Super Happy Fun America is proud to announce that there will be a Straight Pride Parade in Boston.  The event is being held to achieve inclusivity and spread awareness of issues impacting straights in Greater Boston and beyond.  We would like to thank New York Times editor Carolyn Ryan for taking up our cause and publicizing the event.  The positive response we have received is very encouraging and leads us to believe that one day straights will be able to express pride in themselves without fear of judgement and hate.

Due to a scheduling conflict, our former mascot is no longer available.  Not to worry, we found someone younger, more handsome, and more in tune with heroic masculine virtues.  Milo Yiannopoulos has accepted the offer to be mascot and Grand Marshall of the parade!  The livestream will take place Monday, June 10th at 1 PM Eastern Standard Time and can be seen at the following link:

Upon his appointment as Grand Marshall, Milo Yiannopoulos said: “I might technically be a sequined and perfectly coiffed friend of Dorothy’s, but I’ve spent my entire career advocating for the rights of America’s most brutally repressed identity—straight people—so I know a thing or two about discrimination. 

“This parade is a gift to anyone, male or female, black or white—gay and transgender allies, too!—who will stand with us and celebrate the wonder and the majesty of God’s own heterosexuality. Men, bring your most toxic selves. Women, prepare to burn your briefcases! Because it’s great to be straight, and we’re not apologizing for it any more. We’re Here, Not Queer.” 

Please send all media inquiries to our email address including a phone number where you can be reached.  We will be happy to provide interviews and more details.  Thank you.

MILO YIANNOPOULOS is an award-winning journalist, a New York Times-bestselling author, an international political celebrity, a free speech martyr, a comedian, an accomplished entrepreneur, a hair icon, a penitent and, to the annoyance of his many enemies, an exceedingly happy person. He is not straight, though he does continue to periodically try it out. He is the most censored, most lied-about man in the world, banned from stepping foot on entire continents for his unapologetic commitment to free expression. But he is also, somehow, one of the most sought-after speakers anywhere, invited by foreign governments, wealthy individuals and even the occasional courageous private company to share his unique blend of laughter and war. Milo lurches from improbable triumph to improbable triumph, loathed by establishment Left and Right alike. His first book, Dangerous, sold over 200,000 copies, despite never being reviewed in any major publication. Milo lives in New Jersey with his husband, John.


  1. I’m from N.H. but now reside in Utah but am planning to head east at about that time for a straight wedding and will try to make the parade with my brother and sister in law if I can possibly make it! It should prove to be an experience! Thanks for all your efforts in pleading our cause!

      1. BRAVO!!……BRAVO!!!…….BRAVO!!!!!!…….A MILLION TIMES BRAVO!!!!!!……oh and the part about “Antifa will not be welcome”…….bout pee’d my pants!! Wish I could be there in person instead of just in spirit!! STRAIGHT IS GREAT!!

    1. Hello, I have found your attempts and then fight in pushing against expressing pride of the straight people, heralding in these awkward sjw times.
      Truly everyone is included to attend, as they are equal and should hold pride in themselves for being who they are no matter who they are as we come together for straight pride, being members of the community of the world, and I too hope to hold my own event for straight Pride under the same pretense of accepting everyone as equals, both under the law and as comrades on this little blue ball we call earth.
      God bless!

  2. If it’s a straight pride parade shouldn’t the mascot be straight? I get he’s supportive of your cause but it’s not a good sign you don’t have a straight mascot. Please find a more suitable mascot


