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Post Posted: 2019-10-12 13:02:32  
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Yes I am pretty much out but I have zero interest in being around a huge crowd of wild and loud ass gay people who are dancing and prancing down the streets. I don't hate on dudes that do but it's just not my scene. I mean wtf do these pride events really achieve anyways besides stereotyping us and making us look like freaks. To me it seems like just an excuse for hyped up gay folks to have a party, block traffic and be a damn nuisance to the rest of the public. Am I wrong for feeling this way? I know damn well I can't be the only lol



 
Post Posted: 2019-10-12 13:48:05  
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Yes I am pretty much out but I have zero interest in being around a huge crowd of wild and loud ass gay people who are dancing and prancing down the streets. I don't hate on dudes that do but it's just not my scene. I mean wtf do these pride events really achieve anyways besides stereotyping us and making us look like freaks. To me it seems like just an excuse for hyped up gay folks to have a party, block traffic and be a damn nuisance to the rest of the public. Am I wrong for feeling this way? I know damn well I can't be the only lol

I have a problem with it being oversexualized. A bunch of gay, whorish, men, half naked showing their goods and falling right into the stereotype that gay men are promiscuous.

I understand it being hot out, but to come out wearing almost nothing, gyrating on one another, open mouth kissing each other and strangers, having sex behind booths and almost in the presence of all. It's unnecessary...not to mention having orgies before and after the parade with their so-called gay marriage and still fucking strangers in a three-way or orgy romp. Not my scene either.
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-12 15:08:59  
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They don't embarrass me, because I ain't going! When I did go, yes, there were elements, who were embarrassing in my opinion, but I tended to steer clear of those folks.
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-12 15:14:02  
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. . . . . . . . in general, crowds of ppl have that kind of effect lol

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Post Posted: 2019-10-12 15:24:07  
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I never have been but I've heard of some wild sexual antic in public.. I tend to steer clear of this... not downing them but you how so called straights like to put down people.
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-12 16:27:00  
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Yes I am pretty much out but I have zero interest in being around a huge crowd of wild and loud ass gay people who are dancing and prancing down the streets. I don't hate on dudes that do but it's just not my scene. I mean wtf do these pride events really achieve anyways besides stereotyping us and making us look like freaks. To me it seems like just an excuse for hyped up gay folks to have a party, block traffic and be a damn nuisance to the rest of the public. Am I wrong for feeling this way? I know damn well I can't be the only lol

2019-10-12 13:48:05

I have a problem with it being oversexualized. A bunch of gay, whorish, men, half naked showing their goods and falling right into the stereotype that gay men are promiscuous.

I understand it being hot out, but to come out wearing almost nothing, gyrating on one another, open mouth kissing each other and strangers, having sex behind booths and almost in the presence of all. It's unnecessary...not to mention having orgies before and after the parade with their so-called gay marriage and still fucking strangers in a three-way or orgy romp. Not my scene either.

I Couldn't have said it better man..lol



 
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Yes I am pretty much out but I have zero interest in being around a huge crowd of wild and loud ass gay people who are dancing and prancing down the streets. I don't hate on dudes that do but it's just not my scene. I mean wtf do these pride events really achieve anyways besides stereotyping us and making us look like freaks. To me it seems like just an excuse for hyped up gay folks to have a party, block traffic and be a damn nuisance to the rest of the public. Am I wrong for feeling this way? I know damn well I can't be the only lol

I think most masculine gay men are embarrassed to be around gay men with female brains.

 
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Yes I am pretty much out but I have zero interest in being around a huge crowd of wild and loud ass gay people who are dancing and prancing down the streets. I don't hate on dudes that do but it's just not my scene. I mean wtf do these pride events really achieve anyways besides stereotyping us and making us look like freaks. To me it seems like just an excuse for hyped up gay folks to have a party, block traffic and be a damn nuisance to the rest of the public. Am I wrong for feeling this way? I know damn well I can't be the only lol

2019-10-12 13:48:05

I have a problem with it being oversexualized. A bunch of gay, whorish, men, half naked showing their goods and falling right into the stereotype that gay men are promiscuous.

