In standard hypocritical SJW fashion, the huffington post and other nanny-blogs are all aghast over the latest hashtag campaign: #HeterosexualPrideDay [Twitter | TRP.red] . The reason? The only people allowed to have pride in their sexuality are gays, trannies, and other-sexuals.
The insensitive hashtag’s presence on Twitter after the mass shooting at a queer nightclub in Orlando, Florida, on June 12 which left 49 dead and dozens more injured has received mixed reactions from Twitter users.
Of course, heterosexuality (which is apparently spelled "anti-gay") and all hetero people are responsible for the shooting. Certainly not the guy with the gun.
Watch the sleight of hand here. It's not explicitly written, but what they've done is actually boiled down being straight as being oppressive to other sexualities, by likening pride in one thing as being disparaging to others. It was a sneaky move, and definitely not an accidental one.
But the existence of this hashtag at all makes this a good time to remind everyone that the world still needs queer pride, and that spreading love and knowledge can be a powerful solution to ignorance and hate.
...So please, all you straight motherfuckers, just fucking stop you dumb ass assholes so we can spread this love. ARE YOU FEELING IT YET? FUCK YOU! GOD DAMN I HATE STRAIGHTS.
One reader comments:
Hetero's celebrate pride everyday when they don't have to worry about being fired for who they are. When they can get married to their chosen partner without some country office clerk refusing to sign their marriage application. When they don't have to hide who they are for being who they are.
Great point! Hey, next week, let's not celebrate Independence day, since technically we celebrate every day we're not beholden to the queen. Actually, I shouldn't write that, lest one of these leftist nuts reads it and gets the idea that we're being oppressive towards inbred brits.
If gays really had to hide who they were, they'd have more examples of actual oppression (other than the one town clerk who got jailed over it). But they don't, because it's perfectly acceptable to be gay in our country. The only thing you're not allowed to be is STRAIGHT as evidenced by the fact that we're not allowed to have our own day or hashtag campaign about it.
Obviously at the end of the day, hashtag campaigns make no difference in the grand scheme. But they do exist as evidence of the pulse of our mainstream culture. Never forget, these people can apparently vote, drive a car, and some of them even make your food.