      1. It is true that Milo’s embrace of homosexuality possibly as a result of his abuse by a pedophile clergyman makes him a sympathetic figure to both the gay and straight communities. However his reaction to the abuse has not only been to downplay it but to welcome it. I think a more fitting mascot to straightness would be a survivor of homosexual abuse who is straight. I have suffered unwanted homosexual advances on more than one occasion in my life but I have always able to escape them by explaining I wasn’t interested and wasn’t gay. Things took a violent turn when I moved back from Japan and moved to California where gays at work assaulted and harassed me continuously leading to physical fights and a lawsuit I filed against the company. They also targeted my wife. Together we took refuge in a large counseling center near LAX. Unbeknownst to us, the Japanese company who harassed my wife and I hired attorneys who traced our location down and approached the center to make themselves the recipients of the information gleaned by our counseling sessions. I had attended sessions for well over a year. I had to sign two waivers which allowed the center to share my information with law enforcement. I initially went to a private counselor who recommended the larger center precisely because of their connections to law enforcement as the problems stemmed from crimes that had been committed by the company. From the first session in 2000 I was asked about nightmares, and I mentioned having nightmares that “planes would come plowing into our buildings.” Shortly thereafter I received an email invite to be part of a terrorist group and I immediately suspected I was under investigation as a result of the lawsuit and having entered therapy and having discussed my fears of a massive airplane plot. I immediately took the email to my local police station and explained I was not a terrorist but was in therapy to help stop the terrorists. I explained that I had just spent 7 years in Japan where terrorists had plotted to use 12 planes to attack the US. The police instructed me to tell the counseling center the same thing I told them and that I would likely not be troubled anymore. In other words, the police felt it was likely my suspicions were correct. They felt I was under investigation through the center but by explaining where my fears originated it would clear up any confusion. So I went back to the center and explained what had transpired at the police station. Over the course of therapy I explained how my senior thesis in aviation security came about and why I had taken a keen interest in the news when Islamists bombed a plane over Japan on Dec 11, 1994 killing Haruki Ikegami. The bombing was in my mind reminiscent of Flight 902 which had also barely survived a total catastrophe by an emergency landing after coming under attack. The lesson of my senior thesis was offered by a former astronaut name Harrison ‘Jack’ Schmitt. He became a US Senator and led a valiant one-man effort to condemn a 1978 attack against a Korean airliner which crash landed on a frozen lake after being shot by fighter planes. He urged America to be vigilant against attacks no matter what carrier, no whatever country, and no matter how few lives were lost because in the next attack the flight might not be so lucky. Save for handful of brilliant co-sponsors his prescient warnings fell on deaf ears and 5 years later all lives were lost when a second Korean airliner was shot down. He was no longer a Senator at the time but had been beaten by an opponent who took a jibe at his NASA experience with the slogan, “What on Earth has the Senator done for you lately?” Later I heard reports of airport screening failure on Fox News. I pleaded to look in flight schools for the plotters reminded the center that there had been a plot hatched by Islamists in Asia to use 12 planes as missiles against high profile targets. I recalled the words of a government spokesperson comment at a Telematics conference, in Newport Beach I attended, “I see many big names here today and I can’t help but think, “What a perfect opportunity for a terror attack.” I therefor could conclude that the official, having taken a flight from Dulles to LAX that morning had taken his fears of an attack with him to the conference that morning which led him to joke about the subject in his opening comments. In other words, I did not see the probability of an attack at the conference as particularly high as compared to the flight he had just taken. Furthermore, I did not think the government would be as sensitized to the issue as I was having spent 7 years in Asia where the Islamists were the massive airline plot was exposed but not foiled. The Islamists had also knifed to death in Tokyo the translator of Salman Rushdie’s book Satanic Verses something that shook Japan prior to the massive sarin gas attacks by Aum Shinrikyo. I was confident my concerns were being addressed by law enforcement through the center. In fact, flight schools came under scrutiny and 2 possible hijackers were identified at schools. Investigators could not gain anything by observing one of them beyond his extremely poor English ability. He was marked for further investigation. The other spoke English well and the instructor was able to introduce a scenario to him about a flight of Hajj pilgrims that turned deadly. After the story he asked the Frenchman about his religion to which Moussaui replied distantly, “I am nothing”. This should have led to the unraveling of the 9/11 plot. Inside his bags were hand-written threats against the Queen of England. Yet he was only readied for deportation to France when 9/11 occurred. All along, after I had cleared the initial confusion when I entered the counseling center, I was confident I was helping law enforcement stop airliner plotters if indeed there was a plot. When the center revealed to me that the lawyers for the Japanese company had approached them I got the sense the contact had been made months earlier and I began to panic. I reminded the center of the agreement we had signed and I urged the center to make certain law enforcement was being given my direst concerns. “The plotters are in our flight schools already, aren’t they?” “You want the plot stopped…”she replied. “Yes!” I confirmed. I was seeing an attack unfolding in this country in painstakingly slow motion. As a former Democrat, I was alarmed by Gloria Allred’s continued personal attacks on the President and his legitimacy. I have never felt like I was at the right place and the right time at any time in my life. The request to sign an additional waiver for the sake of the Japanese company called everything I had accomplished at the center into question. It is likely that the political aim of protecting the gays at Awtec outweighed my pleas to stop the plotters. It is conceivable if the center managers values aligned with Gloria Allred’s position, they had little desire to help the Bush administration and saw any future attack as a reflection of Bush’s incompetence. My uncle, Bud Schauerte was appointed to head FICA under FEMA under the Presidency of George Herbert Walker Bush. I took a tour of the White House after a brief visit from Japan. I was shocked by the heavily partisan attitude in California and this propelled my efforts stop the plotters. As a result of the trauma of the assaults on our country and its reverberations, I have turned my efforts towards Quantum Mechanics.
        Images of Christ and Pi appeared in my home when I was 17 and led me to eventually discover a model of time and space called the Holy Grail Spiral of Life otherwise known as 935-QKK. I would be happy to accept the honor representing straight people. My wife Kumiko and I just enjoyed our 25th wedding anniversary and look forward to the next 25 years and hopefully many more. Her name has a sound-alike in Japanese with phonemes ku meaning 9; mee, meaning 3; and go, (similar to ko) meaning 5. She began using 935 to sign her artwork many years ago after I pointed out the similarity when passing fire station 93 in Houston near Ellington field.

