It’s #HeterosexualPrideDay today – and people really aren’t happy

“Hadn’t you heard? It’s Heterosexual Pride Day today – the day for boggle-eyed right wingers to rip the p*ss out of Gay Pride.”

Twitter – #HeterosexualPrideDay

  • This is so good we should do it every day!

    • I’m in!

      • RIGHT NOW?! 😉

      • Too bad heterosexuals don’t have much to celebrate about your lifestyle.

        By the way, most men who molest boys are heterosexual. This has been verified in numerous studies. The majority of men who rape other men are heterosexual and often their actions are considered a hate crime against gays by police.

  • pdxnag

    I don’t get it. A day to celebrate hate for all things normal? (Stated with pride.)

    • Homosexuality is quite normal, so what’s your point?

      • pdxnag

        I am into math. Religious fictions turn me off.

  • moraywatson

    So which is it you want: equality or freedom ? You can’t have both.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Oddly, I have daily experience of my heterosexuality, as well as a wife and four offspring. Pride never seemed to enter the equation.

    • Start demanding cakes.

      You’ll feel better.

      • Justin St.Denis


        Actually, I don’t like cake as a general rule. Now, German “torte” is a whole different story……

        • Now, now.

          Cake serves a purpose.

          It is delicious and comes in a variety of flavours.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I don’t eat cake.
            Here’s why:
            Years ago I worked at this banquet place.
            On Fridays, Saturdays and sometimes Sundays we ate like kings.
            Chicken Kiev, Cordon Bleu, Bacon Wrapped Filet Mignon, Prime Rib, Baron of Beef Buffets.
            The Works.
            It was awesome even if I got food poisoning sometimes from the food sitting in the steam cabinet at the wrong temperature while we finished dinner service.
            Anyway, all the good stuff was gone during the week and the only thing that was left over were the pastries.
            Four days of being broke and only being able to eat pastries.

          • But pastries and cakes are different.

            You need time to heal!

          • dance…dancetotheradio
          • Those confections look good!

        • dance…dancetotheradio

          The last company I worked for used to have cake in the boardroom when we finished a major project.
          I thought what the fuck is wrong with you guys?
          Are you a bunch of fags?
          If I ran the place it would be bourbon and beef jerky.
          Needless to say I must have run counter to that culture because they got rid of me.

      • The irony is that no gay baker has ever refused a wedding cake to a couple because they were heterosexual. I guess we have higher moral standards and more common sense than you do?

        • Still stalking people, eh?

          • Still not learning, eh? Can you recite the famous gay geniuses of history? You couldn’t yesterday. Can you today, eh?

          • Oh, is someone feeling smug as usual?

          • No, I’m feeling like an educator, once again. After all, it wasn’t me that couldn’t think of a famous gay person beyond Elton John. That was you, eh?

  • Editor

    “. . . people really aren’t happy.” Is the LGBT community ever really happy?

    • We gays would be happier if we lived in a world that wasn’t so hostile and ignorant towards us. In short: when will the heterosexual community grow up?

      • Editor

        I would suggest “the world” would be less hostile and ignorant if you just went about your day, without a huge chip on your shoulder, not looking for trivial stuff to get offended about. The vast majority of people don’t have any issue with gays shopping, gays working, gays mowing their lawn, gays watching tv. Eternally offended gays, hectoring people who don’t give a damn about their sexual preference, in a condescending, accusatory fashion helps no one.

  • YAY!

    I’m going to wear clothes all day and not demand cakes:

    • Justin St.Denis

      I’ll join you!

  • ontario john

    I guess feminist Trudeau won’t be attending with his pretty beads.

    • No. It’s not gay enough.

      • vwVwwVwv

        Hi, now i found you here and this is the place for politics! 😉

        • And maybe a recipe exchange! 🙂

          • vwVwwVwv

            for islam there is one recipe, the OLD japanese one,
            a border between you and islam, be vigilant
            and intolerant defending it, or
            face nightmare coming
            over your nation.

            TFB hates when you talk politics there. 😉

          • There is also the Crusades recipe.

          • vwVwwVwv

            well as a jew crusaders made strange stuff with jews, funny games
            like football (with a jewish head) or barbique with us as
            main dish, and the other usual stuff like
            killing rapeing maiming….
            so i do not like the crusades and they did it wrong, leaving the
            koranimals in the country, working with them…..
            in the end they lost everything.

            when the first schogun closed japan up no one was allowed to
            enter. no discussion, no special agreements for few,
            simple no and no was no.
            it saved japan drug wars, colonialism, missionarism and other
            disgusting things. we have talked about the
            horror china walked thrue, japan
            was saved of all this
            by hideioshi and tokuhava ieyasu.

          • Well, Japan is different now.

            Fewer public beheadings.

