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Major League Baseball teams have been celebrating “Pride Month” via Pride Nights at ballparks across the Majors. June is Pride Month, in case you’ve missed the hype. Outdoing itself, the MLB is partying “ all season long .” One wonders why there needs to be a month of any celebration. Should October be refashioned as “Halloween Month?” Is there an “Irish Month,” which St. Patrick’s Day is the capstone? And why limit Groundhog Day to a day?
Yet gay pride is now LGBTQ+ (the plus is currently optional) pride because being homosexual isn’t enough. Every sexual variant not heterosexual and practiced by a tiny minority of people is to be granted a month’s worth of recognition and celebration. The Grand Old Game has no reprieve from being rainbowed.
Advertises the Phillies for their Pride Night: The Phillies invite you to celebrate Philadelphia’s rich LGBTQ culture at our fifth annual Pride Night presented by the GIANT company at Citizens Bank Park on Wednesday, August 25 at 7:05 p.m. when the Phillies host the Tampa Bay Rays. All members of the LGBTQ community, as well as family, friends and organizations are invited to come out and show their pride at this event. The first 1,000 fans to purchase tickets for this event will receive a coupon for an exclusive Phillies Pride Night cap! Just a thousand caps are being given away. That’s a paltry sum, which hints at what a small draw this event is.
And please cite examples of “rich LGBTQ culture?” What exactly is LGBTQ culture? Is there LGBTQ cuisine? If it exists, does it rival, oh, Cuban cuisine? Don’t cite a guy like Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, as a cultural icon. What does Cook’s sexuality have to do with the iPhone? What would Thomas Edison’s heterosexuality have to do with his inventing the lightbulb? Are Cook’s business accomplishments any different than if he were straight?
The Atlanta Braves were more restrained in promoting their Pride Night. From the Braves’ MLB.com page : Show your team pride at the ballpark on Tuesday, June 15, 2021 as the Atlanta Braves take on the […]
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