        1. Wow. That just went on and on.

          Love Milo! Glad to see him around. Miss the dangerous faggot tour… come back!

          1. The nightmare is not over Joe…my good friend’s wife had a baby not long ago and he was beaten badly and robbed by two gay men with their pants pulled down below their waist. When is the last time you heard the media report that a straight man was victimized by gays yet it happens all the time. We are supposed to believe the criminals become gay in prisons but their clothing and actions suggest many are already gay before they enter prison. I do not know 100% that these men are gay. But you have to ask yourself what is the purpose of an man exposing his buttocks while beating another man? Why is saying the obvious so dangerous? Hardworking straights stand as good role models and we need to be heard not oppressed.

      2. Milo should sue you for your gross public defamation. You are deliberately causing him harm by your knowing misrepresentation of his being molested by a pedo priest.

    2. Gay’s will take over that parade. I might organize a bus loads of gays to be at the parade.

    3. You’re taking this event way too seriously, it’s a satire of gay pride parades and a massive troll of the left. The previous mascot was satire as well, a celebrity who wasn’t involved and who didn’t actually endorse the event. Milo is the perfect mascot for this event, because it will tip off casual viewers with an ounce of sense that this is a parody, and the left will take it seriously and have a massive fit.

      1. We are inclusive to all communities, regardless of gender persuasion. This is Australia calling…I see a global phenomenon! The beginning of inclusion for all. No more prejudice or discrimination against heterosexuals. This is a game changer. Feel so free now!

      2. Listen to Owen people. Why can’t you understand the inherent satire of taking a satirical website’s mission statement to task in the real world streets of Boston? We don’t take any of this seriously at all, and demand to not be taken seriously.

      3. Owen, you are right in every way, except this is not necessarily a “massive troll to the left”. It’s a troll to the right as well, some of the comments on here from the right are hilarious. They are even more gullible than the the most earnest liberals. Read Kat and Theresa Powers. Satirical humor always finds victims from all walks of life, who take themselves too seriously.

      4. Lol dude

        So having a flamboyant gay man as a mascot for a straight event will troll liberals?

        Are you people stupid? Hot damn.

    4. Chuck Norris would be my first pick.

  3. Can’t make it this year but will looking forward to attending the super happy fun time in 2020. I hope there are no hate groups lurking around that are intending to be mean to us. I wouldn’t want their feelings to get hurt when they see how much fun we have in spite of their meanness.

  4. From one straight person to this website. You do not represent straight people, you represent what is wrong.

    1. Stop being heterophobic. Straightness is beautiful and so is celebrating it! Only bigots would be offended at other people who just want to have fun. Straight people have rights too, you know?

    2. Hi Jessica please explain what is wrong
      We straights are happy and enthusiastic to have this movement and to have a march etc
      It really matters to many as you can tell from the amount of positive enthusiasm and happy humour being expressed around the net.
      So could you please explain your discomfort
      Maybe you are a little ashamed at being straight
      cheers !!!

      1. The issue is being straight has never been faced with the mountain of issues the gay community has had to deal with. There has never been laws preventing straights to marry, live their lives or express their love.
        By supporting this crap, you’re showing how ignorant you are to the struggles the LGBTQ have had to deal with for decades. This would be the same BS as the all live matter crap. White people (and I’m speaking as one myself) need to stop pretending like they are the victim and open their eyes.
        Your parade just isn’t needed. Every day is a straight pride day.

        1. Last time I checked, parades used to be occasions to celebrate stuff. Not a contest in the oppression olympics ;D

          Again: Parades = Fun. Parades = Celebrations. If Straight/Normal people want to celebrate being straight/normal, why shouldn’t they? Aren’t straight/normal people allowed to have super happy fun events in your opinion? That’d be pretty bigoted!

          > Every day is a straight pride day.

          If every day is straight pride day, then none is. Think about it.
          A special day for celebration is way overdue. Or are you arguing that every single day, there should be straight pride parades? If yes, I’m all for it! It’s great to be straight. It’s great to be normal. Let’s have parties every day! Life’s awesome 😀

          > This would be the same BS as the all live matter crap.

