MassResistance: “Youth Pride” Parade: Getting kids to publicly act out homosexuality

“Youth Pride” Parade: Getting kids to publicly act out homosexuality

Ten years ago the chant was “We’re here, we’re queer, we’re coming after your children… ” Now they’ve got the children and the chant is, “We’re here, we’re queer, get used to it…”

Courtesy of the public education system and GLSEN.  All tax funded, paid for on your dollar.  Listen up and take notice for the states who just approved gay marriage: you’re one step closer to having this be an integral part of your child’s education.

—-Beetle Blogger

See this from MassResistance.org:  June 2, 2009

The homosexual “youth pride” parade is an insidious tool for homosexual activists to reinforce a “gay” or “transgender” identity in the minds of vulnerable kids. A constant theme throughout the year has been persuading kids to “come out” as homosexual, adopt the homosexual identity they were “meant” to have. In the parade, the activists get them yelling and screaming, chanting homosexual slogans such as “We’re here, we’re queer, get used to it.” They encourage the kids to proudly and publicly display their homosexuality. (This year, a transgender chant was also heard: “What do we want? Trans rights! When do we want ’em? Now!”)

The parade goes from the Boston Common past the State House – where they can flaunt their “gayness” at the symbol of politicians and taxpayers – and then back around the block to the Common for more entertainment.

Honoring the “gay flag”. Parade of kids carries the “gay” flag past the State House.
Greeting the parade. In front of State House, two members of Mass. Commission on GLBT Youth — including man dressed as woman (waving) at left — greet the children in parade as they pass by.

The Commission made sure that high school “gay clubs” came from across the state.

The kids screaming, chanting, and proclaiming their “gayness” is chilling.

Radical sexual propaganda affects the most vulnerable

Already troubled kids are the ones most harmed by their messages.

Left: Boy dressed in girls’ clothes marching in parade with cigarette.

Right: Girl with sign echoed throughout homosexual activities: “Love has no boundaries.”

Various “message” shirts . . . courtesy of homosexual lobby

Homosexual activists give kids shirts with political, religious, and sexual messages to wear.

Acting out their “gay” identies

Kids (below) using the excitement of public parade to show the world how they’ve “come out” as homosexual, thanks to hardcore activists in the schools.  This is very sad to see.

This is what YOUR state, YOUR politicians, and YOUR tax money is doing to our children.

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43 Comments

  1. Delirious said,

    June 4, 2009 at 9:07 pm

    I live in the SF bay area, but frankly, this really shocks me

  2. beetlebabee said,

    June 4, 2009 at 9:33 pm

    It does me too. Some people see nothing wrong with this and that shocks me as well. Sexualizing kids is bad enough without adding perversion to the mix.

  3. Euripides said,

    June 4, 2009 at 9:35 pm

    The big sexual preference lie has taken the children to new depths. I thought that since Massachusetts has same sex marriage that gays had taken the last hurdle. Apparently not.

    Remember: There is no gay agenda. There is no gay agenda. There is no gay agenda…

  4. Yours Sincerely said,

    June 4, 2009 at 9:52 pm

    What strikes me is how “hard” the kids look. Even the smiling ones have no light in their eyes. They don’t look really happy–just hyped. Tragic.

  5. Kelly said,

    June 4, 2009 at 11:12 pm

    I agree that this is very sad. We need to pray for these kids. Things sure are diferent now than they were when I was a kid. I don’t remember any gay people trying to force the gay lifestyle on other children back then. What is this world coming to? I’m planning on adding these children to my prayers.

  6. Chino Blanco said,

    June 5, 2009 at 6:21 am

    I remember my first live concert – REO Speedwagon – and I was what? 16?

    Permission to upload photos of that particular outing?

    I’m talking Springfield, MO. 80’s. A decidedly straight affair.

    Y’all need to get out more often. I did. And I still managed to serve an honorable mission for the LDS church.

    Kids holding hands? The horror.

