Why would anyone celebrate a sex act at a professional baseball game? That’s what being ‘gay’ is all about — a sex act. The thing that separates homosexuals from heterosexuals is the type of sex they engage in. What does same-sex sexuality have to do with pride or sports?
For the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, it’s worse than just having a celebratory nod to homosexuals and the alphabet soup of gender bending; it’s that the Pirates capitulated to the perversion by combining it with Kids Day:
It seems you can’t even take your kid to a ballgame these days without encountering the ol’ red-orange-yellow-green-blue-and-purple.
The Pride flag will take the place of Old Glory in Pittsburgh’s PNC Park on July 2 when the Pirates’ first-ever Gay Pride Day falls on the weekly Kids’ Day. Each ticket to the Major League Baseball game will include a Pirates Pride Day cap, complete with rainbow-hued “P”.
Mental health awareness advocate Richard Jarzynka has begun a campaign on Facebook to protest the conflation of the two events.
“I have been a Pittsburgh Pirate fan for 50 seasons,” he declared online. That ended the day he found out about the Pirates “Pride” celebration. “As a Christian, I cannot support an organization which actively promotes a behavior which the Word of God repeatedly and unequivocally declares to be a sin,” Jarzynka wrote. (Life Site News)
What’s happened to our society that sports teams engage in the promotion of such perversity? Haven’t the Pirates big shots been following the leftist downward spiral of ESPN? Like most film fans, sports fans don’t want to be propagandized. They want to be entertained. We’re sick of people like someone like actress Sally Field who believes she is the guardian of the public discourse:
And as if that wasn’t enough, she captioned her photo with: “Sick of hearing actors talk re politics? 2 bad I won’t stay silent while politicians attack our rights. Proud to #StandwithPP.”