EXCLUSIVE: Boston Group Confirms Approval of Straight Pride Parade, Stiff-Arms Social Justice Mob
A group called Super Happy Fun America is hosting a straight pride parade in Boston at the end of August, and is not holding back in its mockery of Politically Correct culture.
“It looks like the Boston Straight Pride Parade will happen. We filed a discrimination complaint and it appears the City of Boston understands they would lose in litigation,” said Mark Sahady on Facebook on Thursday.
“The city is now working with us on the parade,” he continued. “We will have the streets closed and be allowed floats and vehicles. The tentative date is 8/31 but will be finalized in the next few weeks. The proposed parade route is below. If you would like to come as an individual, march as a group, or bring a float or vehicle, then get in touch. This is our chance to have a patriotic parade in Boston as we celebrate straight pride.”
Sahady, listed on Super Happy Fun America’s website as the Vice President of the group, confirmed for Big League Politics that the parade is actually happening, and that it’s not an elaborate joke.
Super Happy Fun America’s website is a treasure trove of hilarity. The group describes itself thusly:
Super Happy Fun America advocates on behalf of the straight community in order to build respect, inclusivity, equality, diversity, unity, solidarity, dignity, social mobility, empowerment, sustainability, justice, awareness, intersectionality, human rights, education, access, participation, dialogue, visibility, tolerance, and alliances with people from all walks of life. We encourage everyone to embrace our community’s diverse history, culture, and identity regardless of sexual orientation.
“There’s nothing wrong with being straight, and all this hate we’re getting makes no sense,” the group’s president John Hugo told Big League Politics.
Hugo, who ran for Congress last year, said that he and his group of patriots are “sick and tired” of having their events – including a Sunday pro-life event – shut down by groups like Antifa and Black Lives Matter.
“We’re fighting back – that’s my quote,” he said.
Hugo is also quoted on the site’s homepage.
“Straight people are an oppressed majority,” he said. “We will fight for the right of straights everywhere to express pride in themselves without fear of judgement and hate. The day will come when straights will finally be included as equals among all of the other orientations.”
Along with the mantra “Strength is our diversity,” the group posted a photo of the straight pride flag:
“The Blue and Pink flag, which has represented our community for over 0.4 years, is integral to our movement,” the site said. “Unfortunately, the City of Boston has discriminated against our sexual orientation by denying us the opportunity to raise the flag at City Hall. We will continue to fight for equality until the [Boston Mayor Marty] Walsh administration embraces our community and a more progressive vision of the future.”
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