Since When Is That Okay? LGBTQ Influencer Calls Out Obscene Pride Events
In a brave and honest TikTok video, AJ Sanchez, an LGBTQ influencer, fearlessly criticizes the outrageous and inappropriate behavior displayed by some participants in recent Pride parades. With over 2 million views, his message hit home with many who agreed that things have gone too far.
Sanchez starts off by addressing his fellow LGBTQIA+ community, urging them to tone it down. He rightly points out that if a straight person were to make such comments, they would immediately be labeled as homophobic. But Sanchez isn’t afraid to speak his mind and states that the excessive behavior is simply not cute.
He expresses concern about children being exposed to offensive displays: people parading around with their “booty” and “chi-chis” on full display in broad daylight. Sanchez questions, “Since when is that okay, sis?”
And he’s not alone in his concerns. Other events have taken place that can only be described as downright disgusting. Bud Light, a well-known brand, sponsored a Pride event in Toronto where nude individuals paraded the streets as children watched. In Seattle, naked men rode bicycles in a disturbing display, while in New York City, activists chanted, “We’re here, we’re queer, we’re coming for your children.”
It’s shocking that such behavior is being tolerated and even celebrated. Blatantly sexual and explicit acts have no place in Pride parades, which should be about acceptance and equality. Instead, they have turned into spectacles that undermine the very cause they claim to support.
Sanchez passionately condemns these actions, emphasizing that there’s a time and place for everything. He acknowledges his own love for having a good time but stresses the need for appropriate behavior. People should not be hanging from streetlights and engaging in public sexual acts. This behavior sends the wrong message and does not represent the entire LGBTQIA community.
The fact that an LGBTQ influencer is speaking out against these excesses is a sign that regular Americans are growing tired of the morally bankrupt onslaught that ignores the well-being of children. Companies like Target and Bud Light, who engage in these over-the-top woke messaging campaigns, are starting to face consequences as consumers push back.
What’s even more troubling is that anyone who dares to criticize this depravity is immediately labeled as phobic or intolerant. It’s up to members within the LGBTQ community to speak up against these hijackings and reclaim the true spirit of Pride.
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AJ Sanchez’s viral video highlights a growing concern within the LGBTQ community itself. It’s time for everyone to take a step back, reevaluate the purpose of Pride parades, and ensure that they truly promote acceptance and equality. Let’s do better and create an environment that is inclusive and respectful for all.
Source: Red State