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Boston Red Sox having "Gay Pride Day" at Fenway Park this Thursday, June 6! Take action.
"Gay" basketball player Jason Collins throwing out first pitch.
POSTED: June 4, 2013
Yet another place to keep your children away from.
This Thursday evening, June 6, in an outrageous show of anti-family radicalism, the Boston Red Sox are celebrating Gay "Pride Night" at Fenway Park at their home game with the Texas Rangers. This is an official celebration of "Gay Pride Week" (going on now) and the Red Sox will be donating money to support the week's "gay" events.
According to the official "Pride Week" website, the Red Sox are partnering with the Boston Pride Committee, and this is an "official 2013 Pride Event." Furthermore, during the game, Boston's "LGBT community will be recognized." The Boston Red Sox will have a special "gay" section in the grandstand and will donate a percentage of the proceeds that night to Boston Pride. In an effort to involve more young people. the Red Sox flyer on this was handed out at the LGBT Youth Pride event on May 18.
According to a Red Sox staffer we spoke to, "gay" basketball player Jason Collins will be throwing out the first pitch that night.
Celebrating a week of obscene perversion
The Red Sox have been around long enough to know that "Pride Week" in Boston is a hideous, obscene, and outright disgusting display of perverse activities. (Plus, in recent years, more young people have been drawn in through Boston Pride's management of Massachusetts Youth Pride every May.)
And the Boston Red Sox organization are not only going to celebrate it at their ballpark, but will be financially supporting it from their ticket sales.
Here are just a few PUBLIC examples from past Boston "Gay Pride Week" activities that the Red Sox are supporting (Note: This does not include things we simply can't publish in an email). [Photos by MassResistance]
Not the first time the Red Sox have supported homosexual activism
This not the first time that the Red Sox have supported the homosexual movement, although it's the most blatant and outrageous to date.
In 2009, the Red Sox created a video -- featuring the manager and some players -- supporting the "It Gets Better" homosexual program enticing troubled kids, founded by a lewd anti-Christian bigot named Dan Savage, which among other things leads kids to pornographic "gay" books.
After a flood of calls from angry people, the Red Sox eventually removed the video from their website. They need even MORE calls this time.
How serious are you? Are you willing to help organize or be part of a protest or literature pass-out the day of the game? Or do you have other ideas? Let us know!