Where's MY parade?. No, seriously, if you don't want to be discriminated, don't act like a flamboyant pink warrior with a unicorn up his ass.. manna IS PM If TH
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Where's MY parade?

No, seriously, if you don't want to be discriminated, don't act like a flamboyant pink warrior with a unicorn up his ass.

manna IS PM If THEY WANT EQUALITY.
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#4 - doktorpaj (02/11/2014) [-]
I think running around naked in the streets is a ****** way to make people think you are normal, but what do I know.
#48 - anonymous (02/12/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I agree. If african-americans wanted equality, MLK shouldn't have marched through the streets. How will drawing attention to the subject get people to hear you?
User avatar #1 - sparkyoneonetwo (02/11/2014) [+] (10 replies)
I agree. Also the rainbow shouldn't mean gay. Rainbows and color in general should be allowed to be enjoyed by everyone with out people assuming **** about you.
User avatar #27 - jovisman (02/11/2014) [+] (2 replies)
I would agree except they are not equal right now and they are trying to force the issue rightly so
#21 - cleateater (02/11/2014) [-]
What the **** happened to your pic?
#40 - anonymous (02/12/2014) [+] (2 replies)
what about the St. Patricks day parade. I guess they don't deserve it. Lets take it back, no more shamrock shakes and free candy for anyone. happy now?
User avatar #23 - KayRed (02/11/2014) [+] (6 replies)
It's to raise awareness you **** . How the **** are the supposed to achieve equality if they don't speak up, besides, Gay Pride Parades look like they're fun.
#52 - opiumanthem (02/12/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Gay people do act equal. It's not like they run around 365 days a year screaming and wearing rainbow capes. They have full time jobs, they go on dates, they sit home and watch TV, just like the rest of us.
#74 - economic (02/12/2014) [+] (3 replies)
My views in one picture.
#62 - anonymous (02/12/2014) [+] (6 replies)
What's really being said here is: you should act more like straight people - that's the ticket to equality.
I wonder if anyone that agrees with this has ever been asked:
When did you decide to be straight?
Aren't you concerned about the health risks of being straight? It could lead to an STD or in extreme cases Pregnancy.
Are you the man or the woman in your relationship?
How do you know you don't like the same sex if you've never been with one?

Quite frankly, I don't attend LGBT events such as Pride, I do on the otherhand support my brothers and sisters who do. Do you know why? Because they're literally doing what our 'forefathers' did not that long ago. Heterosexuality is expressed in nearly every form of media and advertising, a parade not only helps the wider community get involved and learn about the culture but also lets gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people know that they are loved and belong to a community of people that understand them.
User avatar #109 - timmywankenobi (02/12/2014) [+] (2 replies)
So what you guise are saying is we need to create a heterosexual pride parade for true equality to occur ?
User avatar #147 - Foxchase (02/12/2014) [-]
I'm bisexual and I kind of agree. I think that parades are the reason some people start hating on homosexuals.
User avatar #118 - icespine (02/12/2014) [-]
gay people hate the stereotypes of flamboyant gay men and want us to see them as normal, yet they proudly dress half naked and make complete ass-hats of themselves at a gay pride parade
#67 - pyrusd (02/12/2014) [+] (8 replies)
I saw some people say it and others I think missed the point completely.

HERE COMES THE RED THUMBS MWAHAHAHAH lol. Enjoy.

Equal is equal. If the government says you have the right to get married, that applies to everyone....that would be equal. 1 for 1.

There is no Straight parade. Therefore there should be no Gay Parade. 1 for 1. In any other situation people have no problem grasping this concept but when it comes to taboo topics everyone seems to be brain dead. If I have 5 people in front of me and I have 5 "$1" bills, in order to be equal I have to give each person 1 bill. This has nothing to do with ANYTHING ELSE on the planet. This is not well Straight people are in the media. Well Gays can't get married. Well....Well. And so on. This is 1 for 1.

As for my opinion on the whole gay topic. I am for Gay Marriage, but against the Parade. Some people see it as an educational tool whereas I see it as a bunch of guys going down the streets in thongs pretending to have sex with each other going SEE YOU HAVE TO ACCEPT ME FOR WHO I AM. First, sure, I'll accept you, doesn't mean I need to like you. Second, that's not proper for a straight male to do....therefore it is not proper for a Gay male to do it. 1 for 1. Gay guys run up and rub women and go HA HA ITS OK cause I don't actually want females. No its not ok.

This isn't about "acting" straight. It's about equal and it's about being civil. Personally I don't care who you sleep with. That's your business. But when your main goal is attention seeking and to try and cram your ideology down everyone else's throats, then you can piss off. We all have the same laws to follow, yes some are not fair and we're trying to fix that, but don't act like you should get preferential treatment just because you've had a rough time.
#64 - skiskis ONLINE (02/12/2014) [+] (5 replies)
This is 						*******					 ridiculous. "Hey, you wanna be considered equal? Well, 						****					 dude, why don't you just ACT equal?" It doesn't work that way. You want society to change, you gotta bring attention to the problem. A parade is just an avenue to do so.
This is ******* ridiculous. "Hey, you wanna be considered equal? Well, **** dude, why don't you just ACT equal?" It doesn't work that way. You want society to change, you gotta bring attention to the problem. A parade is just an avenue to do so.
User avatar #47 - Temari (02/12/2014) [-]
Gay Pride is fun as **** , though. And there is more than just nudity. Yes, there's a metric ******* of nudity, but there is also support for the gay community (like from companies who support gays or whatever) and stuff.
#39 - anonymous (02/12/2014) [-]
no they are having a parade, and now you can't come.   
   
p.s. They don't "get it" they organize it themselves and invite everybody to come. stop being a dickweed.
no they are having a parade, and now you can't come.

p.s. They don't "get it" they organize it themselves and invite everybody to come. stop being a dickweed.
User avatar #35 - weenieandthebutt (02/12/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Because they've been marginalised, abused, discriminated and oppressed for decades and they're not even allowed to have one freakin' day of the year to express themselves to partly make up for all the **** they've been through. Either way, I hope it doesn't turn out like Third-wave feminism where they act like an authoritative, straight-hating, entitled cunts (the actual political version of SJWs).
#7 - wheresthefudge (02/11/2014) [+] (3 replies)
Pride parades aren't about the equality, there's plenty of stuff lgbt groups do for equality.   
Pride parades aren't one of them.   
They're more about completely disregarding the stigma of being gay by being very very gay in public.   
   
 Also, if you start with "I support (whatever), but..." you should probably just not say whatever you were going to say.
Pride parades aren't about the equality, there's plenty of stuff lgbt groups do for equality.
Pride parades aren't one of them.
They're more about completely disregarding the stigma of being gay by being very very gay in public.

Also, if you start with "I support (whatever), but..." you should probably just not say whatever you were going to say.
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