Fairbanks is about to endure a well-organized and heavily funded LGBTQ cultural tsunami during so-called “Pride Month.”
The annual display of sexual fluidity is being spearheaded by radical LGBTQ activists who aim to push their agenda on area businesses, schools, parks and youth spaces during the month of June.
Organized by the Fairbanks Queer Collective and underwritten by Planned Parenthood, ACLU, GCI, Boys & Girls Club, University of Alaska Fairbanks and a host of LGBTQ activist organization, 2023 Fairbanks Pride will include “gender euphoria” parties, drag queens, queer crafts, STD testing, LGBTQ walks, rainbow picnics, gay volleyball and a queer summer youth camp set for September.
While the Pride festivities are billed as welcoming and inclusive, one demographic is unwelcomed.
The emphasis is clearly on appealing to children and families, and all events are billed as “family-friendly and all ages.”
The Gender Euphoria Party, to be held on the UAF campus, is advertised as space to “explore gender expression and celebrate ourselves.” Children are encouraged to cross dress and explore queer fashion while also prancing down a catwalk.
“Dance around in our gender fabulous fashions and mingle with new fab friends,” a promotional for the gender-bender party states. Native Movement, UAF, Boys & Girls Club, Planned Parenthood and PFLAG are listed as sponsors.
Another event appeals to those who like coloring and crafts. Sponsored by Planned Parenthood, the Queer Craft Lunch invites all ages to “spread QUEER JOY.”
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One day is scheduled for Pioneer Park Playground, while another features a Rainbow Picnic – offering free sexually transmitted disease testing, an open mic, music, games and complementary kayak rentals.
While the Pride festivities are billed as welcoming and inclusive, one demographic is unwelcomed – those who ascribe to religious beliefs that are not on board with the radical LGBTQ cultural and political agenda.
In a Facebook post about 2023 Pride the Fairbanks Queer Collective accused traditional religious groups of spreading a “hateful agenda.” It then urges people to abandon these churches in favor of congregations that embrace the LGBTQ agenda.
“You can always join congregations that are loving and accepting of all,” the post states. “Surrounding yourself with loving people is good for your spirituality and overall health. Just saying.”