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Posted: 6/15/2009 4:14:48 AM EST
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=100806

Kids attend prom from 'sexual hell'
You won't believe how children as young as 12 years old partied

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Posted: June 12, 2009
10:50 pm Eastern

By Chelsea Schilling
© 2009 WorldNetDaily


Note: This story contains material that readers might consider graphic and offensive.

Family advocates are outraged by a prom held at Boston City Hall that was open to children apparently as young as 12 featuring crossdressers, homosexual heavy petting, suspected drug use and a leather-clad doorman who teaches sexual bondage classes.

Children from middle schools and high schools across Massachusetts on May 9 attended a Youth Pride Day event ending with a prom inside of Boston City Hall sponsored by the Boston Alliance of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Youth, or BAGLY, a group seated on the Massachusetts Commission for GLBT Youth.

Boston Mayor Thomas Menino issued a proclamation welcoming homosexual and transgender youth to the celebration. A man in drag introduced a homosexual activist from Menino's office to read the letter. A video of that proclamation is below.

MassResistance, an organization that describes itself as a pro-family action center, sent a 20-year-old college student named Max to the prom to take pictures and learn more about what Massachusetts children were doing there.


Brian Camenker of MassResistance said Max was astonished by the number of children who appeared to be between 12 and 14 years old.

"They look pretty darn young," Camenker told WND. "He said there were a lot of middle school kids there. It really bothered him."

The day's events began with a transgender Elvis and a parade. Attendees were given condoms and pro-homosexual material such as a bookmark for kids on how to get involved with several homosexual groups and "Transgender Rights Now" stickers. Then many children attended the prom that evening at City Hall.

"I remained in the building for an hour and a half and found the events inside disturbing, depraved and outright criminal," Max reported. "The line included kids wearing the rainbow regalia of the gay movement, teenage boys wearing dresses and high heels, hugging their 'boyfriends,' extremely young looking girls, not much older than 14 or 15, with 'Out and Proud' inscribed in rainbow letters on the front of their T-shirts."

Max continued, "On the flower pots and stairs leading up to the subway entrance, I saw dozens of kids aged 12-17 smoking cigarettes and making out with each other."

He said three middle-aged lesbians with military haircuts shouted from megaphones at the more than 300 youth attendees in line for the event. They barked: "If we find you bringing alcohol, you're going home!"; "Don't have sex on the dance floor!" and "Are you ready to party?"

Two men helped the lesbians herd youth into City Hall. One of the men reportedly wore exceptionally tight pants and eyeliner while calling the children "sweetie" and everything around him "fabulous." The other man wore leather bondage gear.

While BAGLY advertised the event for youth 22 and younger, Max said identification was not checked – even for people who were obviously older than 22.


"Why would 22-year-olds be mingling with 14 and 15-year-olds?" Camenker asked, troubled by the details of the event. "As we saw, they pay no attention to any age limit at all. It was full of all of these strange adults."

A doorman, with a Mr. Boston Leather sash, had BAGLY's official chaperone credentials around his neck, Camenker noted. He identified himself as a "leather BDSM (bondage discipline and sado-masochism) fetishist" and handed out business cards to youth.

His card asked, "What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?"

Mr. Boston Leather's MySpace profile describes him as a single, middle-aged gay male who attends spanking parties and waxes for leather dancing events.

"Starting in April I am teaching month BDSM classes at the MALE Center in Boston, and I will be running an event called Kinky Kamp ... in Upstate New York at Easton Mountain Retreat Center," it states.


Max said he also saw a prominent transsexual activist who specializes in recruiting middle and high school children enter the building.

Despite its announcement stating,"Do not bring drugs, weapons, or alcohol into the space, and do not come to the space under the influence of drugs or alcohol," Max said no measures were taken to stop anyone from sneaking prohibited items into the building.

He entered City Hall as two floors shook with earsplitting music and began taking numerous photographs of the event. Max spotted teen homosexual couples, with hair painted rainbow colors, making out in almost every corner of the room.

As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors.

"The intention of these individuals, and of the entire event, is made plain by the slogans on those shirts," he noted.


Max moved into a smoking section where he claims he saw people of all ages smoking cigarettes and marijuana.

"Chaperones clearly witnessed these things occurring but did nothing to stop them," he wrote of his experience.

"He said that there was absolutely, definitely marijuana," Camenker told WND. "We have a picture. … He said that here was no question that the girl in his picture was smoking marijuana. A ton of people around her – that whole area of the room – just reeked of marijuana smoke."

WND contacted the Boston Police Department to ask whether officers on duty were aware of attendees smoking marijuana.

Boston Police Department spokeswoman Elaine Driscoll said, "We don't have any reports on that."


