Our rights, they are useless if we do not exercise them.
Activists across the continent have engaged in a multitude of peaceful and orderly protests against a myriad of homosexual "drag" events. Some of these events -- and their sexual displays -- were openly marketed towards or contained children within their audiences. The protests took place in Wadsworth, Ohio, Cookeville, Tennessee, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Chardon, Ohio, Katy, Texas, Cookeville, Tennessee, Columbus, Ohio and Boston, Massachusetts.
In spite of legal harassments stemming from the planned protest of similar child-targeted strip shows in Idaho last year, the organization has continued undeterred in its efforts to proclaim a stance of decency, morality, and cleanliness to these acts of public depravity.
Public protest, the oldest and most sacred of rights.
It is not merely enough to hold beliefs of virtue, like our rights, they are useless if we do not exercise them. Just the same, it is not merely enough to find in oneself the proper degree of disgust for those who defame and mutilate the image of man and woman, one must make this reason heard and felt in the public space. The homosexual agenda and its various lobbying groups rely on a fabricated narrative of social acceptance to advance their molestation of society. Public protest, the oldest and most sacred of rights, carried out in a consistent and uncompromising fashion, contradicts this false narrative of acceptance.