  7. beetlebabee said,

    June 5, 2009 at 7:00 am

    Chino B, your implication is that promiscuity, sexual experimentation and deviancy are good for kids. Mine is that they’re not. What are your personal assertions based on? Your own characterization of your life? If anything, that only reinforces the point. Second point, what you and your parents decided was good for you to participate in was a private affair, this is publicly funded, encouraged by the school and even Children and Family Services. That was a shocker. All these sexually hyped, mixed up kids doing their chants and then comes a group of adults adding legitimacy and their two cents into the picture with a sign representing Children and Family Services of Massachusetts. How wrong is that?!

  8. Rita Danning said,

    June 5, 2009 at 7:04 am

    It’s one thing if the parents are going to allow their kids to do sexually questionable stuff, it’s another to be teaching it in the schools. This is so wrong on so many levels. So you don’t like abstinence training in public schools, so we go with this instead?

  9. Rita Danning said,

    June 5, 2009 at 7:08 am

    oh and I love the opening quote

    “Ten years ago the chant was “We’re here, we’re queer, we’re coming after your children… ” Now they’ve got the children and the chant is, “We’re here, we’re queer, get used to it…”

    I remember that. I remember the hoopla that happened when it came out that they’d been chanting about coming after our children and it was all dismissed as a misunderstanding, something small encouraged by a radical few, it was just a joke.

    Well now who’s laughing?

    These people have our schools, our children, and now they want us to just get used to it. We’re openly told that in a few generations more, they’ll have the hearts of the nation and the way in was through the schoolroom door.

  10. Chino Blanco said,

    June 5, 2009 at 9:13 am

    “Chino B, your implication is that promiscuity, sexual experimentation and deviancy are good for kids.”

    No, what I meant to convey is that “promiscuity, sexual experimentation and deviancy” have been going on for a while now. And it’s not just a gay thing.

    Seriously, as shocking as your readers find these photos, what if you replaced them with photos from any random concert?

  11. June 5, 2009 at 9:20 am

    What strikes me is how “hard” the kids look. Even the smiling ones have no light in their eyes. They don’t look really happy–just hyped. Tragic.

    Funny, they look fine to me. In fact, they look like most teenagers I know. I don’t think 10 lbs of black eyeliner is a good look on anyone, but it’s hardly “tragic”.

    Judging people on looks, which is really all one can get out of a photograph, is silly, YS. If you ever saw a picture of my hubby, you’d probably think he looks “mean”. People say that all the time about him. Between the somewhat heavy brow and the lips that naturally rest a little downturned, his relaxed facial expression might appear a bit angry, but to judge his personality or psychological state on that is shallow at best.

    This is the same man who, while attending school in NYC, regularly gave away food and clothing, including a brand new, $300 winter coat, and a pair of boots (he came home in socks) to the homeless that congregate around Penn Station. I bet they thought he looks nice.

  12. beetlebabee said,

    June 5, 2009 at 12:24 pm

    Chino B, so if it’s not good for kids, why are schools teaching it? You don’t have a problem with that?

  13. beetlebabee said,

    June 5, 2009 at 12:29 pm

    PF, I agree with Yours Sincerely. I see what he’s saying. “Even the smiling ones have no light in their eyes.” it’s not the mascara on the outside giving off the vibes but something deeper. I’m surprised you don’t see it as well.

  14. KingM said,

    June 5, 2009 at 1:28 pm

    I’m trying to understand what you find so alarming. Are you arguing that these kids would not be gay if they hadn’t been converted into homosexuals by gay activists? Or are you saying that gay youth should not be able to proclaim their orientation in public? Or something else that I’m missing.

  15. Chairm said,

    June 5, 2009 at 5:19 pm

    CB, PF, and KingM,

    Are you indifferent or are you voicing approval of the policy of the government involvement?

    If this public display had a message, what was it?

  16. Raycheline said,

    June 5, 2009 at 8:23 pm

    The saddest thing to me is that these kids are being taught that this is their identity. Not only are those who feel genuine same gender attraction being pulled into the lifestyle, they’re being told that this is who they “are”. That’s wrong. Who they “are” is people. These young people are our brothers and our sisters. Their sexuality is not who they ARE, it’s what they DO. Promiscuity is not the result of genes or biology, I don’t care who you think you are.