I understand it being hot out, but to come out wearing almost nothing, gyrating on one another, open mouth kissing each other and strangers, having sex behind booths and almost in the presence of all. It's unnecessary...not to mention having orgies before and after the parade with their so-called gay marriage and still fucking strangers in a three-way or orgy romp. Not my scene either.

2019-10-12 16:27:00

I Couldn't have said it better man..lol

Right on man.
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-12 18:32:24  
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What does any parade do? It sounds like you have a problem with the concept of a parade, not with gay pride parades per se. Gay pride events generally involve a lot more than the parades and it's all a celebration of a part of people's identity. It's celebrating something that we often hide and something, historically, we've always been ashamed of and sorta hated. Participation is obviously not mandatory but it's best to experience it fully before you judge it.

I've been to two new of them in the past and I enjoyed it. It wasn't about sex and shit or about dressing up in rainbows and doing a little strut. I went with my then boyfriend and we saw movies, plays, met people from other cultures that also identify as gay and only came to NY for pride, did some non-profit stuff and found out about all these gay-friendly book stores we had no idea about - still visit some of them to this day. That's only what we did. Way more stuff was going on.

I understand it may not be for everybody but generally the people criticizing the events have no clue what goes on at gay pride. Feels like that's the case here.
 
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Yes I am pretty much out but I have zero interest in being around a huge crowd of wild and loud ass gay people who are dancing and prancing down the streets. I don't hate on dudes that do but it's just not my scene. I mean wtf do these pride events really achieve anyways besides stereotyping us and making us look like freaks. To me it seems like just an excuse for hyped up gay folks to have a party, block traffic and be a damn nuisance to the rest of the public. Am I wrong for feeling this way? I know damn well I can't be the only lol

As a black man you should not just hold trial on gay blk folks its blk folks in general. There is no need to break us down into tribes cause gay, str, pinstriped or polkadots if they are blk people there will be a whole lot of unnecessary madness.You know we always have to act like we never get enough attemtion and when we do its hyper nuitcase crazy
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-13 05:52:30  
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Do you think Black Pride events are embarrassing? A bunch of Black people shouting: Wakanda Forever What does it accomplish besides Black people being proud of who they are instead of claiming they are half Cherokee

What does black pride have to do with gay pride?



 
Post Posted: 2019-10-13 05:57:28  
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2019-10-12 13:02:32

Do you think Black Pride events are embarrassing? A bunch of Black people shouting: Wakanda Forever What does it accomplish besides Black people being proud of who they are instead of claiming they are half Cherokee

....and all that dumb ass shit you wrote about black pride events DO NOT happen...and if that's what you feel about black people, please help me to understand why people like you hang around sites like we're on geared towards black people and full of black people!?
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-13 06:24:41  
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I feel as if pride is oversimplified and always made to be about sex and partying. I talked to a few colleagues here in dc about the lack of things focused on community-building, charitable work, service-oriented events, and the like and we definitely want to work to bring more cultural informative things to pride. I like alcohol, sex, and drugs for all too but the gay agenda has to include more than that especially when there’s so much work to be done concerning our workplace rights, marital rights, reproductive rights, trans rights, etc.
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-13 06:50:13  
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2019-10-12 13:02:32

Do you think Black Pride events are embarrassing? A bunch of Black people shouting: Wakanda Forever What does it accomplish besides Black people being proud of who they are instead of claiming they are half Cherokee

Where have you ever been to a black pride event? You sure you’re even black?
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-13 07:01:37  
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2019-10-12 13:02:32

I feel as if pride is oversimplified and always made to be about sex and partying. I talked to a few colleagues here in dc about the lack of things focused on community-building, charitable work, service-oriented events, and the like and we definitely want to work to bring more cultural informative things to pride. I like alcohol, sex, and drugs for all too but the gay agenda has to include more than that especially when there’s so much work to be done concerning our workplace rights, marital rights, reproductive rights, trans rights, etc.

