Monday, July 27, 2015

How Was I not Invited?

We all have the right to celebrate the way of life we have chosen for ourselves. In the name of equality & equal rights, I have created this event to celebrate our right to be heterosexual, and to encourage younger heterosexuals that they should be proud of their heterosexuality (:

What, did my invitation get lost in the mail?
I'm Heterosexual.
I have pride.
I love Parades.
And I have to assume that the hetero parade has gotta be a flashy, splashy celebration of all things hetero!
Like this?

Sports and Boobies. Yep, that's it in a nutshell!

Although. . . now that I think about it, has our right to be heterosexual ever been challenged? Why is this parade really necessary?

There is a lot of negativity pouring in from the gay, bisexual, transgender communities. Kin of a double standard if you ask me. We mean no harm by celebrating. This is a positive event for heterosexuals. If you don't like the fact that we are having a parade to celebrate our beliefs, feel free to show up and protest. We are doing nothing more than celebrating what we believe in, and do not appreciate discrimantion from any other groups. We are not discriminating, simply celebrating our right to be heterosexual 

  • Mary Jo CT Stand straight and tall forever Son/Brother.
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  • Stanley Wallings well as hetero's are the minority I feel sad for him come to Europe we have blonde angels who like men ...

 Oh, right. I forgot about all the imaginary negativity and fictitious discrimination! Of course!

So, anyway, sorry I missed it. How was the turnout?

One person? One hetero person showed up for hetero pride day?

Oh, I'm sorry. I should really take this more seriously. It certainly must have been a rough day for. . .

I'm sorry, I just can't. I can't keep a straight face.
So to speak.