Thursday, June 25, 2020

Kansas City Celebrates Pride Month Legacy



A recent City Hall highlight that offers a bit of history on KC progressive legislation . . .

"It's #Pride month. Let's look at some actions #KCMO City Council has made to honor and secure full and equal civil rights for all people, regardless of gender identity or expression.

"Anti-Discrimination (Ordinance – 930612). http://bit.ly/3fMXaK6 #KansasCity #KCPride"

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19 comments:

Anonymous said...

They are actually proud of being homosexuals? To be a homosexual would be the most shameful thing ever. Imagine the disgrace a homosexual brings to their parents and other family members.

Anonymous said...

If they were actually proud of being gay, they'd call it "Gay Pride." Or maybe they're really celebrating a family of lions.

Anonymous said...

Methinks thou doth obsess too much!

Anonymous said...

I like how their flag represents inclusiveness. Oh wait, exclusive. Sorry my bad. I forgot their attempt at inclusiveness turned out to be exclusive for a select group...

Anonymous said...


gays hopping aboard the Democrat "Affirmative Action" scam train.

Anonymous said...

Things were a lot better when homosexuals were embarrassed and went to great lengths to hide their homosexuality.

Anonymous said...

Things were alot better when trolls couldn't figure out how a computer worked and stayed off the internet.

Anonymous said...

Feels like it's gay pride day EVERY DAY. I can't turn on the TV, watch a movie, read a book, a magazine or news without being bombarded without promotion of gay lifestyle. Can we get a day for normal people?

Anonymous said...

Right now there is NOTHING in Kansas City to be proud about. So Pride month has been cancelled until hell freezes over.

Anonymous said...

^^and yet KC is is a fantastic town with lots to be proud of. Weird.

Anonymous said...

A guy could actually be proud of getting fucked by another guy? Not possible, not even for a faggot.

Anonymous said...

^^Try it. You might like it.

Anonymous said...

Even the most corrupted demons in hill hide their eyes from that abominable act.

Anonymous said...

Gay Pride wasn't about "inclusiveness". Gay Pride was a protest and a march highlighting police brutality against the LGBT community. The black community could learn from the LGBT community. In either case, the noted ordinances are good for business. Corporate decisions include the willingness of employees to move to a geographic area and the inclusive culture is an important factor.

Anonymous said...

2:17: And yet you just can't get enough of thinking, speaking, and writing about it. Weird in a really sad way.

Anonymous said...

We provide treatment for most all other mental illnesses, but then celebrate thIs one. why? This lifestyle is unsustainable.

Anonymous said...

4:18 Thank God it is unsustainable. We have too many queers and faggots as it is.

Clayton Bigsby said...

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Anonymous said...

Shit, it's celebrated 24 /7 and 365. Every store, every front lawn, every social movement attachment, every reason for discrimination, every Kardashian, baseball game, fund raiser, marathon, tv show and class room. Well, when BLM doesn't still the limelight.