Boston City Hall spokesman Nick Martin reviewed the photos with Driscoll and told WND, "There were both City Hall security on hand and also undercover Boston police officers. The allegations in terms of smoking both cigarettes and marijuana are unfounded. City Hall has hosted the event for at least 15 years and never ran into issues of that sort."

He said such illicit behavior would never be tolerated.

"People can make allegations about anything they want. The individual who claims that the person was holding paraphernalia might have an agenda of their own," Martin said. "But, as far as we are concerned, there weren't any problems with the event."


Camenker told WND this event takes place every year and the state of Massachusetts originally budgeted $850,000 last year for the Massachusetts Commission for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Youth. He said members, such as BAGLY, usually receive funding from that commission. However, that funding for the homosexual lobby was later slashed as part of an effort to cut costs in response to the state's budget shortfall.

The Massachusetts Commission for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Youth sponsors programs in public schools such as Gay-Straight Alliance clubs, he noted.

"The kids are contacted and brought in through this network of Gay-Straight Alliance clubs and the money that funds that," he said. "There are also buses that often bring kids in. We're not sure if they used buses this year, but they usually do. That's basically how the kids get there."

Camenker said he objects to the city hosting the event at City Hall and sanctioning it by providing a taxpayer-funded police presence.

Another spokeswoman with Boston City Hall property and Construction Management Department told WND the prom was funded entirely by BAGLY and that the group received no special discounts on its use of the City Hall building.

After his experience, Max said it is difficult for anyone who has never attended such an event to truly grasp the "perversion and disturbing nature" of the prom hosted by the city and welcomed by the mayor.

"As a young person who has been exposed to many disturbing things within today's youth culture, I believed I was prepared to deal with what I saw at the 2009 BAGLY Prom," Max wrote.

"Minutes after entering the event, I discovered that I was not."

Camenker agreed that the affair was shocking.

"This stuff doesn't happen by accident. You don't have these kinds of really weird people around these kids by accident. These guys actually think that this is what these kids should be experiencing," he said.

"This movement has an obsession with kids, and there are no boundaries. It's worse than anybody thought."

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 4:21:19 AM EST
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 4:27:40 AM EST
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH






This. And well said.


Link Posted: 6/15/2009 4:31:31 AM EST
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


My baby ain't done nuffin!
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 4:32:47 AM EST
You said "lil" in the thread title.

That ain't hetero.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 4:33:11 AM EST
Originally Posted By Shooter42:
http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=100806

Kids attend prom from 'sexual hell'
You won't believe how children as young as 12 years old partied

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Posted: June 12, 2009
10:50 pm Eastern

By Chelsea Schilling
© 2009 WorldNetDaily
Snip

A doorman, with a Mr. Boston Leather sash, had BAGLY's official chaperone credentials around his neck, Camenker noted. He identified himself as a "leather BDSM (bondage discipline and sado-masochism) fetishist" and handed out business cards to youth.

His card asked, "What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?"

Mr. Boston Leather's MySpace profile describes him as a single, middle-aged gay male who attends spanking parties and waxes for leather dancing events.

"Starting in April I am teaching month BDSM classes at the MALE Center in Boston, and I will be running an event called Kinky Kamp ... in Upstate New York at Easton Mountain Retreat Center," it states.


Max said he also saw a prominent transsexual activist who specializes in recruiting middle and high school children enter the building.

Snip



Come to think of it, has anyone seen Aimless around lately?
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 4:34:04 AM EST
And people keep saying that perverts don't want to recruit our kids.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 4:38:15 AM EST
Originally Posted By Swindle1984:
And people keep saying that perverts don't want to recruit our kids.


Just like gun manufacturers make guns to sell on the street to drug dealer......must be true cause Brady Co says so.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:02:29 AM EST
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


Well, just to play Devils Advocate.

1. It was portrayed as a "prom". If my kid tells me "I'm going to the prom with some of the kids" I'm thinking traditional prom. Kids are sneaky.

2. The reason they are sneaky is due to peer pressure. " Everyone ELSE is going".

3. The "aww dad, you are so out of step with todays world, they teach us in school that this is normal, quit being a dinosaur and accept this" (undermining the values you are trying to teach)

I did when my kids were young (grown now) look into the specifics of WHO is hosting the "prom". But I could see why a parent would think, especially in June, that the event was an actual prom (although I've also read some stories about traditional proms that make me cringe).

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:11:53 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


Well, just to play Devils Advocate.

1. It was portrayed as a "prom". If my kid tells me "I'm going to the prom with some of the kids" I'm thinking traditional prom. Kids are sneaky.

