Milo Yiannopoulos Officially Set To Captain Straight Pride Parade In Boston This August

The Straight Pride Parade has been called an opportunity to "celebrate heterosexuality."

The Straight Pride Parade has been officially approved in Boston for August 31, and conservative icon Milo Yiannopoulos is set to be the grand marshal of the parade.

After initially being denied a permit, the parade is now set to begin at Copley Square and march past Boston Public Garden before reaching City Hall.

“We filed a discrimination complaint and it appears the City of Boston understands they would lose in litigation,” the parade organizer’s vice president Mark Sahady, said in a Facebook post. “The city is now working with us on the parade.”

The Straight Pride Parade has riled up angry fringe celebrities including Whoopi Goldberg and Smash Mouth.

“By labeling our movement as a ‘straight white guy parade’, Whoopi Goldberg effectively trivialized the voices of many in the diverse communities that are participating,” said Straight Pride Parade Grand Marshal Milo Yiannopoulos. “Goldberg’s comments were an act of literal violence that has endangered the lives of heterosexuals everywhere. Heterosexuals have languished in the shadows for decades, but they’re not taking it lying down any more. Until an ‘S’ is added, LGBTQ pride will continue to be a system of oppression designed to systematically erase straight people from existence.”

With Generation Z becoming less enamored with the LGBT community, the Straight Pride Parade may become a trend nationwide.

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Andrew Meyer