          • vwVwwVwv

            i was in japan as a 15 jear old teen, it was in conection with
            martial arts, i can say i was deeply impressed but
            had no knowledg on nothing, teens
            have other stuff in mind.

            i havent seen lot, mostly dojos and litle man turning in
            goliats when jumme was heared. i came there as a wrestler
            and judoca and they taught me that not victory is the aim
            of competition and training rather perfection.
            for georgian wrestlers a turn in
            mind to rather lose a
            fight doing the
            technik right. i allwas wanted to go once again but life
            is a bitch and god lauughs about plans. 😉

            sometimes public beheading is great if the crime is big enough…

          • I was there for the history.

            They also have beer gardens.

          • vwVwwVwv

            sake will do and japanese gardens are marvelous,
            this i can remember well, as if each leave
            is placed intentionaly and the
            plants follow the gardeners comand, evan sun and wind.
            now this was 30 years back, now it must be,
            i wuld beter understand where i am.

          • Zen gardens can work with gravel.

          • vwVwwVwv

            😀 palaces can be made out of bricks.

            art is makeing something out of nothing.


          • Well, Zen gardens achieve that.

          • vwVwwVwv

            what will save canada, once you have 1 million muslims,
            and this goes fast you have a explosion of growth
            in this comunity, intermarrying outside,
            bringing masses of family in,
            earning with it, corrupting, incapsulateing, pushing
            out and away….

            realy, with humanitarian tools of today, its
            lost to islamic claws. its a question
            of time. we have no time.

          • If only the Trudeaus could experience what they inflict on everyone else.

          • vwVwwVwv

            see i am so far away from canada, i never was there, you can
            tell me anything i wuld belive you. i have no idea more than
            movis of unbelivable nature and space and wow.
            i know islam well, they allways do the
            same but today we are not
            vigilant and no more

            i can just say globaly something, if you are infected it will be
            bloody till you fight bach or fade away.

          • I think I’ll stand my ground.

            All my stuff is here.

          • vwVwwVwv

            you will need a agenda, a “tribe” and you have to organise.
            good luck. you will need it desperatly if after trudeau
            follows one loonatic more canada is
            finished and overpopulated.

          • Why not leave all the unwashed masses at Trudeau’s place?

            He’ll know what to do with them.

          • vwVwwVwv

            as i mention, canada is something i know from TV.
            its like asking you how to solve the problem of abchasia.
            i have family in toronto but i hardly know them.
            you just have to get intolerant.
            they will demand a lot,
            wait and see. 😉

          • Toronto is a cesspool.

            I would worry about other parts of Canada.

          • vwVwwVwv

            i wuld have sayd it in europe of the 80’s to.
            you beter take it seriouse.

          • One has to take it seriously.

          • vwVwwVwv

            now i am curiouse

          • Go to Nagasaki.

            Worth the visit.

          • vwVwwVwv

            this was no crusade, the numre of knihts in the bigest crusade wuld make a asian state laugh, i am not sure if china wuld recognise them as a army at all. 😉

            nagasaki was, i have not apropriate words for my english is humbling.

          • Shimabara Rebellion.

            That is what I have to say.


          • vwVwwVwv

            and your position on it? (this history is new for me)
            in my opinion the brutal war saved japan from colonialism.
            in all other places where jesuits “worked” outsidia the
            christian world colonialists followed
            the missionars.

            we still may not forget it was a pesant revolt and japanese
            fought japanese on japanese way and rules.
            japan has a hard history and
            damn hard teachers.

          • There were two opposing forces for the hermit kingdom to contend with: the Catholic missionaries and European traders (Portuguese, Spanish, Dutch, eventually British and American). Then one had to deal with samurais who would use either or both for their own ends. The missionaries just wanted to convert people. The traders were sometimes craven and cut-throat. The Dutch benefitted from the persecution of Christians, both Japanese and European. People like Hideyoshi tolerated missionaries and traders as long as they benefitted him. Many Japanese realised that the future of Japan relied on its being an open country with new ideas and trade. When the shogunate (the class of samurais) was overthrown in 1868, Japan was open for business. It avoided the falls of other Asian countries by keeping a close eye on Europeans.

            That’s it in a nutshell.

          • vwVwwVwv

            in a nutshell yes but the shoguunat was realy ovethrown, they step aside as i know. confronted with western weapons and western
            technology the samurai was no guardian of japan any more.

            they literaly where the last knights and no sword, no
            armor is a match for units of soldiers with guns and bayonets.

            for my opinion, watching what mission did all over the world,
            missionarys reach a certan place and convert some people,
            the most opressed ones, than traders come to help.
            they bring arms, new pandemies and setlers
            with them. the setlers are mostly from
            the low class of the forein
            countrys. people with nothing to loose and much to gain,
            soon they opress the converts and behave as the scum
            of the world what provokes resistance leading to
            western military campains.
            mission was a weapon and demolishes cultures.

            once a culture is lost it never comes back.

          • In Japan’s case, it worked.

            The Japanese never lost their culture. Their keeping the Muslims out is one sign of that.