2. The reason they are sneaky is due to peer pressure. " Everyone ELSE is going".

3. The "aww dad, you are so out of step with todays world, they teach us in school that this is normal, quit being a dinosaur and accept this" (undermining the values you are trying to teach)

I did when my kids were young (grown now) look into the specifics of WHO is hosting the "prom". But I could see why a parent would think, especially in June, that the event was an actual prom (although I've also read some stories about traditional proms that make me cringe).



It isn't portrayed as a "prom"...it is a prom for LGBT kids [that they have had for awhile] and I sure that all the people in the area and in school know about. Plus do you really think some str8 kid is going to get caught dead at anything gay...come on.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:15:11 AM EST
Massachusetts is a state. It is a piece of land. There are no "gay states."
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:18:34 AM EST
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


Well, just to play Devils Advocate.

1. It was portrayed as a "prom". If my kid tells me "I'm going to the prom with some of the kids" I'm thinking traditional prom. Kids are sneaky.

2. The reason they are sneaky is due to peer pressure. " Everyone ELSE is going".

3. The "aww dad, you are so out of step with todays world, they teach us in school that this is normal, quit being a dinosaur and accept this" (undermining the values you are trying to teach)

I did when my kids were young (grown now) look into the specifics of WHO is hosting the "prom". But I could see why a parent would think, especially in June, that the event was an actual prom (although I've also read some stories about traditional proms that make me cringe).



It isn't portrayed as a "prom"...it is a prom for LGBT kids [that they have had for awhile] and I sure that all the people in the area and in school know about. Plus do you really think some str8 kid is going to get caught dead at anything gay...come on.



"Children from middle schools and high schools across Massachusetts on May 9 attended a Youth Pride Day event ending with a prom inside of Boston City Hall.."

How is that not portrayed as a prom?

"All the people know" is a very broad statement. As stated, kids "bend the truth"

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:20:08 AM EST
[Last Edit: 6/15/2009 5:20:21 AM EST by 2theLeft]
The adults are gay, not child molesters..
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:22:17 AM EST
Why would 22-year-olds be mingling with 14 and 15-year-olds?" Camenker asked, troubled by the details of the event. "As we saw, they pay no attention to any age limit at all. It was full of all of these strange adults."


Well Camenker....why did you send a 20 yr old named Max to the gay prom?


I wonder if poor old Max turns gay....if he can sue MassRestance.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:22:54 AM EST
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
The adults are gay, not child molesters..


I'd have a problem with hetro adults attending a prom for kids doing a little recruiting while they are there.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:23:10 AM EST
[Last Edit: 6/15/2009 5:25:36 AM EST by BangStick1]
I'm really starting to think Liberals are just a bunch of gays and pedophiles just waiting for the day gov't sanctions their actions
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:24:16 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


Well, just to play Devils Advocate.

1. It was portrayed as a "prom". If my kid tells me "I'm going to the prom with some of the kids" I'm thinking traditional prom. Kids are sneaky.

2. The reason they are sneaky is due to peer pressure. " Everyone ELSE is going".

3. The "aww dad, you are so out of step with todays world, they teach us in school that this is normal, quit being a dinosaur and accept this" (undermining the values you are trying to teach)

I did when my kids were young (grown now) look into the specifics of WHO is hosting the "prom". But I could see why a parent would think, especially in June, that the event was an actual prom (although I've also read some stories about traditional proms that make me cringe).



It isn't portrayed as a "prom"...it is a prom for LGBT kids [that they have had for awhile] and I sure that all the people in the area and in school know about. Plus do you really think some str8 kid is going to get caught dead at anything gay...come on.



"Children from middle schools and high schools across Massachusetts on May 9 attended a Youth Pride Day event ending with a prom inside of Boston City Hall.."

How is that not portrayed as a prom?

"All the people know" is a very broad statement. As stated, kids "bend the truth"



I would think the BIG rainbow outside the building would have gave it away....
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:27:59 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


Well, just to play Devils Advocate.

1. It was portrayed as a "prom". If my kid tells me "I'm going to the prom with some of the kids" I'm thinking traditional prom. Kids are sneaky.

No boyfriend, no prom. Go chop firewood.

2. The reason they are sneaky is due to peer pressure. " Everyone ELSE is going".

Everyone else listens to their dad. Go chop firewood.

3. The "aww dad, you are so out of step with todays world, they teach us in school that this is normal, quit being a dinosaur and accept this" (undermining the values you are trying to teach)

Dinosaurs can't start fires. I can. Now load the firewood you chopped into the truck next to the dynamite. We're going to the school after all.

I did when my kids were young (grown now) look into the specifics of WHO is hosting the "prom". But I could see why a parent would think, especially in June, that the event was an actual prom (although I've also read some stories about traditional proms that make me cringe).



I don't hate children –– just the ones that aren't mine. I intend on consistently reminding her of how much better she is than her peers because she's not the losers they are. They can't understand geometry. She can hit a target from 1000 yards. Fuck 'em.