          Some lives matter more than others, then? That’s a pretty bigoted, leftist, bourgeouis view. Maybe you should check your privilege.

    3. You sound like you’re not very Super Happy today. That’s very sad. Try going to see a Circus and see some clowns. Honk Honk

    4. Hey Jessica, you sound like the typical self-hating straight. I’ve been there so I know whereof I speak, and it’s a bad place. Don’t stay there. You need to get beyond your self-loathing the feelings of worthlessness society has imposed on you, and embrace your inner straightness. Maybe get a boyfriend, or read a good straight romance novel. Or better yet, a cheesy one.

      I’m worried you might be suicidal.

    1. Yeah, apparently no straight people wanted to be associated with this nonsense so they had to find someone who’s just as idiotic and useless as they are!!

      1. ☝?Exactly. This whole “movement” is a joke. I am honestly embarrassed for all of you. The world is laughing at you and all of your horrible choices. You look like a bunch of Trump loving bigots. Have fun with your bland, basic, boring parade. Can’t wait till you see the rest of the world moving forward and marching on without you.

        1. The only bland, basic, boring ones here are the white knights rushing in to declare how offended they are on behalf of the poor, feeble gays…assuming we have no sense of humor and/or are too stupid to realize it’s satire.

          Find a sense of humor, you’ll be a lot more happy

    2. Gays can be allies, too! And it’s important to have LGBTQ+ allies, considering the increase in heterophobia and bigotry towards straight people.
      lgbtq+ is now lgbtqS+! It’s more inclusive.

  5. Hi I’m a woman who appreciates that straight, white, males have built America and all its glory. I will celebrate at your parade!

    1. I AGREE CAROL! Straight white men did the work so the gays didn’t have to get dirty. A gay man should thank a straight guy daily. He does the plumbing (not in a gay way), wires your world, keeps their roads pothole free so their BMW’s don’t get flat tires…not to mention, my straight men will fix their flat (for a fee). Gays should stand up and recognize straight white males world wide! Or….they can all get on a boat and go to the Middle East. I hear they have a fun game called the Gay Roof Toss. You only get to play once.

      1. Carol and Kelly, you are both showing your tragic ignorance and lack of understanding. Men and women of ALL races built this country and some of them were probably gay. I support all people, gay or straight, and you have gone to a very base level in your comments. Shame on you and shame on the fact that you have no sense of humor left, and you live your pathetic lives in stereotypes. For the record, I change my own flat tires, repair my own plumbing and anything else by myself, without the help of a straight man. My father who was a WWII vet taught me how to survive. The Straight Pride Parade will be an enormous joke and fun to watch – it’s meant to be satirical and not centered on bigotry which is where you women – loose interpretation intended – took your comments. Have fun at the parade.

    2. hahhaa this whole thing is totally HILARIOUS. I am sure your “parade” will be a flop. Milo is a human embarrassment and no one takes him seriously anymore, and likely will be further banned from other cities, countries, and social media as he opens up his fetid mouth….Enjoy!

  6. Guys guys guys! You HAVE to advocate for the straight pride flag (or at least the combination of blue and pink) to be included as an emoji. The rainbow flag is one already. Messenger Apps have to go with the times and include a symbol of straight pride! Even if we have to drag them kicking and screaming into the 21st century. It’s important to rise up against the oppression coming from all the people who want to deny us the fun and the privilege (!!) of being HAPPY and CHEERFUL, even though we’re not born GAY (pun intentended).

    Straight lives matter! 🙂

      1. Kelly, the red white and blue is the symbol for all Americans. It’s a shame that the LGTBQ community has purposely segregated them selves. Until Americans realize that we are all one people there will always be decision. I stopped playing music after the LGTBQ started disrupting dancing couples purely out of spite. I support straight pride, but I support American pride first

    1. When have straight lives ever NOT mattered?
      Never. Heterophobia isn’t a real thing.
      It only exists in that small brain of yours.

      1. You sound pretty heterophobic. Check your privilege. Are you denying the lived experience of other people? Only oppressors like you are claiming that the opressed aren’t actually oppressed (in spite of all the evidence and mountains of struggles and hardships). This is how the oppressors justify their continued oppression.


  7. My wife and I are tired of living in the shadows. We have 3 kids, and darnit, we’re proud! Thanks for all your help!

    1. I have a dream that someday, God willing, you can hold your head high and be accepted by the LGBT community. Until then keep your head down.