I agree it should be more about empowering...
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-13 07:06:55  
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Do you think Black Pride events are embarrassing? A bunch of Black people shouting: Wakanda Forever What does it accomplish besides Black people being proud of who they are instead of claiming they are half Cherokee

2019-10-13 06:50:13

Where have you ever been to a black pride event? You sure you’re even black?

He has no clue about the native americans. The original ones were black. As for science it still only women can have a child. If your great grandmother was full native american. Damn strong chance you part native american whether look totally black or not. Same goes for any other race if the parents or ancestors were of different races. Maybe the guy who you quoted is confused or angry. PLEASE STRAIGHTEN OUT ...THANKS
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-13 07:20:43  
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for everyone that does not participate in gay pride events, i ask you one question:

how are YOU embarrassed by something YOU did not do?

i've been to two pride events in my life. there were some outlandish folks for sure, but there were also healthcare services, political advocacy, chambers of commerce, performing & visual arts, and foodstuffs. it ran the gamut.

dragon con in ATL has some of the more flamboyant aspects there too. women walking around with tits hanging out and men half-naked. and it's not a gay pride event. it's comic books, sci-fi, & pop culture. i think it's a little out of order, but it doesn't embarrass me just because i like star trek.

and, the las vegas strip. that's a whole lot in a little bit of space.

my point is this...i certainly don't choose to be around all those displays of nudity and in your face behaviors, but they do not embarrass me. i'm not doing it so it has NOTHING to do with me.

i don't get embarrassed by what some random Black person does. and you know white people don't associate anything negative one of them does with their entire race. it's perpetuating the plantation mentality to accept responsibility for the actions of others in this regard.
 
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"I have a problem with it being oversexualized. A bunch of gay, whorish, men, half naked showing their goods and falling right into the stereotype that gay men are promiscuous"






All anyone need do to understand just how full of shit you are for making that ridiculous (for your perverted ass) comment is to simply review your non-stop pornographic post history on BGC.

Bitch, you could be the assless chap wearing, back alley dick sucking, Grand Master or drum major of even the raunchiest Gay pride event.



Your depraved-nasty ass
ain't foolin' nobody.
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-14 01:22:42  
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YOU'RE TOO JUDGEY, AS I SUSPECT HARD IN YOURSELF AS WELL...


RELAX.😎
 
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2019-10-12 13:02:32

Do you think Black Pride events are embarrassing? A bunch of Black people shouting: Wakanda Forever What does it accomplish besides Black people being proud of who they are instead of claiming they are half Cherokee

2019-10-13 06:50:13

Where have you ever been to a black pride event? You sure you’re even black?

2019-10-13 09:38:35

You sure you know what sarcasm is?
Acting like gay pride is just about sex is acting like loving that you're black is about saying Wakanda Forever. Being gay is about the right to love someone of the same gender without being condemned for it. Being black and gay aren't comparable. I was showing how silly he sounds. And yes I have been. Also saw white supremacy groups picketing us because black pride threatens the white supremacy system

You need to word your posts so they accurately reflect your thoughts. When you say Black Pride event you sound ridiculous because no one has ever in the history of anything been to a Black Pride event, you have to say Black GAY Pride to provide context cause otherwise we’re all thinking about people wearing leather in the summer and Afros dressed like Huey, riding with the Black Panthers talking about Pan-Africanism and Marcus Garvey.
 
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Yes I am pretty much out but I have zero interest in being around a huge crowd of wild and loud ass gay people who are dancing and prancing down the streets. I don't hate on dudes that do but it's just not my scene. I mean wtf do these pride events really achieve anyways besides stereotyping us and making us look like freaks. To me it seems like just an excuse for hyped up gay folks to have a party, block traffic and be a damn nuisance to the rest of the public. Am I wrong for feeling this way? I know damn well I can't be the only lol

2019-10-12 16:29:22

I think most masculine gay men are embarrassed to be around gay men with female brains.