    It’s no different than the kids down my block who think because our skin is black my sons ought to listen to rap music and hang low and talk like we’re from the ‘hood to get respect. I’ve seen perfectly well educated youngsters taking up with those kinds of habits, just looking to fit in, looking for an identity.

    Advertisers already exploit this in our youngsters with their pied piper tunes promising love and acceptance. The gay lifestyle is a hard life. We shouldn’t be condoning and glorifying it, we should be giving them real information on what their choices are and what the realities are. Not some glaring pleasure island carnival brochure.

  17. Chino Blanco said,

    June 5, 2009 at 10:30 pm

    This post is a good example of why MassResistance is classified as a hate group by the SPLC. It’s not about marriage, it’s about animus.

  18. beetlebabee said,

    June 6, 2009 at 5:30 am

    Chino B, are you saying you have no animus?

    an⋅i⋅mus–noun
    1. strong dislike
    2. purpose; intention; animating spirit.

    Origin:
    1810–20; < L: mind, spirit, courage, passion; akin to anima

    Purpose, intention, spirit, courage, passion? These equal hate? Or maybe you meant strong dislike was equal to hate. Animus is to hate what wholesome oatmeal is to sugar bomb breakfast cereal. Yeah they're both eaten at breakfast, that's where the sameness ends.

    Having the position you do on genderless marriage I can totally see why you wish we would all just go back to our mindless acceptance of societal whim. How convenient for you who happen to disagree with the position MassResistance takes. No doubt you consider NOM, the Ruth Institute, UFI, the DNA and other pro-family groups as hate groups as well.

  19. Chino Blanco said,

    June 6, 2009 at 5:40 am

    By the way, this is way funny:

    http://www.goodasyou.org/good_as_you/2009/06/if-we-let-heteros-straights-then-what-next-man-dog-sex-women-marrying-complete-strangers-on-national-tv.html

    FOX has done more to damage the sanctity of marriage in this country than any friggin’ parade will ever do.

  20. Chino Blanco said,

    June 6, 2009 at 6:18 am

    the⋅sau⋅rus: the book on your shelf that I’d suggest you consult before goin’ all froot loops on me.

    Re NOM, the Ruth, UFI and DNA, yeah, I think they’ve earned the label.

  21. beetlebabee said,

    June 6, 2009 at 6:20 am

    I don’t think anyone is going to hold this up and say “Yep, meet on a TV show, this is the way to go.” from the marriage side. It’s just full of problems. We’d agree on that point. While we’re at it, why don’t we talk about the effects of pornography, infidelity and sexualization of the media on marriage? In case I’ve never said it (but I’m pretty sure I have), hear me now: Those things are bad! They hurt marriage, families and children.

    We square now CB?

  22. beetlebabee said,

    June 6, 2009 at 6:27 am

    Why check a thesaurus when you have the definition itself?

  23. Raycheline said,

    June 6, 2009 at 6:44 am

    It’s a common tactic to demonize your enemies if they become effective. You’ve got to read After the Ball, those guys actually *advised* activists to compare people with traditional values to the Ku Klux Klan! Now is that not just crazy?

    Was Martin Luther King the same as the Black Panthers? They both had “animus” they were both out there working for the cause. I think not! You have to exercise that God given Reason a little harder if you’re going to go around slinging comments like Hate around. We all disagree so we all hate. That just puts the icing on the cake my friend. Froot Loops have got you loopy in the head I think friend Chino Blanco.

    GO Beetlebaby! Stand up NOM! I don’t know anything about the Ruth, UFI or DNA, but hey, they’re in good company! It’s all good.

  24. Raycheline said,

    June 6, 2009 at 6:46 am

    Oh And let me just say while I’m up here, that this fox show is just NASTY.

  25. Chairm said,

    June 6, 2009 at 11:04 am

    Chino Blanco,

    Are you indifferent or are you voicing approval of the policy of the government involvement?

    If this public display had a message, what was it?

