Broadcasters Skip Parade’s Gay Wedding Float

Photo credit: Stéfan (Creative Commons)

As the Western Center for Journalism reported earlier this week, a float planned for Wednesday’s Rose Parade led to protest by traditional marriage advocates and those who wished to keep the annual event free from divisive themes.

Sponsored by the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, the float in question featured a homosexual wedding ceremony. Considering such unions are legal in only certain states, outraged Americans called for an advertiser boycott of the nationally televised parade.

While the float was unveiled as planned, a number of local television networks across the U.S. apparently wanted to steer clear of controversy and did not spend much time – if any – elaborating on the offensive display. Of course, this led to many leftists complaining that the stations were treating that particular float unfairly.

In reality, some of the manufactured outrage was likely rooted in a desire to see stations give the pro-gay float added attention. The homosexual lobby consistently demands special consideration not afforded to the rest of society; so, it would not be surprising for the same activists to be upset when a float depicting their skewed values is given what they consider short shrift.

As has become the cultural norm, a number of Twitter users expressed their dismay upon noticing the float did not receive a prominent announcement.

Even stations that did feature the float’s passing in full were criticized for not adding a glowing enough endorsement.

There were plenty of people who did see the outrageously provocative float, however; and their response naturally depended on their personal values.

There is obviously an ongoing debate in this nation between those who believe marriage should remain a covenant between a man and a woman and those who think the definition should be changed to reflect America’s moral devolution.

While a free society can certainly consider such issues, a supposedly family-friendly parade is not an appropriate venue through which to bombard viewers with a gratuitous display of homosexual activity.

Photo credit: Stéfan (Creative Commons)

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  1. Didn't watch any of it and haven't for years.

    • Linda From NY says:

      Haven't watch this for years either, especially now these gays, I will never watch

      • Craig Walser says:

        Hey Linda. I totally agree with you. If I was going to watch this pathetic parade I surely will never watch it after they allowed these sick people to pollute people’s mind especially kids minds. This is all the work of satan! God save us from these sick and deranged people!

      • Edwardkoziol says:

        Linda like you I decided not to watch it this year because of the queers.I always turned on the parade because I was amazed at the artistry of those floats plus I loved the horses.Now as the fudge packers took over it's time to stop.Straight people never had a float depicting straight life.

  2. Edwardkoziol says:

    Wouldn't watch the parade knowing the pillow biters had a float made of pansies.

  3. This is sickening. I didnt watch it nor will I ever be watching this sick, preverted, immoral practice. I liked it better when they stayed in the closet. They need to go back into the closet. They act like their lifestyle is normal and exceptable. Its against God's law and the law of nature.

    • StandUP_4YourRIGHTS says:

      "IF" us normal people did "sick, preverted, immoral practice" stuff, we'd sure hear about it and IT would have to be stopped and/or removed.
      So,….. what's so SPECIAL about these…. ummmmm,…. idiots?

  4. MuslimLuvChrist says:

    What is worse than a faggot wedding? When the cocksuckers are a bunch of screaming wrist waving cowards!

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