I’m a masculine gay male with a “female” brain. What we associate with feminine traits and what we consider “female brain” thinking are disparate.
 
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What does any parade do? It sounds like you have a problem with the concept of a parade, not with gay pride parades per se. Gay pride events generally involve a lot more than the parades and it's all a celebration of a part of people's identity. It's celebrating something that we often hide and something, historically, we've always been ashamed of and sorta hated. Participation is obviously not mandatory but it's best to experience it fully before you judge it.

I've been to two new of them in the past and I enjoyed it. It wasn't about sex and shit or about dressing up in rainbows and doing a little strut. I went with my then boyfriend and we saw movies, plays, met people from other cultures that also identify as gay and only came to NY for pride, did some non-profit stuff and found out about all these gay-friendly book stores we had no idea about - still visit some of them to this day. That's only what we did. Way more stuff was going on.

I understand it may not be for everybody but generally the people criticizing the events have no clue what goes on at gay pride. Feels like that's the case here.

This thread is stupid to begin with
 
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2019-10-12 13:02:32

What does any parade do? It sounds like you have a problem with the concept of a parade, not with gay pride parades per se. Gay pride events generally involve a lot more than the parades and it's all a celebration of a part of people's identity. It's celebrating something that we often hide and something, historically, we've always been ashamed of and sorta hated. Participation is obviously not mandatory but it's best to experience it fully before you judge it.

I've been to two new of them in the past and I enjoyed it. It wasn't about sex and shit or about dressing up in rainbows and doing a little strut. I went with my then boyfriend and we saw movies, plays, met people from other cultures that also identify as gay and only came to NY for pride, did some non-profit stuff and found out about all these gay-friendly book stores we had no idea about - still visit some of them to this day. That's only what we did. Way more stuff was going on.

I understand it may not be for everybody but generally the people criticizing the events have no clue what goes on at gay pride. Feels like that's the case here.

2019-10-14 11:54:58

This thread is stupid to begin with

LOL why you say that ? It's just my opinion man.. If you like attending gay events then more power to you man. Sorry to offend
 
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Yes I am pretty much out but I have zero interest in being around a huge crowd of wild and loud ass gay people who are dancing and prancing down the streets. I don't hate on dudes that do but it's just not my scene. I mean wtf do these pride events really achieve anyways besides stereotyping us and making us look like freaks. To me it seems like just an excuse for hyped up gay folks to have a party, block traffic and be a damn nuisance to the rest of the public. Am I wrong for feeling this way? I know damn well I can't be the only lol

Ok, it is a party more so than anythang else.

It's also a bit of a fuck-fest too.

However, as a black mane from Louisiana, who was born in the 70's, I must say that I don't have a problem with nationwide pride days being a bit of either one, because I just ain't the nigga to complain about an annual day of the year to git turnt up, or crunk like we said back in the 90's.

Furthermore, based on some highlights of what I've seen on tv, and online, it ain't wrong to go to Pride parades, because some of the sexiest lookin' people that you've never seen before tend to show up there, and they shole raise the standards of who's sexy to me.

And at last, I'd like to end off by askin' everybody on this blog a question.

"If" yall feel like Pride Day is such a disgrace, and it hasn't been doing anything to get us more equal rights in the LGBTQ community, then what kind of event can be done on an annual basis that's much more "serious" that yall have in mind that's much better for us?
 
Post Posted: 2019-10-15 17:37:23  
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2019-10-12 13:02:32

Do you think Black Pride events are embarrassing? A bunch of Black people shouting: Wakanda Forever What does it accomplish besides Black people being proud of who they are instead of claiming they are half Cherokee

2019-10-13 05:52:30

What does black pride have to do with gay pride?

2019-10-13 09:35:20

It's an example. Straight people say we don't gay pride. White people say we don't need black pride. The way he was talking about gay pride is how a homophobic person would.

That still has nothing to do with having black pride...gay is NOT a race
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