  26. Rob said,

    June 6, 2009 at 5:53 pm

    Every year, American soldiers are dying to keep this great country free. American soldiers who fought and died to liberate Europe from the Nazis several decades ago, so that the American people won’t have to fight the Nazis at home.

    Is this the price of freedom our soldiers sacrificed so these kids can engage in and promote same-sex behaviors in the public school system and helping the gay activists forcing the homosexual agenda on the very young for the absurd and false purpose of “safety”?

    Are we really raising and educating our children to grow up and live the lifestyle of looking for and having sex and fun with people of the same sex for the rest of their lives?

    HELL FRIGGING NO!

  27. beetlebabee said,

    June 7, 2009 at 6:48 am

    Chairm, it sounds awfully convenient that Chino B signs on to the idea that any idea that supports marriage and families must be a hate group, that all these parades are just kids holding hands, nothing more. I just have one question. What color do you think his glasses are?

  28. Chairm said,

    June 8, 2009 at 5:39 pm

    Beetlebabee, I wish Chino B would answer the questions, but in the meantime you contrast described in your response adds to the query made.

  29. Chino Blanco said,

    June 8, 2009 at 6:11 pm

    Chairm,

    I think I’ve decided to agree with Mark Barton that you, like David Benkof, are invested in sowing confusion.

    And your latest questions are as inane as ever.

    It’s been fun.

  30. pomegranateappleblog said,

    June 8, 2009 at 6:42 pm

    I like it when Chino B. posts here. It makes it so easy to remember why we support marriage.

    It also exposes how the opposition can really only call out “HATE” instead of bringing up rational discussion. I hope chino b. will answer also.

    Hate isn’t an argument. Sorry Chino b.

  31. Emissary said,

    June 8, 2009 at 7:39 pm

    Chairm is definitely not the one I would like to go up against in an argument. I’ve learned more by really reading and understanding his discussions than anywhere else. Although it takes a little while to explore the depth of his comments, I appreciate how insightful (and dead-on) he always is. He cuts right to the heart of arguments without letting other things side-track him.

  32. pomegranateappleblog said,

    June 8, 2009 at 8:04 pm

    and we are still waiting for chino b’s answer.

  33. Chairm said,

    June 9, 2009 at 12:16 pm

    My dear Emissary, thank you for that endorsement.

    There is another compliment that I appreciate.

    Chino B demures that those questions have confused him into retreat.

    I would rather that he at least attempt to answer.

    Chino, if you respond confusedly, that’s okay. The tangle can be untangled.

  34. Joel Bailey said,

    June 9, 2009 at 6:03 pm

    Anyone know what the “His Name Shall Fall” T-shirt is a reference to? I assume it’s regarding religion, but not sure…

  35. beetlebabee said,

    June 9, 2009 at 7:06 pm

    Joel, it probably is a religious reference unfortunately. The same sex marriage movement has an anti religion stance, and they’re especially hostile toward Christians.

  36. Chino Blanco said,

    June 9, 2009 at 10:38 pm

    Hey Chairm, are you available to help me with my homework, too?

  37. beetlebabee said,

    June 10, 2009 at 9:52 am

    Chino B. You’re good at the insults, but substance is harder to manufacture.

  38. Joel said,

    June 10, 2009 at 10:15 am

    I am LDS, as is Chino, and respect that people have differing opinions. I would agree with him that this parade is relatively minor compared to the rampant immorality we see all around us. What is more difficult to see in all this, and where I think Chino gets lost however, is the steady march of the GLBT community into our public schools. They may call us a hate group, but it is OUR speech that is being censored in public schools, not theirs. It is people of faith who are being labeled as immoral, when all we are doing is standing up for the last few shreds of morality left in our ever-decaying culture. We have abolished all reason in favor of so-called ‘freedoms’, but when all is said and done we will have voted ourselves into obscurity. Just as Rome fell, so shall we. And when we fall, the world comes with us…

  39. Smokezero said,

    June 10, 2009 at 2:54 pm

    Chino, stating that you’re LDS as if that’s going to win anyone over is a bit like me saying “I like chocolate, so you should agree with me.” Its too peripheral. It adds no substance to the argument, other than point out that you have a religious affiliation that is different than your opinion. Which is fine, you’re entitled to disagree with your religion (I do all the time). But, every time I disagree, I won’t start off “Well, I’m LDS, but …” I disagree not because of or in spite of my belief. I disagree because it is essential to figuring out what is real and what is not.

