An Aimless Agenda: Reflections on Super Happy Fun America and Straight Pride

It’s as ludicrous as it sounds.

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My initial reaction to Super Happy Fun America’s request for a Straight Pride permit/Source
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The three founders of Super Happy Fun America (SHFA). From left to right: John Hugo, Mark Sahady, and Samson Racioppi/Source
  • Camp Constitution — a non-profit camp that strives to examine and celebrate “the “Judeo-Christian heritage” of the foundation of the United States, particularly the Founding Fathers and their implementation of free enterprise as a building block of the nation.
  • Women of Eve —an online gathering of straight women petitioning to add straight people into the GSM community. Specifically, the “S” in the community’s acronym. Yeah, let that sink in a bit.
  • Trump Unity Bridge — a decorative float, driven by Michigan resident Rob Curtis, making appearances in alt-right protests and movements such as Operation Gridlock, Mother of All Rallies, President Trump’s inauguration, and a couple of American Patriot rallies.
  • Moms For America — a non-profit organization banding women and mothers across the nation to educate them on the United States of America’s “principles of liberty and virtue” and promote “these principles, values, and virtues in home and family.”
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The Trump Unity Bridge Float/Source
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Born and raised in CA. Film, literature, music, poetry, mostly gay/queer/GSM topics. Stick around if I haven’t bored you yet.

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