By now you’ve been inundated with “Pride” Month madness. While companies such as Target and Build-A-Bear get most of the media attention, sports franchises seem to flow under the radar.
Until this year, that is.
June started off with a disturbing bang after the LA Dodgers announced they would be hosting and honoring an anti-Christian drag show group that regularly mocks the Crucifixion of Jesus and cosplays as nuns. You can read more about that here.
While MLB franchises began to unveil Pride branding, merchandise, and pride themed days at the ballpark, only one team held the Pro-Family line.
That team, one of the best in the league in the standings, is the Texas Rangers.
As of the writing of this article, the Rangers are the only team in the MLB that does not have a publicly scheduled Pride night, and sources say this will stay the case throughout the month of June.
While the Anti-Family Left’s efforts to sexualize every facet of everyday life have grown, so has the opposition. People are tired of having pride themed merchandise and branding shoved in their faces by every company, organization, and sports franchise.
People just want to watch baseball. To the vast majority of fans, Rangers’ decision to buck the trend of celebrating sexuality is a breath of fresh air. Finally, families can enjoy a day at the ballpark with their children without worrying about having another person’s sexuality on display.
Texas Family Project applauds the Rangers for holding the line on this issue and looks forward to seeing additional franchises follow their lead.