In pro sports, Black Lives Matter is so yesterday. LGBT June pride month is all the rage. The NFL, Major League Baseball, the WNBA and Major League Soccer are all going wildly overboard in pandering to the LGBT agenda.
SBNation Outsports reports that all Big Sports teams and leagues have changed their social-media avatars to rainbow colors. The NFL is displaying all of its team logos in rainbow colors. The San Francisco 49ers are holding a virtual pride conversation.
“Pride month has come to sports,” wrote Outsports’ Cyd Zeigler in the understatement of understatements.
“It’s not left, it’s not right, it’s humanity,” said Jeff Rohrer, a former Dallas Cowboys linebacker who now engages in homosexual behavior. “And we’re all part of humanity and we all need to be respected. Society is evolving, and anything we can do to move that forward is important to all of us regardless of race, color, creed and sexuality.”
There’s moving things forward, and then there’s the complete over-saturation happening before our eyes.
The Associated Press reported that, in next Saturday’s game against the Cubs, the San Francisco Giants will support pride month by becoming the first MLB team ever to sport pride logos on their uniform sleeves and caps. The festival continues June 11-2 when the Giants host pride movie night at Oracle Park. Rumors have it there will also be some baseball along with the pride fascination.
Giants Manager Gabe Kapler is tickled pink over Saturday’s festivities. “Very proud that the San Francisco Giants are taking this step. Very proud to be part of it. Looking forward to the impact and the support that we can provide for the LGBTQ+ community.” Anything less than that and he’d likely be cast off as the most homophobic person ever.
Giants president and CEO Larry Baer is also getting a thrill up his leg just thinking about the take-over of his team and stadium by the LGBT fanatics.:
“We are extremely proud to stand with the LGBTQ+ community as we kick off one of the best annual celebrations in San Francisco by paying honor to the countless achievements and contributions of all those who identify as LGBTQ+ and are allies of the LGBTQ+ community.”
Despite its joy over capturing Big Sports, Outsports is triggered over the sports fans who find the whole thing repulsive. Zeigler said these unwashed masses are resorting to “some old tropes pushing back against the LGBTQ community with threats of boycotts and other annoyed expressions.” Zeigler called threats of NFL boycotts during pride month “toothless threats.”
Former NFL player Ryan O’Callaghan also disagrees with pride event opponents. He believes an onslaught of LGBT propaganda in sports stadiums has everything to do with the NFL and the naysayers are ignorant. O’Callaghan said “a lot of people who have some learning to do.”
Who are the real villains here though? It seems they are the LGBT pressure groups and Big Sports who are celebrating people’ unfortunate gender confusion and the regrets of people who’ve undergone irreversible surgery. It’s unconscionable.