_MaH
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:28:16 AM EST
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


Well, just to play Devils Advocate.

1. It was portrayed as a "prom". If my kid tells me "I'm going to the prom with some of the kids" I'm thinking traditional prom. Kids are sneaky.

2. The reason they are sneaky is due to peer pressure. " Everyone ELSE is going".

3. The "aww dad, you are so out of step with todays world, they teach us in school that this is normal, quit being a dinosaur and accept this" (undermining the values you are trying to teach)

I did when my kids were young (grown now) look into the specifics of WHO is hosting the "prom". But I could see why a parent would think, especially in June, that the event was an actual prom (although I've also read some stories about traditional proms that make me cringe).



It isn't portrayed as a "prom"...it is a prom for LGBT kids [that they have had for awhile] and I sure that all the people in the area and in school know about. Plus do you really think some str8 kid is going to get caught dead at anything gay...come on.



"Children from middle schools and high schools across Massachusetts on May 9 attended a Youth Pride Day event ending with a prom inside of Boston City Hall.."

How is that not portrayed as a prom?

"All the people know" is a very broad statement. As stated, kids "bend the truth"



I would think the BIG rainbow outside the building would have gave it away....


You might be amazed that a number of people actually think a picture of a rainbow is actually nothing more than.....a picture of a rainbow.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:29:19 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
The adults are gay, not child molesters..


I'd have a problem with hetro adults attending a prom for kids doing a little recruiting while they are there.



In general aren't chaperones supposed to be.......adults?

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:30:50 AM EST
Second thread in a row that gets:

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:31:12 AM EST
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


Well, just to play Devils Advocate.

1. It was portrayed as a "prom". If my kid tells me "I'm going to the prom with some of the kids" I'm thinking traditional prom. Kids are sneaky.

No boyfriend, no prom. Go chop firewood.

2. The reason they are sneaky is due to peer pressure. " Everyone ELSE is going".

Everyone else listens to their dad. Go chop firewood.

3. The "aww dad, you are so out of step with todays world, they teach us in school that this is normal, quit being a dinosaur and accept this" (undermining the values you are trying to teach)

Dinosaurs can't start fires. I can. Now load the firewood you chopped into the truck next to the dynamite. We're going to the school after all.

I did when my kids were young (grown now) look into the specifics of WHO is hosting the "prom". But I could see why a parent would think, especially in June, that the event was an actual prom (although I've also read some stories about traditional proms that make me cringe).



I don't hate children –– just the ones that aren't mine. I intend on consistently reminding her of how much better she is than her peers because she's not the losers they are. They can't understand geometry. She can hit a target from 1000 yards. Fuck 'em.

_MaH




The part in red sounds very much like what I said to my kids. You know what the strange thing (ok, not really strange) is though? 1. They both thank me for what I did/said. 2. They are totally "out of step" with most in their generation. They are the "oddball" because they have traditional values.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:31:30 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


Well, just to play Devils Advocate.

1. It was portrayed as a "prom". If my kid tells me "I'm going to the prom with some of the kids" I'm thinking traditional prom. Kids are sneaky.

2. The reason they are sneaky is due to peer pressure. " Everyone ELSE is going".

3. The "aww dad, you are so out of step with todays world, they teach us in school that this is normal, quit being a dinosaur and accept this" (undermining the values you are trying to teach)

I did when my kids were young (grown now) look into the specifics of WHO is hosting the "prom". But I could see why a parent would think, especially in June, that the event was an actual prom (although I've also read some stories about traditional proms that make me cringe).



It isn't portrayed as a "prom"...it is a prom for LGBT kids [that they have had for awhile] and I sure that all the people in the area and in school know about. Plus do you really think some str8 kid is going to get caught dead at anything gay...come on.



"Children from middle schools and high schools across Massachusetts on May 9 attended a Youth Pride Day event ending with a prom inside of Boston City Hall.."

How is that not portrayed as a prom?

"All the people know" is a very broad statement. As stated, kids "bend the truth"



I would think the BIG rainbow outside the building would have gave it away....


You might be amazed that a number of people actually think a picture of a rainbow is actually nothing more than.....a picture of a rainbow.



I'm sure that the parents and kids of the Boston area......know what a Pride rainbow looks like.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:31:57 AM EST


Liberals....enough said.

I'd like to think most good conservatives have already left that state.
The only good thing to come out of Massachusetts in the last few years is my M&P 9 pistol.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:32:14 AM EST
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
The adults are gay, not child molesters..


I'd have a problem with hetro adults attending a prom for kids doing a little recruiting while they are there.



In general aren't chaperones supposed to be.......adults?



