New York City has accurately determined that the only thing gayer than ramming your penis into another man’s anus is worshiping healthcare workers, and has acted accordingly.
If you’re feeling sad because Pride events around the world have been canceled this year, New York City is giving you a reason to put on your rainbow gear and celebrate.
They’re throwing a star-studded Pride event filled with celebs and entertainers like Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy, pansexual Afro-futurist musician Janelle Monáe, gay actor and singer Billy Porter, bisexual comedienne Margaret Cho, gay TV personality Carson Kressley and many many more!
In April, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio canceled all city permits for public events in June, including the city’s annual Pride march. However, organizers for NYC Pride recently announced that New York’s WABC Channel 7 will still be airing a special Pride event broadcast on Sunday, June 28 from 12 to 2 p.m. EST.
The event will honor health-care workers who have helped fight coronavirus in the Big Apple and feature several notable celebs as Grand Marshals, including Levy, Chinese human rights activist Yanzi Peng, transgender civil rights advocate Victoria Cruz, and The Ali Forney Center, the nation’s largest organization for helping homeless queer youth.
The event will be hosted by members of the WABC Channel 7 news team with Kressley serving as a special guest host.
It’s hilarious that in the middle of the biggest economic crisis in human history, this event no doubt cost the taxpayers of New York millions of dollars.
A televised parade where homosexuals worship healthcare workers.
I am so very tired of healthcare workers.
This forced worship of them is exhausting, and it is close to causing me to pound my desk again.