Watchwoman:I just hope at the Hetersexual Parade they don’t dress like these do at the Homosexual’s Pride Parade and believe me, these are not representative of the real hard-core porn and live sex acts that take place during the HomoPrideParade on floats with homos dressed to denigrate Christians, wearing nuns’ and priests’ garb, while having penetration with objects to represent the Virgin Mary, crosses and Jesus. I have movies of those acts taking place! Plus pastors have told me who attend these things to witness on the street the Gospel of Jesus Christ’s Redemption and Forgiveness to the homosexuals that the prideful homos urinate on spectators. That’s real pride and it takes a lot of intelligence too! They know how to pass urine and aim it to hit people. Impressed yet? I have great misgivings about a Hetersexual Parade, but I’ll stand by and wait to see if it gets ugly or not. However, I doubt this is going to go well. Why? Because God is not impressed by pride, so I don’t have a lot of hope for this event, if it comes to fruition. [Proverbs 16:18 KJV] Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall. Our pride should be in Christ, not in our sexuality, even if we are heterosexuals. There’s no pride in being a heterosexual anymore than there’s pride in being a homosexual. Flaunting either is just plain arrogance. ▬ Donna Calvin
Pictures from Homo-Pride Parades around the world.
SAO PAULO (The Blaze/AP) — The city council of South America’s biggest city has adopted legislation calling for a Heterosexual Pride Day to be celebrated on the third Sunday of each December.
Poking fun at the city’s proposal, Gawker’s Jeff Neumann writes:
If anyone’s been put down by society for far too long — besides young white males — it’s the straights, of course. That’s precisely why members of Sao Paulo, Brazil’s city council have adopted legislation to create Heterosexual Pride Day.
Sao Paulo Mayor Gilberto Kassab must sign the legislation for it to become law and has said only that he is studying it. His office declined Wednesday to say whether he supports the proposal.
The legislation’s author, Carlos Apolinario, said the idea for a Heterosexual Pride Day is “not anti-gay but a protest against the privileges the gay community enjoys.”
As an example, he mentioned how Sao Paulo’s huge gay pride day parade is held every year on Paulista Avenue, one of the main thoroughfares in this city of 20 million people, while the March for Jesus organized by evangelical groups is not allowed on the same avenue.
“I respect gays and I am against any kind of aggression made against them,” Apolinario said. “I have no trouble coexisting with gays as long as their behavior is normal.”
The Brazilian Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Association criticized the legislation, saying it could provoke homophobic violence.
“How many LGBTs will be attacked because of the message that only heterosexuality makes someone a moral person and a good citizen,” the association said in a statement.
“The celebration of heterosexual pride is inappropriate because it belittles the just cause of the LGBT community,” the statement added. “Unlike homosexuals, heterosexuals are not discriminated against simply for being heterosexuals.”