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Parkland Activists’ Parents: They’re Not Gay With Each Other

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Parents of Parkland gun control advocates David Hogg and Cameron Kasky assured the media Tuesday that their sons are not homosexual with one another.

Here is a photo that Cameron Kasky posted to Twitter, referring to “Prom 2018,” which created a situation in which the young adults’ parents had to clear up gay rumors.

Hogg’s activist mother Rebecca Boldrick said that Hogg is not going to prom with Kasky as his date, and Kasky’s father also weighed in on the issue, according to TMZ.

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“Cameron and David love each other very much, as do the 20 or so other kids that are part of their group, but not in a romantic type of way,” said Jeff Kasky.

Cameron Kasky’s recent photo of himself with a clear backpack filled with tampons led to some ridicule.

Big League Politics reported on Boldrick’s role in her son Hogg’s social media use:

Update: The tweet revealing the influence of David Hogg’s liberal mother has been deleted in an apparent attempt to cover her tracks.

A Sunday night Twitter post by David Hogg casts doubt that his Twitter account is actively managed by the student, and instead creates speculation that his liberal activist mother runs the page. The post tags Facebook, requesting they remove a fake account in his name, but the account that is shown logged in on Facebook in the top right corner is of his mother, Rebecca Boldrick.

The Tweet has been deleted, but Big League Politics has an exclusive screenshot of the Tweet.

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