And right out in front of God and everybody, too:
According to the sourcelink, the ever-growing number of hockey players who are pushing back against NHL’s “Pride Nights” and refusing to wear LGBTQIA++++++++++++ themed jerseys, is causing the league to “re-evaluate” such events.
This is a good thing, and good on the players who’ve refused on principle to be forced to show “pride” in something that warrants absolutely no pride whatsoever. If you feel pride over the specific genitals you prefer your genitals coming into contact with, you’re a crazy person. It’s just that simple.
I added the emphasis.
How on Earth did this “pride” BS get started? You cannot justly be proud of anything that’s not your personal achievement. You did not “achieve” your race. You did not “achieve” your ethnicity. And unless homosexuals have been lying this whole time, you did not “achieve” your sexual orientation. So what’s the deal?
I suspect that beneath the “pride” nonsense is something deeper: a profound sense of low worth, owing to a personal irrelevance to others’ lives. If you have nothing to offer others – that they’ll happily accept, that is – then you mean nothing to them. Your existence is “socially optional.” Your role in others’ lives is minimum, possibly confined to your participation in the congestion on our roads.
But if you have anything to offer that others value – even if it’s just your friendship and emotional support – you have something to be proud of. Take pride in that! Work on increasing and broadening it! And get your BLEEP!ing flags and rainbow jerseys off our hockey rinks!
It is all just a different variation of “don’t be the first one to stop applauding”.
“Pride” comes from that place deep within the perverts where they know that nothing about their lifestyle is worthy of being proud of.
I’ve generally opposed the concept of Pride with regard to LGBT for basically the reason given. Pride in being something you are intrinsically, is fine. Parading it, expressing it, seems pretty narcissistic. And given the over the top behavior often associated with it, pretty ugly.
thank you for this, brother Fran. Many of us, when “pride came to hockey” have prayed; most especially for the young Russian skaters who said “no, it is against what I believe and my religion teaches”; that this madness of trans-ness would end. When the young man (of the Flyers or Pens, I believe) simply said “no”; he was escoriated by the press, who said “he should be suspended” and his team “fined a million dollars”. Many of “us” as hockey fans are believers, and applaud their stands on what is good and true and right. “Trans” is a mental illness, the intelligence test shall be if they stay quiet and seek help, or stay loud and reap the whirlwind.
Now, on to the playoffs.