      1. We have to drag these narrowminded, selfish LGBTQjslsgjslsgh+ Groups into the 21st century, even if they’re kicking and screaming. It’s more inclusive and the progressive thing to do. In fact, since more than 90% of the world are straight/normal, wouldn’t it make sense if the new, more inclusive acronym wasn’t LGBTQS+, but instead SLGBTQ+?
        We should demand the S for straight (healthy and normal) to be on the first position of the acronym. To raise awareness.

        In any case…
        STAY SAFE!

  8. We, the male supporters of SHFA dot com, demand a photo gallery section featuring the most alluring and delightfully attired specimens of the female gender, of varied ages above the age of majority.

    We know the female supporters were looking forward to a similarly male-themed section featuring the old (in all senses of the word) mascot. But their vicissitudes, unfortunate as they may be, need not hinder progress towards establishment of the female-themed section.

    Thank you

    1. This could be a great dating opportunity for we straight women. No more being a wall flower, lost in the hijacked Biblical rainbow of Sodom and Gomorrah….or is it gonorrhea? Whatever…..OOOOOHHH LADIIIIIIEEESSS….be sure and get gussied up to git ur man. And be a dear, make sure he is not married.

  9. I don’t know if y’all are for real or if this movement is “tongue- in- cheek”, but I like it. Keep it up. I’m looking forwards to more headlines and responses from celebrities that I’ll be losing respect for.

    1. I share your suspicions, we will see.
      also, I struggle to think of any “celebrities” that I have respect for.

    1. My friend was just attacked by two men with their pants pulled down exposing their underwear. Oddly enough there was another attack in the same city given the same label “Jugging” in which one of the culprits also has his pants pulled down exposing his underwear. In this case the culprit ran over the couple with his vehicle before momentarily escaping. What an odd word, “jugging” to attach to such a violent crime! The real issue is FATHERLESSNESS. The disparity of one-parent families among races is shocking. Asians have the lowest rates of 15 percent Whites at 24 percent and Blacks at a staggering 65 percent. No father is at home to tell their kids what family pride means or how to properly wear their pants. They are on the streets literally begging to be caught with their pants down in one crime or another. Straight pride among all races can be the cure to this epidemic of fatherlessness which is alarmingly almost twice as high among whites as compared to Asians. This parade idea may have begun in jest, as a troll, but it may very well lead to positive results to restore family pride and combat the fatherless epidemic.

  10. Thank you for providing the opportunity for we oppressed straights to express and claim our right to equal acceptance.
    See you at the parade!

    1. Amen to that, we are oppressed, try making some non PC comment and the left will bring down their wrath on you. I will seek a parade license in my town in solidarity for this. This parade should go viral across the world and spook the crap-out of the left.

  11. What a sparkly shiny website, going out across the nation just waiting for folks to log on, now that you have world famous gayboy Milo. I feel privileged to leave the second comment.

  12. You guys are amazing and brilliantly genius. I’m not american, and unfortunately won’t be able to attend. But it’s high time straight people (and white people as another oppressed majority) stop feeling apologetic and start being proud of who we are. And as an added bonus to celebrating straightness, you guys also shine a bright spotlight on all the hypocrites on the left and in the media, who advocate for equality but in reality are bigoted heterophobes.

    Please keep doing what you’re doing, and don’t let the man get you down.

    Thanks Milo for joining this celebration of true equality and true inclusivity. And the description is correct. You are more youthful and handsome than the previous host (Brad whats-his-face). From a straight guy who appreciates you 😉

  13. God bless y’all!! This is brilliant. As a middle aged wife and mother of many, I greatly appreciate your efforts!

  14. It is about time I was suggesting this 20 years ago and it’s been a long road of persecution and judgement

    1. Nonono.
      Look: “Super HAPPY FUN America”.
      Which part of that are you struggling with, Johanna? (Hint, I used All Caps for the words that matter and which contradict your statement. Do you see them? Yeah? No? Also, see my username if you’re still struggling. If you need more hints, I’m always here to mansplain things to you… if you ask nicely ;DD)

  15. I am not clear on the date. Can you clarify? Also think Milo is an excellent choice.

    1. No. he does not represent straight people. Besides he approves of pedophilia.

  16. Best event ever. It’s time for a change to come to America and its obvious lack of desire to have a real talk about straight. This would be just too much for the average person who still has a disgust response to opposite sex organs making contact in the privacy of one’s own home. Let’s take back the straight and our right to mate and change the fate of our current state before it’s too late.