Chaperones are supposed to be RESPONSIBLE adults. Not adults that are looking for "fresh meat"

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:33:19 AM EST
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


Well, just to play Devils Advocate.

1. It was portrayed as a "prom". If my kid tells me "I'm going to the prom with some of the kids" I'm thinking traditional prom. Kids are sneaky.

2. The reason they are sneaky is due to peer pressure. " Everyone ELSE is going".

3. The "aww dad, you are so out of step with todays world, they teach us in school that this is normal, quit being a dinosaur and accept this" (undermining the values you are trying to teach)

I did when my kids were young (grown now) look into the specifics of WHO is hosting the "prom". But I could see why a parent would think, especially in June, that the event was an actual prom (although I've also read some stories about traditional proms that make me cringe).



It isn't portrayed as a "prom"...it is a prom for LGBT kids [that they have had for awhile] and I sure that all the people in the area and in school know about. Plus do you really think some str8 kid is going to get caught dead at anything gay...come on.



"Children from middle schools and high schools across Massachusetts on May 9 attended a Youth Pride Day event ending with a prom inside of Boston City Hall.."

How is that not portrayed as a prom?

"All the people know" is a very broad statement. As stated, kids "bend the truth"



I would think the BIG rainbow outside the building would have gave it away....


You might be amazed that a number of people actually think a picture of a rainbow is actually nothing more than.....a picture of a rainbow.



I'm sure that the parents and kids of the Boston area......know what a Pride rainbow looks like.



Ok, as long as YOU'RE sure then we are good to go.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:34:02 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
The adults are gay, not child molesters..


I'd have a problem with hetro adults attending a prom for kids doing a little recruiting while they are there.



In general aren't chaperones supposed to be.......adults?



Chaperones are supposed to be RESPONSIBLE adults. Not adults that are looking for "fresh meat"





Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:35:59 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By mhoffman:
Hold on.

Parents who either (1) allow their children to go to events like this, (supervised or unsupervised), or (2) don't bother keeping tabs on their children anyway...

...are surprised, even outraged, by this?



Ron White was dead right. You can't fix stupid.

_MaH


Well, just to play Devils Advocate.

1. It was portrayed as a "prom". If my kid tells me "I'm going to the prom with some of the kids" I'm thinking traditional prom. Kids are sneaky.

2. The reason they are sneaky is due to peer pressure. " Everyone ELSE is going".

3. The "aww dad, you are so out of step with todays world, they teach us in school that this is normal, quit being a dinosaur and accept this" (undermining the values you are trying to teach)

I did when my kids were young (grown now) look into the specifics of WHO is hosting the "prom". But I could see why a parent would think, especially in June, that the event was an actual prom (although I've also read some stories about traditional proms that make me cringe).



It isn't portrayed as a "prom"...it is a prom for LGBT kids [that they have had for awhile] and I sure that all the people in the area and in school know about. Plus do you really think some str8 kid is going to get caught dead at anything gay...come on.



"Children from middle schools and high schools across Massachusetts on May 9 attended a Youth Pride Day event ending with a prom inside of Boston City Hall.."

How is that not portrayed as a prom?

"All the people know" is a very broad statement. As stated, kids "bend the truth"



I would think the BIG rainbow outside the building would have gave it away....


You might be amazed that a number of people actually think a picture of a rainbow is actually nothing more than.....a picture of a rainbow.



I'm sure that the parents and kids of the Boston area......know what a Pride rainbow looks like.



Ok, as long as YOU'RE sure then we are good to go.



Doesn't matter what I'm sure about...the people of Boston and the parents of the kids are sure about it.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:36:27 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:


Ok, as long as YOU'RE sure then we are good to go.



Oh for fucks' sake.. He can't have an opinion?? I'm pretty damn sure he's an expert..
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:36:34 AM EST
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
The adults are gay, not child molesters..


I'd have a problem with hetro adults attending a prom for kids doing a little recruiting while they are there.



In general aren't chaperones supposed to be.......adults?



Chaperones are supposed to be RESPONSIBLE adults. Not adults that are looking for "fresh meat"







"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

BTW, how "stoned" are you?


Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:37:44 AM EST
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:


Ok, as long as YOU'RE sure then we are good to go.



Oh for fucks' sake.. He can't have an opinion?? I'm pretty damn sure he's an expert..


An expert and speaks on behalf of ALL the people in the Boston area!

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:37:51 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
The adults are gay, not child molesters..


I'd have a problem with hetro adults attending a prom for kids doing a little recruiting while they are there.



In general aren't chaperones supposed to be.......adults?



Chaperones are supposed to be RESPONSIBLE adults. Not adults that are looking for "fresh meat"



Will you please point out to me in the article WHERE EXACTLY it says a "child" was touched inappropriately??
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:39:53 AM EST
Originally Posted By Swindle1984:
And people keep saying that perverts don't want to recruit our kids.


