
Special (depraved) award given out.
As part of the speeches to the kids, an award for outstanding service was given to hardcore homosexual and transgender activist Mark Snyder. In accepting the award, Snyder bragged about his "service" to the homosexual community: how he had disrupted a Catholic Mass with a homosexual "kiss-in" to protest the Church's objection to same-sex marriage, and how he had organized a demonstration that terrorized a downtown Boston church to the point where they had to order lunch to be delivered rather than go outside for lunch. Finally, he bragged how he had personally persuaded the vulnerable special-needs daughter of MassResistance staffer Amy Contrada to "come out as a lesbian". (Actually, the girl never was a lesbian; this was simply meant to cause her and her family confusion and distress.)
And here's a sample of Mark Snyder's political "activity" - a vulgar drag-queen parody former Lt. Gov. Kerry Healey.
Inciting the crowd to assault photographers.
And it got violent. During this event, homosexual publications had photographers there taking pictures of all the kids. (Over 350 pictures were on the gay websites the next day.) But when one of the speakers spotted the independent ComFLM people pointed them out to the crowd as being from MassResistance, and exhorted the audience to "send [MassResistance] a message." Things got very ugly. The crowd of kids started screaming, then surrounded them, blocked their cameras, and assaulted them. Not surprisingly, the uniformed Boston policemen standing right there would not arrest anybody, though eventually the cops asked the activists to stop their harassment. (A police report has been filed.) It was a hideous scene.
THIS is how your Legislature is continuing to spend your money - to placate a very destructive special interest group whose target is schoolchildren.
[An interesting footnote: None of the Boston media reported on this, even through we alerted them to and described what had happened in the past.]