  17. aye yuh immma head out to bston for this parade cant wait babyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy i been str8 all ma life and im alwys bein hated on by the gays and homos so im so happy to finally have ma voice herd and have a parade!!!!!!!!!! theres so many homos in ma area i thot i was homo for a hot second there haha but its all good now and imm drag ma girlfrind out to the parade with me shes pregernt right now with our neighbors daughter and i cnt balme er man our neighbir is a lil cutie haha no homo but anyway cant wait for this parade so glad ma voice is bein herd ya heeerrrrrrrrrdd

    1. The stereotype of the stupid rednecks is just as offensive as the water melon eating by blacks, the big nosed Jew, the effeminate male as gay, the butch women as men

  18. Hahahaha this website is a joke and what you represent is not equality but hate towards the gay community.

    You also sound like closet homosexuals who are really mad with yourself. Your mascot is a far right extremist and Mr Pitt wanted nothing to do with this terrible group. (The public do read the news).

    1. Hold on friend… You just accused them in your own words as being “closet homosexuals”. Are you aware of how homophobic that statement is? You just used the homosexual orientation as a derogatory slur? How can you claim to be loving?
      Perhaps you truly believe they are “closet homosexuals”, and are “really mad” at themselves. But why would you try to pull someone out of the closet who isn’t emotional ready to by your own admition.
      Michael B. Jordan said, “just because your pro black, doesn’t mean your anti white or anti anything.”
      You are assuming that being “pro straight” means “anti gay”.
      Please consider my words, and examine your own.

    2. you are the one who is a joke. And Pitt, is a liberal who does not represent us.

      1. Yeah hey genius brad Pitt doesn’t support y’all because he actually cares about gay rights and knows this is an extremely homophobic movement….. not just because he’s liberal. Although yeah, most liberals are smart enough to understand why straight pride parades shouldn’t exist

        1. > Liberals
          > Smart

          Let me take a moment to exHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAaaa…
          *takes a deep breath.

          omg, that was the most I have laughed in a while.

          But if you really want me to laugh myself to death, tell me a bit more about your liberal smartness and how there are 76790 Genders lololol

    3. Hahahaha your comment is a joke and what you represent is not equality but hate towards the straight community.

      You also sound like a closet heterosexual who is really mad with yourself. Your mascots are far left extremists and Mr Pitt wanted nothing to do with this terrible gay group. (The public do read the alternative news).

    4. I’m gay, I don’t feel hated by them. I think it’s hilarious.

      I get WAY more hate from the authoritarians who’ve taken over the LGBT community because I’m not a mindless robot spewing hate against everyone to the right of Mao, and I don’t consider my sexuality to be my literal “identity.”

    5. You are heterophobic WHILE being homophobic! May you slip on your stilletto’s and break your delicate ankle while attending a tranny time library reading to children to help kids be more inclusive to gays! And of course, the most important part of tranny time….the grooming of straight kids.

  19. I really hope this happens in England too. This is awesome. Milo you’re a superstar for agreeing to be mascot. Love this. Haha. Brilliant.

    1. MAKE it happen! You have a right to have peaceful parades. Organize one and ask super happy fun america to advertise it. Heck, you can also try reaching out to Sargon/Carl Benjamin. He’s also a brit and loved the idea.

  20. I am straight and I advocate for human rights as outlined in the constitution, so does Milo, so why is he NOT a good mascot, Kat? Straight pride isn’t bigotry so why should gay people be excluded? We are welcome at their rallies. I’m a proud hetero, not a homophobe.

  21. I am so happy to have an answer to the Democrats crazy identity politics. I love the fact that truly anyone can go the true American movement…. I love and miss Milo on the platforms … wake up people or our country will end up like Venezuela. We should not be losing our freedom of speech and people just need to lighten up… learn how to have some fun .
    Thank you

  22. Great idea guys. Let’s have this spread around. You can expect some real haters at the parade doing what they always do, and being allowed to get away with it by the boys that control the narrative.

  23. Absolutely Fabulous. Super happy fun you guys are doing this. Rhetoric mixed with Logos ! Bloody brilliant. I will have one here in Japan in solidarity .

  24. Straight Pride

    my two cents

    I think the idea of a Straight Pride parade is a good idea; everyone deserves to be proud of who and what they are – not just an oppressed minority.

    Additionally, we (( the LGBT Culture )) can’t very well demand a Pride parade for ourselves and simultaneously seek to deny Straight people of the same exact right – that would be the very pinnacle of HYPOCRISY and discrimination.

    If we do so we would become no different than the very oppressors that Gay Pride parades rally against.

    I do find that some of the reasons for a Straight Pride parade seem, well – shady.

    Except perhaps for this quote from organizer John Hugo: “We want tolerance, and we want tolerance for everybody — not just the LGBTQ community,”.

    That sentiment mirrors the very essence of what Gay Pride is about – tolerance, nee, Acceptance of and EQUALITY for all peoples regardless of identity.