Yeah, I have an ironic bumper sticker that says "right wing extremist". I'm just making fun of people who make me out to be some sort of awful threat. The people wearing the "Recruiter" shirts were looking for gullible reactions. They got one out of you.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:40:02 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:


Ok, as long as YOU'RE sure then we are good to go.



Oh for fucks' sake.. He can't have an opinion?? I'm pretty damn sure he's an expert..


An expert and speaks on behalf of ALL the people in the Boston area!



You would think living in OR, you would be much more accepting of alternative lifestyles.. They aren't fucking in your bed, I fail to see the problem..
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:40:50 AM EST
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
The adults are gay, not child molesters..


I'd have a problem with hetro adults attending a prom for kids doing a little recruiting while they are there.



In general aren't chaperones supposed to be.......adults?



Chaperones are supposed to be RESPONSIBLE adults. Not adults that are looking for "fresh meat"



Will you please point out to me in the article WHERE EXACTLY it says a "child" was touched inappropriately??


Do you read and comprehend? I said "recruiting"

"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

I suppose next you'll say they were Army recruiters.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:41:18 AM EST
Originally Posted By retgarr:
Originally Posted By Swindle1984:
And people keep saying that perverts don't want to recruit our kids.


Yeah, I have an ironic bumper sticker that says "right wing extremist". I'm just making fun of people who make me out to be some sort of awful threat. The people wearing the "Recruiter" shirts were looking for gullible reactions. They got one out of you.


Well said!!
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:42:24 AM EST
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:


Ok, as long as YOU'RE sure then we are good to go.



Oh for fucks' sake.. He can't have an opinion?? I'm pretty damn sure he's an expert..


An expert and speaks on behalf of ALL the people in the Boston area!



You would think living in OR, you would be much more accepting of alternative lifestyles.. They aren't fucking in your bed, I fail to see the problem..


LOL. Do not equate geographical location with "accepting". Our county doesn't vote (D) generally. We are a bunch of rednecks hiding out from the Portland crowd.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:43:26 AM EST
[Last Edit: 6/15/2009 6:27:17 AM EST by DK-Prof]
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:45:36 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
The adults are gay, not child molesters..


I'd have a problem with hetro adults attending a prom for kids doing a little recruiting while they are there.



In general aren't chaperones supposed to be.......adults?



Chaperones are supposed to be RESPONSIBLE adults. Not adults that are looking for "fresh meat"







"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

BTW, how "stoned" are you?




Oh...you mean Max the 20yr old antigay group rep? The tee shirt is a joke we gay people make at the people like...well you actually. If your at a LGBT prom in the first place....do you really think you'd need to be recruited?

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:46:53 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:

Do you read and comprehend? I said "recruiting"

"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

I suppose next you'll say they were Army recruiters.



I only get let out of the kitchen every once in awhile, but yes I can read and comprehend that people were wearing shirts!! THANK THE GOOD LORD!! Otherwise...... you might..........OMG....... see........................MAN NIPPLE!! Oh, TEH NOES!!

I can wear a shirt that says anything I want.. BFD..
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:58:09 AM EST
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:

Do you read and comprehend? I said "recruiting"

"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

I suppose next you'll say they were Army recruiters.



I only get let out of the kitchen every once in awhile, but yes I can read and comprehend that people were wearing shirts!! THANK THE GOOD LORD!! Otherwise...... you might..........OMG....... see........................MAN NIPPLE!! Oh, TEH NOES!!

I can wear a shirt that says anything I want.. BFD..


You do realize that you actually can't wear anything you want on a t-shirt, right? That "free speech" does have its limits?

In this instance I have NO PROBLEM with consenting adults doing whatever the hell they want to. When adults start recruiting minors, then yes I have an issue with it.

You can say "oh it's just a inside joke" or whatever else to mitigate it, but as I said, I have a problem with recruiters targeting underage children.

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 5:58:39 AM EST

This article reeks of opinion reporting "truly grasp the perversion and disturbing nature [of the party]" is very biased. There are quite a few things in there obviously meant to horrify that I don't find perverted or disturbing at all.

As a conservative this "the state of Massachusetts originally budgeted $850,000 last year for the Massachusetts Commission for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Youth" is what I find obscene and disturbing. That a state should be funding something like this just isn't right. It should be funded privately. No orginization like this should receive such funding, not the Boy Scouts, not a church group, not lgbt youth either.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 6:00:39 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:

Do you read and comprehend? I said "recruiting"

"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

I suppose next you'll say they were Army recruiters.



