A group called “Super Happy Fun America” is planning a straight pride parade for August 31, in Boston, Massachusetts. They’re currently applying for a permit and there’s no legitimate reason why it should be denied.
Their original plan to raise a straight pride flag at Boston City Hall was rejected. The group had this to say In response:
“The City of Boston rejected Super Happy Fun America’s application to raise the straight pride flag at city Hall. Unfortunately, the Walsh administration is not yet committed to creating a supportive environment for straights and equality for all.”
“We will continue to educate the Mayor and the public in anticipation that one day straights will be able to celebrate their lifestyle like everyone else. What better way to educate and foster unity than by having a parade!”
The events website states that the parade is a celebration of the “diverse history, culture, and contributions of the straight community!”
The parade route is expected to follow the same route as this month’s “Pride” parade. The website encourages everyone to participate, except for Antifa, which they say is short for “Anti-fun”.
The Boston Globe recently released what some are calling a hit-piece, which mostly made fun of the idea and, catering to their liberal readers, repeatedly stressed that the group had no permits.
The tone of the article reads the way someone would talk to a third grader to calm them down. The writer made sure to include a reference to a tweet posted by the washed-up pop band Smash Mouth, something we can’t exactly repeat here. This just shows the lengths progressives are willing to go to in order to fight heterosexuality, Smash Mouth has not been relevant for almost 10 years.
The straight pride parade is a great idea, to most conservatives. It shows the left just how one-sided identity politics really is. This is an excellent idea on how we fight them — take their sacred cows and bring them to our side.
Whoever thought of this is definitely a” shooting star,” and as we all know from Smash Mouth, “only shooting stars break the mold.”