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Children EXPOSED To Sexually Explicit Materials Dallas “Family Friendly” Pride Weekend

Pride month is officially underway and has hit the streets of major cities in Texas. Dallas, in particular, has shown enthusiasm for the festivities. One would be hard-pressed to spot the difference between LA and Dallas this month. This past weekend, there were multiple “family-friendly” pride events in Dallas, many of which were extremely sexual in nature. 

On Saturday, Dallas hosted its annual Pride Festival, attended by the Texas Family Project Executive Director. Upon arrival, attendees were greeted by rainbow flags and scantily-clad men. Inside the festival grounds, numerous vendors sold flagrantly explicit merchandise, including shirts printed with profane words like "c*nt" and "p*ssy," or suggestive sayings such as "Overworked & Underf*cked." Families with small children were present, participating in the "festivities," with kids aged 8 to 10 even seen distributing pride flags while accompanied by their parents. The event was hardly "family-friendly" or suitable for public observers. Our experience at the festival culminated when a large woman began making aggressive threats towards us. Despite her threatening behavior, the Dallas police officers on the scene deemed the situation non-threatening.

The following day, a Pride parade was held in Dallas, where Defend Our Kids: Texas Executive Director Sara Gonzales was there to document the event. Labeled as a "family-friendly" event, it quickly became evident that this was not the case. Gonzales' video footage revealed the sale of similar explicit merchandise as the previous day, alongside items clearly marketed towards children, such as rainbow-colored Paw Patrol goods and other child-oriented products. During the parade, extremely inappropriate language was blared by loudspeakers in the presence of small children, some of whom were compelled by their parents to march in the parade. A “Teen Pride” float was also present, with high school-aged kids onboard. The Dallas Pride parade received so much backlash for being sexually explicit in nature that it was featured on the popular social media account LibsofTikTok.

When engaging with people at the Pride events, one of the most frequently asked questions was, "Why do you emphasize the sin of homosexuality over other sins?" While sexual deviance is a sin for both homosexuals and heterosexuals, homosexuals take pride in that sin. They march and celebrate themselves in their sinful state rather than seeking repentance. As the Bible states, "Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall" (Proverbs 16:18, ESV).

Throughout the entire month, gay pride will be celebrated and cheered across the state of Texas. Events are scheduled to take place nearly every single day in various locations throughout the state. The people of Texas do not stand with these events and do not want them held in their communities. Not a single pride event can be considered family-friendly, yet they have essentially become zones for child indoctrination. Texas Family Project will be present to expose every single one of these events.

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