I only get let out of the kitchen every once in awhile, but yes I can read and comprehend that people were wearing shirts!! THANK THE GOOD LORD!! Otherwise...... you might..........OMG....... see........................MAN NIPPLE!! Oh, TEH NOES!!

I can wear a shirt that says anything I want.. BFD..


You do realize that you actually can't wear anything you want on a t-shirt, right? That "free speech" does have its limits?

In this instance I have NO PROBLEM with consenting adults doing whatever the hell they want to. When adults start recruiting minors, then yes I have an issue with it.

You can say "oh it's just a inside joke" or whatever else to mitigate it, but as I said, I have a problem with recruiters targeting underage children.



I, a self admitted "right wing extremist" taught a child to shoot yesterday. I "recruited" him into my movement that many consider an abhorrent thing.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 6:03:31 AM EST
Originally Posted By retgarr:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:

Do you read and comprehend? I said "recruiting"

"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

I suppose next you'll say they were Army recruiters.



I only get let out of the kitchen every once in awhile, but yes I can read and comprehend that people were wearing shirts!! THANK THE GOOD LORD!! Otherwise...... you might..........OMG....... see........................MAN NIPPLE!! Oh, TEH NOES!!

I can wear a shirt that says anything I want.. BFD..


You do realize that you actually can't wear anything you want on a t-shirt, right? That "free speech" does have its limits?

In this instance I have NO PROBLEM with consenting adults doing whatever the hell they want to. When adults start recruiting minors, then yes I have an issue with it.

You can say "oh it's just a inside joke" or whatever else to mitigate it, but as I said, I have a problem with recruiters targeting underage children.



I, a self admitted "right wing extremist" taught a child to shoot yesterday. I "recruited" him into my movement that many consider an abhorrent thing.


I wouldn't have a problem with it IF said childs parent was involved. I would have a problem if you went to Chuck E Cheese and approached children and asked them "hey, wanna learn how to shoot?"

So did you ask his/her parent if it was ok with them?

Link Posted: 6/15/2009 6:04:11 AM EST
[Last Edit: 6/15/2009 6:11:11 AM EST by AnnaTrocity]
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:

Do you read and comprehend? I said "recruiting"

"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

I suppose next you'll say they were Army recruiters.



I only get let out of the kitchen every once in awhile, but yes I can read and comprehend that people were wearing shirts!! THANK THE GOOD LORD!! Otherwise...... you might..........OMG....... see........................MAN NIPPLE!! Oh, TEH NOES!!

I can wear a shirt that says anything I want.. BFD..


You do realize that you actually can't wear anything you want on a t-shirt, right? That "free speech" does have its limits?

In this instance I have NO PROBLEM with consenting adults doing whatever the hell they want to. When adults start recruiting minors, then yes I have an issue with it.

You can say "oh it's just a inside joke" or whatever else to mitigate it, but as I said, I have a problem with recruiters targeting underage children.




The "recruiter" shirts come from hot topic. They're a joke. If you think they're actually going around the party aggressively asking "have you ever considered being gay? Let me get your phone number and let's talk about it" like army recruiters do then you're being completely silly. The whole "recruiter" thing is a complete play on the silliness of accusations of dumb conservatives shouting about "gay recruiters!"

You're the reason the "recruiter" shirts exist.

And the reason I almost bought one when I saw them on saturday ;)



Edit:

Frankly I find the idea of army recruiters much more disturbing then fictional homosexual recruiters.
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 6:05:42 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:

Do you read and comprehend? I said "recruiting"

"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

I suppose next you'll say they were Army recruiters.



I only get let out of the kitchen every once in awhile, but yes I can read and comprehend that people were wearing shirts!! THANK THE GOOD LORD!! Otherwise...... you might..........OMG....... see........................MAN NIPPLE!! Oh, TEH NOES!!

I can wear a shirt that says anything I want.. BFD..


You do realize that you actually can't wear anything you want on a t-shirt, right? That "free speech" does have its limits?

In this instance I have NO PROBLEM with consenting adults doing whatever the hell they want to. When adults start recruiting minors, then yes I have an issue with it.

You can say "oh it's just a inside joke" or whatever else to mitigate it, but as I said, I have a problem with recruiters targeting underage children.



I quit.. You can't reason with an unreasonable person-you win..
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 6:07:19 AM EST
Originally Posted By philinmedford:

I wouldn't have a problem with it IF said childs parent was involved. I would have a problem if you went to Chuck E Cheese and approached children and asked them "hey, wanna learn how to shoot?"

So did you ask his/her parent if it was ok with them?



