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'Gay Pride Week' in Boston: In-your-face depravity, vulgarity, blasphemy -- sponsored by major politicians & corporate America
POSTED: June 16, 2011
[NOTE: Full report coming soon with photos, video, and more.]
There is no worse time to be in Boston than during "Gay Pride" week. More than once this past week people on the street from out of town asked us, "What is going on here?" and we had to explain . . .
Gay Pride Week in Boston was officially ten days (June 3-12) of public events, block parties, festivals, and parades celebrating every kind of homosexual activity imaginable. As in recent years transgenderism and cross-dressing have been taking a more prominent role, as well as BDSM (bondage, sadomasochism, "leather culture"). There is also a big dose of anti-religious (particularly anti-Catholic) fervor. Besides homosexual Catholic groups, the offensive and blasphemous "Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence" -- a group of homosexual men dressed up as nuns to mock the Church -- marched in the Gay Pride Parade this year. But even they were dwarfed by the overwhelming number of depraved and perverted groups in the parade along with them.
Also in marching the Gay Pride Parade were the Governor and public officials, from constitutional officers to candidates for US Senate to Boston City Council, and many contingents of major corporations and area hospitals, as well as (sadly) more children than we recall in prior years. The list of major corporations (and government agencies) sponsoring the week's events was impressive and scary.
Some of it was pretty mind-numbing. At the "festival" on City Hall Plaza following the Gay Pride Parade, Walgreen's Drug Stores had a booth giving out packets of lubricant for homosexual sex. Not far away was the New England Leather Alliance booth giving out sado-masochism literature, and the polyamory and witchcraft groups.
The major homosexual public events during the week were: (1) the rainbow flag raising at Boston City Hall, featuring Boston elected officials; (2) the Dyke March through downtown streets of lesbians holding depraved signs and screaming angry chants; (3) the Gay Pride Parade; and (4) the gay "festival" at City Hall Plaza right after the Parade. There was a lot more, but how much can anyone take?
It's really about power over us
One didn't have to be there very long to get a sense of what these kinds of events are really all about. They're about staging a huge in-your-face gesture of power over anyone with traditional values. Thus, they know they can do anything they want -- whether kids or anyone else are watching or not -- and we can't do anything but meekly watch.
For the homosexual movement and their supporters in politics and in corporate boardrooms, this is a public display of the dominance of their movement over traditional society and any individual who still supports traditional values. They know that no one would dare interrupt or criticize them without fear of swift and unflinching reprisal. They also know (and they know that WE know) that if we ever attempted to do any pro-family events downtown on that scale, the homosexual (or other mind-numbed leftist) activists could freely disrupt and harass us without any fear.