Wednesday, July 02, 2008

Gay pride in Boston

Mass Resistance has posted pictures of one of Boston’s gay pride week events. This event was apparently tame compared to the Folsom Street Fair in San Francisco. Even so, I agree with Mass Resistance that “Normal people wouldn't do any of this.”

Mass Resistance noted that “None of this was reported in any of the Boston area newspapers, TV networks, or radio stations - even though it was a very public event that blocked city streets for hours. Why?”

Could it be that the liberal media wants you to think that homosexuality is all about normal, everyday loving couples? Although such couples undoubtedly exist, showing parades like this one and the Folsom Street Fair would mess up their imaginary, politically correct image of homosexuality.


Lori Thornton said...

I was in Boston for ACL the two weeks before the parade. I had actually read that the parade would be taking place and knew to avoid that area in some of the literature that was in the hotel room. There was also a big sign up on Quincy Market, so I find it hard to believe that people didn't know that the parade was coming.

Robert said...

I don't think the implication is that people wouldn't know it was coming, rather that there is a continual attempt to hide the more extreme elements of the Gay agenda. The "party line" is that these people are just like the mainstream except gay and that they should be accepted as such. However, when these "parades" occur, you tend to see signs, costumes, and behaviors that firmly place them outside of the mainstream. If seen in this light, it could damage their argument and their agenda so its kept out of media friendly to them.

That's the point of Dr. Ingolfsland's post in my opinion.