Sunday, June 29, 2014

ObamaNation: Homosexual Victory 'Pride Parades'

This weekend, with key leadership from President Obama, in cities large and small across America, adoring media are lauding the flaunting of apparent, albeit short-lived (from an eternal perspective), hedonistic defeat of a once righteous and God-fearing nation.
“It’s fun to have a community come together and be proud of who we are.”
-- Genna Rehan, of Omaha, Nebraska (age 16)
For background, read So-called "christians" Celebrate Gay Pride Month with Sexually Confused Chaplain Preaching at National Cathedral and also read ObamaNation: Building Alters of Worship to Sexual Deviancy as well as Lawless Obama Administration Tells States to Violate Oath for 'Gay Marriage'

And read that just this week, Vice President Biden declared that the Gay Agenda must trump religious beliefs.

In addition, read how activist judges across America are forbidding voters the right to define marriage as between one man and one woman.

The flood of politicians, most notably Republican, jumping on the band wagon of sexual deviancy is simply phenomenal.

-- From "Sun shines, rainbow flags abound at Heartland Pride festival" by Kirby Kaufman, Omaha World-Herald News Service 6/28/14

. . . a growing community of gay and transgender residents in Council Bluffs and Omaha.

[There were] roughly 500 people dotting the streets of downtown Council Bluffs to watch pride flags, drag queens, proud people and even a rainbow-colored shaggy dog in the parade for the 2014 Heartland Pride Festival.

A record-setting 41 parade floats, since the metro area’s first official Pride Parade in 1988, moved along Pearl Street. Organizations represented included the Council Bluffs Community Alliance, Union Pacific, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, area churches and several others.

Helen Broadway-Savage, parade chairwoman, said LGBTQIA (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersexual and asexual) “is starting to become less and less of an issue.”

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From "St. Paul police show they're friends of Twin Cities Pride" by Mara H. Gottfried, Press 6/27/14

When thousands gather for the Twin Cities Pride festival this weekend, St. Paul police officer Darin McDonald will be among those participating . . . St. Paul's only openly gay male officer [said] "... Pride is a great opportunity for youth of today to see positive role models in every profession, and they can achieve their dreams and become whoever they want to be."

At the Pride Parade on Sunday, the co-grand marshals are former Minneapolis Mayor R.T. Rybak and current Minneapolis Police Chief Janee Harteau. Harteau is Minneapolis' first female police chief and the city's first chief to be openly gay.

There are about 585 St. Paul police officers; McDonald estimates 20-some female officers are gay.

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From "Sponsorship of gay pride parades on the rise" by Brady McCombs, Associated Press 6/28/14

In between muscular men in speedos gyrating to thumping dance music and drag queens decked out in formal gowns, Salt Lake City's gay pride parade also featured a few, more conventional participants: Some of America's most well-known companies.

From Starbucks to eBay to Macy's, the increasing visibility of corporations at the parade in Utah and at others across the country in recent years comes as same-sex marriage bans fall in the courts . . .

At many companies, support for pride parades and festivals is being fueled by internal Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender councils who are given small budgets and freedom to spend that money where they choose.

The continued transformation of the parades from small, defiant, sexually daring protests to family-friendly, mainstream celebrations has been on full display this summer as new companies join businesses that have been supporting the cause for years.

TD Bank has been sponsoring gay pride parades and festivals in various cities since 2009. The company said it spends nearly $1 million annually on LGBT events and initiatives in the U.S. and Canada. This year, the company is sponsoring 20 gay pride parades.

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From "Seattle Pride celebrates 40th anniversary this weekend" by Madeline McKenzie, Seattle Times staff 6/26/14

Seattle Pride celebrates its 40th anniversary this weekend. The theme is Generations of Pride, honoring the history of the Northwest’s LGBT rights movement and the progress the LGBT community has made since the first Seattle Pride celebration in 1974.

Sunday’s Pride Parade features Celebrity Grand Marshal George Takei, “Hikaru Sulu” in the Star Trek TV show and movies and now a social-justice activist for LGBT and human rights around the world. Community grand marshals include King County Executive Dow Constantine. Local activists including organizers from the 1974 event will be special guests.

The popular annual Doggie Drag Costume Contest and Parade is at 11:30 a.m. . . .

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From "Pride in the Park brings awareness to LGBT community in Flint" by Amanda Emery, The Flint (Michigan) Journal 6/18/14

The Flint Pride in the Park celebrated its fourth year Saturday, June 28, with more than 1,000 people coming to downtown Flint, said Planning Committee Member Yashica Ellis.

Ellis said U.S. Rep. Dan Kildee and Flint Mayor Dayne Walling spoke at the event, with Kildee giving the opening remarks.

The event boasted two stages with music, a drag queen review, dancers, spoken word performances, and folk singers. Ellis said the event also had live wrestling set up in the kid's corner and more than 35 venders.

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From "Pride Parade expected to draw 1 million participants" posted at Chicago Tribune 6/29/14

This is the first Pride Parade since Illinois' law allowing same-sex marriage went into effect. Same-sex marriage will be part of the parade's theme, with married couples featured throughout the procession on floats, in cars and marching with organizations.

The parade has 200 registered entrants, with a handful of new religious groups and organizations, including the Shedd Aquarium and Art Institute of Chicago, organizers said. The parade is expected to last about three hours, but people often remain along the 4-mile route that wraps around Uptown, Lakeview and Lincoln Park for long afterward.

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Also read Gay Agenda will be Complete when Christians are Muzzled, Say Homosexualists as well as Senator Ted Cruz Says the Gay Agenda Ends Christian Liberty

And read American Decline: Obama's Gay Agenda vs. Christians as well as America Going to Hell; Christians Lose Convictions