I Do Not Consent To Public Displays Of PRIDE Kink

I don’t care where you fall on the Social Justice Oppression Meter. It’s finally time to have this conversation about public displays of moral degeneracy. It’s time to talk about kink….

First, so we are clear on what I mean by the word “kink,” I’m defining it as any sexual fetish you might have. I don’t want to know about your kink and I sure as hell don’t want to see it on a public street. Putting your sexual titillations out there in the public without getting everyone around you to give you permission to share such a thing should be considered assault. I didn’t ask to see you in a dog mask crawling on your knees barking and panting. My kid sure didn’t ask to see that either. So why are you doing it?

Groomers Say Kids Will Be Exposed to ‘Nudity and Kink’ at Pride Parades, But Don’t Worry, It’s ‘Educational!’ The groomers are everywhere these days, but nowhere are they more visible than at LGBTQ “Pride” parades, where every kind of debauchery imaginable is on full display in neighborhoods and on city streets around the world. A website called Fatherly warns in its Parenting section that pride parades are “filled with sights that may be new to kids, like public nudity and kink. Not to mention that Pride parades aren’t the most sober of places.”

Nevertheless, the article concludes that young children should indeed be exposed to kink and nudity because the “educational aspects of Pride are paired with joy and celebration.”

The groomer author notes that families representing Black Lives Matter (huh?) and trans kids will be marching at the front of the San Francisco pride parade this year. They’re “placed first so that we always know that we still have work to do and that San Francisco Pride is supposed to be doing that work,” says Suzanne Ford, the interim executive director of San Francisco Pride. (Or maybe it’s so that the groomers can get a good look at them without having to sit through the entire parade.)

The same people who natter on about “consent” at every opportunity don’t care one bit if the general public on the street consents to their public displays of sexual activity and fetishes during the dreaded Pride Month (which seems to drag on forever).

I also didn’t give anyone permission to break decency laws in front of me or my family by waltzing around topless or in thongs or buttless chaps, but here we are. Thankfully, June is over–but when Pride Month is in full swing, you might see any of these things on your public streets at any time under the banner of a “Pride” parade. But there’s not much to be proud of when adults have so little concern for children that they have no care for what’s appropriate if it interferes with their “fun.”

We’ve heard for years and years that Pride is perfectly family-friendly–and yet every June videos like the one above circulate and yet no one in law enforcement does anything to stop it. Laws are being broken—public decency laws, contributing to the delinquency of minors laws, public nudity laws, and probably a whole bunch of other laws that no one seems to want to enforce. Why? Is it because the people breaking those laws are on the protected rainbow of LGBTQWTF untouchables? They can’t be held accountable for their actions because…SHUT UP, BIGOT! 

This has all gone too far. No one cares if anyone is gay anymore. It’s literally the most boring announcement on the planet and it gets met with indifference at this point. There is no need for parades down the street “celebrating” being out. You’re here, you’re queer, and everyone is f*cking sick of it. 

I’m not going to pretend like any of this oversharing is normal and fine. I’m not giving up the right that families have to walk down a public street in June unmolested by indecent acts in front of their children. And I’m not alone. Gays Against Groomers is loudly and proudly on the side of calling out this kind of degeneracy and standing against it.

“Children do not belong anywhere near half naked, kink-obsessed pride events,” wrote Jaimee Michell, founder of the group joining parents to combat the debauchery.

The public square is for everyone, including children. They matter. Their childhoods matter, and families who want their children to not be confronted with kinks and fetishes in the street have a right to say, “Enough!” Law enforcement needs to start doing its job and arresting anyone breaking public decency laws. Like this idiot here:

Even in Los Angeles there are public decency laws:

“Lewd” conduct involves touching private parts – whether yours or someone else’s – for the purpose of sexual gratification or to annoy or offend another person. Section 647(a) criminalizes “lewd or dissolute” sexual behavior when you know (or should know) that someone who might be offended is present.

Shouldn’t the presence of children on a public street be enough to trigger this law? Any reasonable person should know that a child might be offended by seeing this debauchery.

The other day on my live stream, a woman named Amber wanted to come on and confront me about my position on this. Amber says she’s “gay with a trans husband” and has raised her children in “queer communities” (including taking them to drag shows and pride events), and she sees nothing wrong with kink in public. If this is what we are up against, there is no middle ground between us and them. There is nowhere to compromise between “children should be protected from sexual behavior,” and “who cares if kids see kink?”

How do we continue to live alongside this kind of mentality? Click through to the Twitter thread to see several clips of this conversation. It will blow your mind.

If this is the majority opinion among the so-called gay community, I don’t know how we can reconcile it. It will only get worse, which seems impossible. This train is headed for a major derailment. Sensible gay people need to get loud about this now and stop the weirdos in the community from doing these things around children anymore. Parents aren’t going to let it continue without a massive backlash that has begun but hasn’t even gotten close to its peak. I’m afraid when the fear wears off and the protective instincts kick in, the backlash is going to be fierce, unpleasant, and have lasting ramifications.✪

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