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Dallas Pride Festival Cancelled Due to Lack of Sponsors
Nobody wants to fund these weird events anymore.
Normal people are getting fed up with everything associated with these gay festivals.
Gay events, where men run around in women’s clothes and wear weird bondage clothing, are often times done in the presence of children. These events often include public displays of odd sex fetishes and nudity, inappropriate for children and the public.
But apparently it’s getting to the point where normal people are fed up and the gays can’t get the funding to run their degenerate public events anymore.
Dallas Pride announced they had to cancel their August 26th “Street Party” due to a lack of funding. This is unsurprising to anyone who has seen the types of gross things that happen at these events.
Activists and groups involved in protecting innocent children from these sorts of events are a big reason that businesses and people are no longer providing funding.
One group is Protect Texas Kids (PTK), who actively protested at Dallas Pride’s most recent event, which was a “kid-friendly” drag show.
While protesting, Kelly Neidert, president of PTK, was told that she was going to be “shot in the head” and had to have a police escort in order to leave the event safely.
It’s good news to hear that these organizations are struggling to find funding.
Neidert of Protect Texas Kid scored another win when her protests led to a distillery being forced to shut down and move away after hosting a “kid-friendly” drag show.
We covered Anderson Distillery and Grill’s groomer event in August of last year.
Now they’ve been forced to leave the small conservative town of Roanoke and move to Denton where the competition for gay stuff will be much more fierce for them.
It’s nice to get some wins lately. Keep it up Texans.