    I am also rather amazed that our minority culture – fighting for equal (( not greater )) rights has created an ‘oppressed majority’ – unless of course the oppression they speak of is that the majority can no longer legally oppress and deny EQUAL rights to the minority.

    Maybe after 37 years of LGBT rights political activism, I’ve become blinded to the dynamic whereby a minority fighting for EQUAL rights somehow strips rights away from the majority – thereby oppressing them as parade organizer Mark Sahady claims.

    Gay Pride was born out of eons of Gay Culture being denied EQUAL rights and being ridiculed, bullied, disowned, imprisoned, beaten, raped, tortured, murdered and discriminated against in employment, housing, education, health care, adoption and marriage, politics, the court system, etcetera – basically EVERY ASPECT of human existence – by the Straight MAJORITY.

    If this is what the Straight majority has had to face EVERY DAY, I am truly sorry that I am so ignorant to that reality (( ? )).

    Perhaps in my decades of activism – I missed the memo.

    What I do find far more troubling than a Straight Pride flag or parade is the vitriol being spewed by *some* members of our Culture. Have we forgotten the experience of being on the receiving end of such hate?

    Shouldn’t we be more ACCEPTING of our Straight sisters and brothers in their dire fight for EQUALITY?

    Rather than balk at a Straight Pride parade – escalating the media coverage of their desperate plight for equality (( equality that was never – EVER – denied )) – maybe we should simply pay no mind and let the parade go on as scheduled.

    Ultimately if the need for Straight freedom from oppression is revealed, then the Straight Pride parade will garner the ongoing media coverage and support that we have enjoyed.

    I am a bit baffled by the plight of Straight people as I’ve never heard of a Straight person having to ‘come out’ to their parents only to be disowned – fueling them to swing, in a noose, from a rafter in their garage until they DIED – as my beloved 19-year-old friend, Keith did.

    I think we should simply take a back seat and let the voices of tens of millions of Straight people in this state speak for themselves; allow that to guide the fate of the desperate need for Straight Pride.

    just sayin…

    1. “I am also rather amazed that our minority culture – fighting for equal (( not greater )) rights has created an ‘oppressed majority’ ”

      Nobody said it was you who created it.
      The website doesn’t point any fingers AFAIK. It simply acknowledges two facts: Straights are the majority. Straights experience oppression.

      Also, it’s ok to be straight. And having a parade to celebrate being alive, happy and straight is a good thing! Parades are *meant* to be organized celebrations, aren’t they?

  25. Men, bring your most toxic selves. Women, prepare to burn your briefcases!

    What the heck is that supposed to mean?
    Im all for celebrating being heterosexual but not up for negativity.

    1. Just who do you think you are to slander the way people look! You are a hard hearted bully.

  26. You guys are great! I’m a gay, liberal New Yorker and I’m absolutely sick of the hate coming from the far left and being told over and over again that my sexuality is my literal “identity.” There also was once a day when gays had a sense of humor. I miss that.

    If anyone makes me feel unwelcome, it’s them and I’m tired of them claiming to speak for me. Maybe I’ll take a road trip up to Boston and join you guys!

  27. This is utterly disgraceful. I will have you shut down because you hurt my Fi – Fis

    1. Go away you nasty wonk. You hurt my Fi Fis more. I thought we were friends. I even bought one of your Mugs.
      Can we meet for Tacos and Tequila. I want to be friends again. X

      1. Tacos and Tequila sounds Super Happy AND Fun. Let’s get together and share a Mug xx

  28. Sigh.. if only I were alive to attend! Quite a proposal you have modestly presented. I’m glad Chris Evans and Smash Mouth took the time to stop eating children so they could respond appropriately!

  29. It’s great to be straight. If I I’m straight and proud of it could be there. I would be there. You guys are doing a great job. Keeps it up. I’m straight and proud of it.

  30. Yaay, I love this. Knock me up on IG and we can cross – promote.
    I’m Super Happy Fun too. Did you know that?

  31. If you cannot attend, can you please put up a donation page for parade to fund for the floats, costumes, etc?

    I’m serious, I would donate just so these guys can have enough money for security and body guards.

    Also, totally would buy a T-shirt.

    1. Thank you. We have been deplatformed and cannot even get credit card donations set up which makes it tough to raise money. This is America today. If you don’t subscribe to groupthink you will be deplatformed. But we will endure.

  32. Straights have no business having a parade. It’s good that now they’re the ones in the closet.

  33. Maybe this will go viral next year across the world. I’m looking for it to come to a town near everyone.

  34. Dear Super Happy Fun America,

    For many years, I was a gay, queer man. By this, I mean I was a happy but unusual person. I was allied with your rival activities group, Sub-par Unhappy Dismal Unamerica, who organized Crooked Humility Parades.

