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Boston Gay Pride. Part 1: Pushing the "transgender" agenda

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POSTED: June 19, 2013

CAUTION: SOME OF THE PHOTOS BELOW MAY BE DISTURBING

Almost no major "gay" event takes place without paying homage to the transgender movement as part of the next great "civil rights" struggle. And this was no exception.

Besides "gay marriage," a major goal of the homosexual movement is normalizing "transgenderism" throughout society, including changing our basic foundations such as the family structure. Make no mistake: This movement is well organized and focused.

This is a new logo the transgender lobby is pushing across Massachusetts. There are likely similar ones in other states.

We all see it through the intense lobbying to push "non-discrimination" on the basis of "gender identity" through legislatures and court rulings. It's also pushed hard in schools, large corporations and government bureaucracies. On the federal level, the Obama administration has brought it into most top federal agencies.

[NOTE: All photos are by MassResistance, from Boston's "Gay Pride Parade" and "Gay Festival" on June 8.]

Changing how society views "family

A major goal of the homosexual movement is to alter the way society understands the basic family structure. "Gay marriage" certainly goes in that direction. But the transgender movement takes it even further. "Transgender parenting" is now even promoted by the Mass. Dept. of Children and Families. One can't imagine the long-term impact on children.

Marching in parade. Person in black acting as "daddy" is a female who appears to have had breast removal surgery and other medical procedures to "become" a man. Don't be surprised when this is taught as a "norm" in the public schools.

Making a dysfunctional and dangerous behavior the "new normal"

If the transgender movement achieves its goals, this is what people in your businesses, government offices, classrooms, and public facilities will look like -- whether you like it or not.

BELOW: These are all MEN

Official King and Queen of Boston Pride:

These are both MEN.

The transgender political movement

The "Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition" (MTPC) works closely with the major homosexual lobbies to push that agenda in the Legislature and throughout state government, as well as in major corporations.

In photo below, tall man in yellow dress leading the MTPC contingent in gay pride parade has sash reading "Miss Trans New England."

Rounding up activists. The MTPC booth in the gay "festival" area

Organizing to push for more "transgender legislation

In Massachusetts, the latest political push is to amend the current "transgender law" to include "public accommodations" -- which were taken out at the last minute to get the earlier bill passed in 2011. They are organizing state-wide.

Here's the "Transgender Equal Rights Coalition Legislative Brief" document given out at the MTPC booth.

Below: Postcard passed out for activists to send to legislators.

Below: Community organizing pamphlet, postcard for organization placing transgender speakers across the state, and notice about "Trans Youth Summit" in July.



Transgender "health"



The next frontier:
Planned Parenthood marcher with "Trans Health Matters" sign. Some major hospitals are already getting involved in this area -- trying to make something that is medically and psychologically unhealthy appear to be just a normal health issue.

by on Jun. 30, 2013 at 7:58 AM
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LilyofPhilly
by Gold Member on Jun. 30, 2013 at 8:29 AM
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She did not write expecting. Clearly she meant to write accepting. Are you 12? I mean, really, is this what makes you feel good about yourself?

Quoting tnmomofive:


The whole church is expecting? Wow!


Quoting KelliansMom:

So happy I'm an episcopalian :) and that we are excepting and non judging. I love the non judgment day is near sign :).




candlegal
by Judy on Jun. 30, 2013 at 8:29 AM

I used to be.  I got out in time.

Quoting ausomezombie2.0:

I'm from the area it's pride everywhere right now. I love seeing pics so thanks, a lot of my friends haven't posted many as it was last night


tnmomofive
by Bronze Member on Jun. 30, 2013 at 8:30 AM
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No..I just thought it was funny.That is the kind of mood I am in this morning.I also make these errors at times.It really is not that serious.

Quoting LilyofPhilly:

She did not write expecting. Clearly she meant to write accepting. Are you 12? I mean, really, is this what makes you feel good about yourself?

Quoting tnmomofive:


The whole church is expecting? Wow!


Quoting KelliansMom:

So happy I'm an episcopalian :) and that we are excepting and non judging. I love the non judgment day is near sign :).






candlegal
by Judy on Jun. 30, 2013 at 8:31 AM

I am right there with you.   There is nothing normal about this.

Quoting mom2many2count:

Freaks coming out to play--We are supposed to accept them as normal but sorry they seem like all they want is attention and  the way they dress is not appropriate for children to see.  You can call me judgmental if you want and maybe I am but so be it.


ausomezombie2.0
by Member on Jun. 30, 2013 at 8:31 AM
Lol ok..

Quoting candlegal:

I used to be.  I got out in time.

Quoting ausomezombie2.0:

I'm from the area it's pride everywhere right now. I love seeing pics so thanks, a lot of my friends haven't posted many as it was last night


illogicalkat
by Bronze Member on Jun. 30, 2013 at 8:32 AM
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What is inappropriate about wearing clothes?

I could understand if they were parading naked, but come on-it's a parade. People dress up as clowns and the Statue of Liberty for parades, what is the problem with this?

Quoting mom2many2count:

Freaks coming out to play--We are supposed to accept them as normal but sorry they seem like all they want is attention and  the way they dress is not appropriate for children to see.  You can call me judgmental if you want and maybe I am but so be it.



12hellokitty
by Platinum Member on Jun. 30, 2013 at 8:32 AM
Where is that in the Catechism?
Quoting romalove:What do you expect, people who are told by your religion and Bible that they are an abomination, immoral, sinful, and that God hates their sin even as he created them as they are, that those people will be kind and warm and embracing to that religion and Bible?

What idiocy.  What hypocrisy.

They want to poke an eye in your religion?  I don't blame them.  Not one bit.


LilyofPhilly
by Gold Member on Jun. 30, 2013 at 8:32 AM
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But you thought you'd act like you're in middle school and make fun of her mistake?

Quoting candlegal:

We knew that.

Quoting romalove:


Quoting tnmomofive:


The whole church is expecting? Wow!


Quoting KelliansMom:

So happy I'm an episcopalian :) and that we are excepting and non judging. I love the non judgment day is near sign :).




She said "excepting" instead of "accepting" which would have been the proper term.

No one said anything about "expecting".


romalove
by Roma on Jun. 30, 2013 at 8:33 AM
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Quoting 12hellokitty:

Where is that in the Catechism?
Quoting romalove:What do you expect, people who are told by your religion and Bible that they are an abomination, immoral, sinful, and that God hates their sin even as he created them as they are, that those people will be kind and warm and embracing to that religion and Bible?

What idiocy.  What hypocrisy.

They want to poke an eye in your religion?  I don't blame them.  Not one bit.


Huh?

Gay people have a catechism?

candlegal
by Judy on Jun. 30, 2013 at 8:34 AM

I guess you haven't seen the pride parade in San Francisco.   This one is tame compared to that.

Quoting illogicalkat:

What is inappropriate about wearing clothes?

I could understand if they were parading naked, but come on-it's a parade. People dress up as clowns and the Statue of Liberty for parades, what is the problem with this?

Quoting mom2many2count:

Freaks coming out to play--We are supposed to accept them as normal but sorry they seem like all they want is attention and  the way they dress is not appropriate for children to see.  You can call me judgmental if you want and maybe I am but so be it.




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