Six Flags New Engalnd sponsoring huge "Gay Day" in amusement park this Sunday
Sept. 15, 2009
The Six Flags New England amusement park has a new scheme to help bail themselves out of debt: Have the biggest "Gay Day" ever. And that's exactly what they're doing.
Earlier this year Six Flags of New England filed for bankruptcy protection. Apparently they feel they need to be creative.
Over the last few months Six Flags of New England in Agawam has bought full-page ads in the hard-core homosexual newspaper Bay Windows advertising an "Out in the Park" celebration - a full day of homosexuality in Six Flags.
Billed as an "Exclusive event for the Gay and Lesbian Community" they offer special low rates, free parking, an all-you-can-eat buffet, and special gay "Out in the Park" shuttle bus service that day to and from Boston and/or Providence RI.
And there's more: they have special "gay" live performances that day by "Alex Mapa from Ugly Betty and Desperate Housewives" and "Miss Kitty Litter" with "Wabrina Blaze and Mind Gaymes".
Six Flags seems to know this may offend people
It's interesting that their "Gay Day" is not mentioned anywhere on the main Six Flags New England website.
Here's the regular Six Flags New England website that the general public sees:
You can call the Six Flags New England office at: (413) 786-9300 x0 and let them know your thoughts on all this.
Obviously, Six Flags is a private business and can do what it wants. But citizens and parents can also do what they want -- by not patronizing Six Flags and letting them know why. Six Flags is sending us all a broader message, and doing their part to integrate the homosexual movement into society. For a business that caters to children, this is pretty chilling.
Why an amusement park?
Think about this: Normally, a group of adults wouldn't be interested in a child's amusement park. Most people might go on a cruise, or to a pro football or baseball game, or to a picnic, hike, sightseeing tour, or museum.
But as we see so much, the homosexual community seems to be obsessed with events connected to children, such as the public schools, parades, "gay youth" events, and children's' sections of libraries. And of course, there's the famous "Gay Days" at Disneyworld. One might speculate on their own delayed development.