    But since hearing of Milo Yiannopoulos becoming marshal, I realize that you are completely serious and dedicated crusaders and fighters for the rights of all heteronormative breeders to be inclusively empowered in diverse diversity with inclusion!

    I have burned by membership card to my former misery groups and now fully support your efforts. By which I mean I am sitting at a keyboard taking four minutes to type this note.

    However, his last name is hard to spell. Please tell him that as someone married to a man, he has the same rights as a woman to change his last name, hopefully to something easy to remember. Suggest “Milo Fab”

    1. Hope to see you in person. You are more than welcome to attend. Don’t listen to the haters. We welcome everybody so long as they show mutual respect.

  35. your “mascot” didn’t have a scheduling confilct, he threatened to sue your sorry asses for using him without direct permission. Not sure why you would lie about something so trivial. Doubt you have a new mascot with permission either.

  36. I can only hope that EVERY STRAIGHT PERSON IN THE STATES shows up. This could be the biggest and most important [AND fun] statement in decades!!

  37. I am ready to become a SUPER HAPPY FUN AMERICAN. And meet other SUPER HAPPY FUN AMERICANS. Unfortunately I live in Wyoming, and my pony would get tuckered out packing my fat ass all the way to Boston, so I can’t attend the parade. I would love to meet some of the very special folks who have commented on this page, especially Kelly & Karen & Rob & John & Prince Blake & Theresa and John Wright. I Know! Maybe someday you can come to Wyoming and we can get in a room together and have a SUPER HAPPY FUN AMERICAN PILLOW FIGHT. This would be SO GREAT! So long from ole Wyoming, Have to go feed the chickens.

  38. I feel like trolling should have at least some effort put into it. I mean if you’re going to be an asshole, at least make it believable.

  39. You are not welcome, we are actually inclusive and Milo is a fantastic rep. Feel free not to show. 🙂

  40. Awesome! There’s nothing wrong with having gay allies for your Straight Pride. I’m gay and can’t wait to see this take off. Just wonderful.

  41. kindness please, just because you don’t agree with his views does not mean you should hate ‘him’

  42. I hope this march draws thousands of attractive, revealingly dressed couples frolicking in the summer heat in celebration of the only sexual orientation that reproduces naturally! No one should engage in behavior that can get them arrested, but nevertheless, we should push the envelope a bit! Don’t let this event be hijacked by the more prudish “Christians” who are anything but super happy and fun. That would defeat its entire purpose.

  43. Why are conservatives sooooo terrible at parody? It’s like you suck the fun out of a funny joke, and replace it with swastikas.

  44. As a Gay man who came out 43 years ago -with over 30 of them as an activist- I salute this parade and all it stands for; particularly since my own tribe was long ago usurped by leftist opportunists who saw us as a very EASY flock to be led – and we were so depserate for social acceptance that we willingly allowed ourselves to be shamelssly used. I personally knew the Gay movers/shakers of the 1950’s [names like Hary Hay, Hal Call and Phyllis Lyon] who in their dotage expressed dismay at what was happening to the cause they worked hard to create as it morphed into the exact opposite of what they had in mind. One of Harvey Milk’s most fmaous quotes was “NEVER BLEND IN!” and yet that’s precisely the goal of young Gay people – they want universal acceptance of every new deviance they can conceive and the result is that the straight community rightfully feels that they are now the oppressed instead of the oppressors. Like it or not, morality is always defined by society and when morality decays, so too does civilisation… and that’s where we are today.

    This parade is a call to arms for those who truly respect their fellow human beings to do so publicly and with happiness and joy instead of the rancor and divisiiveness the Left would have you engage in… and it’s lonnnng overdue!

    Gay people need to take a step back and look at what really defines their own lives -and their movement- because they have lost control of both… and, as another poster accurately stated above, they’ve also lost their sense of humor along the way as well.

    I still control my life and my own destiny and encourage everyone with a shred of personal pride -Gay or Straight- to do the same.

  45. Milo Yiannopoulis hosting a “straight pride” parade? In his best Boy George costume? Are you SURE this isn’t some sort of a joke of which the homophobes will be the butt?

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  48. LOL!!! So a “straight pride event” has a flaming queen for their mascot! You just can’t make this stuff up! As mascot will he wear a sequined dog collar?

  49. I loved what Gregory had to say. Thank you for your honesty Gregory.
    This parade is a brilliant idea and anyone who is against it seriously needs to ask themselves why.
    Super Happy Fun America – good on you. Greetings from Alberta, Canada

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