Canadian taxpayers are helping to foot the bill for a mass orgy for the disabled this August — dubbed a ‘world first’ — where people in wheelchairs can engage in acts of “sex and nudity” so that their “desires can be fulfilled and fantasies can be explored.”
An entrance fee of $20 brings the disabled person into an atmosphere where one can “indulge in their fantasies, enjoy intimacy with their partner and socialize with like-minded individuals.” The theatre hosting the event has room for 125 people.
The orgy, titled “Deliciously Disabled,” is planned for August 14, two days before the end of the Parapan American Games, which are being held this year in Toronto. To raise awareness of the event, artist Brent Ray Fraser has filmed himself painting a “#DeliciouslyDisabled” sign using his male reproductive organ.
Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, a “queer liberation”/LGBTQ activist organization hosting the event, is heavily subsidized, receiving over a million dollars from the federal, provincial, and municipal governments since 2011.
Homosexual news outlets are defending a sexually suggestive video of a young boy grinding and twerking — to the applause of drag queens and LGBTQ revelers — at a ‘Gay Pride’ parade that allegedly took place this summer in Brazil.