Toronto, Seattle Pride Parades Featured Adults Exposing Themselves To Children
Adults continue to expose themselves to children at pride parades, and authorities are not doing a thing about it.
Instead, they are suspending Twitter accounts like Libs of TikTok for bringing these horrific images and instances to light. Because, apparently, the re-sharing of other people’s obscenities violates the platform’s rules against “abuse and harassment.”
BREAKING: Twitter just locked out @libsoftiktok for posting a thread about several recent drag shows for kids. The thread allegedly violates Twitter's rules against "abuse and harassment."
You know what's actually abusive? Drag shows for kids. pic.twitter.com/c1RttEYlpi
— Seth Dillon (@SethDillon) June 9, 2022
On Sunday, thousands of people lined the streets of downtown Toronto for the city’s annual Pride Parade. The Post Millennial’s Beth Baisch was reporting live and caught full-frontal nudity in front of kids.
Signs and messages were calling for better access to abortion “for all genders,” as a variety of themed floats called for abortion protections following of the US Supreme Court decision marking the end of Roe v. Wade on Friday.
I wouldn’t have thought Pearson Airport could spare the staff for the Toronto Pride Parade, but here we are. 🙃 pic.twitter.com/sGOSb2zCJ8
— Beth Baisch 📸 (@PuffinsPictures) June 27, 2022
A child watches men in speedos dance at the Toronto Pride Parade.
Footage by @PuffinsPictures pic.twitter.com/IBLbMAOMWd
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) June 26, 2022
As you can see from the videos, children watched men in speedos showcase their pride by dancing throughout the streets as part of the parade. In another instance on Sunday, Seattle were taken over by the city’s first Gay Pride parade in three years. Again, children were met with more adult nudity.
The Post Millennial reported that the parade kicked off with members of the Boys and Girls Scouts of America marching in uniformed fashion while holding both American and Pride flags.
Following the band of “scouts” was a large group of naked cyclists. Some were partially covered in body paint while others freely exposed their genitalia to children at the so-called “family-friendly” event – WATCH:
NAKED BICYCLISTS circling the route in front of a large crowd of children. #seattlepride pic.twitter.com/KAcNiNxE5n
— Katie Daviscourt🇺🇸 (@KatieDaviscourt) June 26, 2022
Once more, it’s painstakingly obvious that this sort of inappropriate behavior is not only accepted but encouraged. Especially when it comes to incorporating drag culture intended for minors in the classroom.
“You can promote drag shows for kids on Twitter. That’s fine. You can even share videos of yourself performing in them. The only thing you can’t do is criticize them,” Babylon Bee CEO Seth Dillion said on Twitter in response to Libs of TikTok being locked out of her account for re-sharing footage.
“Somehow the feelings of a few drag queens matter more to Twitter than the corruption of a generation of children,” he added.
The sanctuary response to drag shows for children has been on the upward trend in recent years, and it has been capitalized by various woke organizations during this year’s Pride Month.
Notably, both pride parades mentioned above in Toronto and Seattle saw demonstrations from corporate sponsors. Many airliners, including Toronto Pearson Airport and Air Canada, for example, were able to spare some staff to hold their banner and march during the parade for “all ages.”
Mayor John Tory also took part, holding a sign wishing people “Happy Pride” from City Council.
Even with all the obscenities and adult nudity, it’s safe to say that these cities are prioritizing pride above all else. These videos will do nothing to prompt legal action, just inform parents about the lies hidden underneath the guise of “family-friendly” events and “diversity and inclusion.”