You should see if MassResistance is hiring.........how do you know that the parents didn't know and approve of their kid going to the gay prom.?
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 6:08:23 AM EST
Originally Posted By AnnaTrocity:

The "recruiter" shirts come from hot topic. They're a joke. If you think they're actually going around the party aggressively asking "have you ever considered being gay? Let me get your phone number and let's talk about it" like army recruiters do then you're being completely silly. The whole "recruiter" thing is a complete play on the silliness of accusations of dumb conservatives shouting about "gay recruiters!"

You're the reason the "recruiter" shirts exist.

And the reason I almost bought one when I saw them on saturday ;)


OH SHIT!! I bought my Dropkick Murphys T-shirt there?? Does that mean I'm gay?? I think the recruiter shirts are LOL funny-I want one, & I'm straight!!
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 6:09:08 AM EST
Originally Posted By StonerStudent:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:

I wouldn't have a problem with it IF said childs parent was involved. I would have a problem if you went to Chuck E Cheese and approached children and asked them "hey, wanna learn how to shoot?"

So did you ask his/her parent if it was ok with them?



You should see if MassResistance is hiring.........how do you know that the parents didn't know and approve of their kid going to the gay prom.?


He doesn't he is speaking for the people of Boston-the same thing he ridiculed you for..
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 6:09:13 AM EST
[Last Edit: 6/15/2009 6:11:56 AM EST by retgarr]
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By retgarr:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:

Do you read and comprehend? I said "recruiting"

"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

I suppose next you'll say they were Army recruiters.



I only get let out of the kitchen every once in awhile, but yes I can read and comprehend that people were wearing shirts!! THANK THE GOOD LORD!! Otherwise...... you might..........OMG....... see........................MAN NIPPLE!! Oh, TEH NOES!!

I can wear a shirt that says anything I want.. BFD..


You do realize that you actually can't wear anything you want on a t-shirt, right? That "free speech" does have its limits?

In this instance I have NO PROBLEM with consenting adults doing whatever the hell they want to. When adults start recruiting minors, then yes I have an issue with it.

You can say "oh it's just a inside joke" or whatever else to mitigate it, but as I said, I have a problem with recruiters targeting underage children.



I, a self admitted "right wing extremist" taught a child to shoot yesterday. I "recruited" him into my movement that many consider an abhorrent thing.


I wouldn't have a problem with it IF said childs parent was involved. I would have a problem if you went to Chuck E Cheese and approached children and asked them "hey, wanna learn how to shoot?"

So did you ask his/her parent if it was ok with them?



Sure did.

The Anna Trocity really hit the nail on the head. They were "recruiter" tshirts because the idea of being recruited to being gay is laughably ridiculous.

I didn't choose my orientation, I just like girls. In fact the idea of two guy going at it sickens me. But that's because I'm straight! you could never 'convince' me to be gay. And if there was recruiting I'd be a prime target already being tolerant and all!

Hey StonerStudent, do I get any signing bonus if I start flying the rainbow flag? And does it have to be rainbow, not a big fan of rainbows. What kind of deal can we work out?
Link Posted: 6/15/2009 6:09:57 AM EST
Originally Posted By AnnaTrocity:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:
Originally Posted By 2theLeft:
Originally Posted By philinmedford:

Do you read and comprehend? I said "recruiting"

"As Max moved through the crowd, he said he observed several adult homosexuals wearing T-shirts with "recruiter" written in rainbow colors"

I suppose next you'll say they were Army recruiters.



I only get let out of the kitchen every once in awhile, but yes I can read and comprehend that people were wearing shirts!! THANK THE GOOD LORD!! Otherwise...... you might..........OMG....... see........................MAN NIPPLE!! Oh, TEH NOES!!

I can wear a shirt that says anything I want.. BFD..


You do realize that you actually can't wear anything you want on a t-shirt, right? That "free speech" does have its limits?

In this instance I have NO PROBLEM with consenting adults doing whatever the hell they want to. When adults start recruiting minors, then yes I have an issue with it.

You can say "oh it's just a inside joke" or whatever else to mitigate it, but as I said, I have a problem with recruiters targeting underage children.




The "recruiter" shirts come from hot topic. They're a joke. If you think they're actually going around the party aggressively asking "have you ever considered being gay? Let me get your phone number and let's talk about it" like army recruiters do then you're being completely silly. The whole "recruiter" thing is a complete play on the silliness of accusations of dumb conservatives shouting about "gay recruiters!"

You're the reason the "recruiter" shirts exist.

And the reason I almost bought one when I saw them on saturday ;)





I'm sure that everything portrayed is entirely innocent (sarcasm)

A doorman, with a Mr. Boston Leather sash, had BAGLY's official chaperone credentials around his neck, Camenker noted. He identified himself as a "leather BDSM (bondage discipline and sado-masochism) fetishist" and handed out business cards to youth.

His card asked, "What is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?"

I'm sure that his business card was "just a joke" It's all just "innocent fun!"

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