    As for this parade thing, they spend my tax money on a lot dumber stuff than this, if this is how these kids feel they want to express themselves, that’s fine by me. I’m sure there will be some in that parade who will regret doing it, but hey, this is High School. In high school, I would have been tempted to join the gay pride parade, and I think kissing dudes is vomit inducing. Its all about doing something different because you don’t know if you’ll have the chance to again at some point.

    I’m going over a couple points here, so bear with me if you will. The point of a hate group is to actually go out and beat up people, or cause harm to those who disagree. Saying you have a disagreement with someone does not make you a hate group. Attacking someone for disagreeing, now that’s a hate group. There’s a big difference between voicing rational decent, and trying to silence the opposing voices. And quite frankly, I’ve seen that happen from both groups. Name calling, saying one’s been brainwashed, is a bigot, threatening with violence, and even the off color reductio ad Hitlerum, all these things are effective ways of displaying hatred. Saying “I disagree” is not.

    Few more points, then I swear I will stop for now. “Our soldiers died so that X. Y. Z.” is never a good argument. People die in war, its tragic, but it doesn’t give any validation to the argument at hand. Much like Reductio Ad Hitlerum, Nazis did XYZ, does not mean you doing XYZ makes you a nazi.

    “What we have to fight for is the freedom and independence of the fatherland, so that our people may be enabled to fulfill the mission assigned to it by the creator.” And you say Hitler quotes aren’t useful…

  40. Chairm said,

    June 10, 2009 at 3:24 pm

    Chino, the questions stand unanswered by you. Did the dog eat your homework?

  41. karisa said,

    June 17, 2009 at 5:53 am

    I just feel sad for these kids. Some of them will tout this lifestyle their whole lives and never really be happy. Some will realize one day how they’ve been manipulated and used for the homosexual agenda, and the severe impact that it made in their lives, and they will be really, really angry.

  42. hiacynth said,

    June 19, 2009 at 4:59 am

    Parents’ nightmare. And definiteley, with a satanic flare.

  43. Traditional Roman Catholic said,

    July 16, 2009 at 6:50 pm

    Message to post number 34 by Joel Bailey (June 9th, 2009 @ 6:03 PM):

    Joel …

    I was wondering about the possible meaning of the phrase “HIS NAME SHALL FALL” as shown on the girl’s t-shirt in the photos posted above. I thought that if might have connotations pertaining to an anti Christian bent, but after doing a search of the phrase on Google, it appears to be the name of a Heavy Metal / Hardcore band based out of Cape Cod, Mass.

    This is a summary bio of the band as per their MySpace webpage:

    “His Name Shall Fall is a metal/hardcore band from Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The band was first put together in the summer of 2006. The band’s original lineup was Mario on drums, Phillipe on guitar, Evan on bass and Shawn on guitar. After well establishing their name in the community (originally as Fourth Lie), the band realized things were becoming more serious and decided to change their style as a more heavy metal/hardcore band.

    They changed their name to His Name Shall Fall and went through some lineup changes in 2008: Nick was added as the guitarist and Phillipe dropped as being the guitarist and went to vocals. With this lineup, they went on to play The Worcester Palladium twice and play a butt load of shows all over MA. Late 2008, Shawn decided to drop from the band. It was his own decision and we wish him the best of luck. Not long after, the band recorded their first EP. Early 2009, Steve was added to play guitar. The lineup has been the same ever since. Later in 2009 His Name Shall Fall will record their debut full length. The band has now firmly established their name in Massachusetts and continue to play shows all around the state. They have had great success and support from all their fans. Please promote the band by moshing and all out having a good time by going to their shows!”


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