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“Gay Day” Numbers Dwindling

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One News Now — Continuing the trend of previous years, attendance at last weekend’s homosexual pride event at Disney World was down yet again.

Homosexual activists don red shirts and use major attractions in the Orlando, Florida, area to promote their lifestyle the first week of June every year. But David Caton of the Florida Family Association (FFA) tells OneNewsNow the overall attendance at the theme park was down about five percent this year.

“The extraordinary thing was ‘Gay Day’ patron attendance was down almost 60 percent,” he reports. “It was astonishing to see the remarkably decreased number of red shirts, which had all kinds of statements on [them] proclaiming homosexuality.”

On Friday, FFA flew two airplanes, each with a trailing banner to notify the public that homosexuals would be in the Magic Kingdom on Saturday. Families who did not get the memo reportedly stayed in the park for just a couple of hours on Saturday, then left upon realizing what was taking place.

“We may not be able to influence Disney to change their policy, but we can trust in [OneNewsNow] to warn people about events like this so that we can avoid them and avoid offending our families,” Caton comments. “And as a consequence, we undo what they intend to do,” which is to celebrate their lifestyle in front of a captive audience, including children.

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  1. I would agree with Reverend William McGarvey that, the call from our Palestinian brothers and sisters has fallen on deaf ears. The call has fallen on deaf Syrian and Jordanian ears. They refuse to help the Palestinians, and insist on using them as political pawns. The Palestinians are suffering from wars started when Arab nations started their unprovoked attack against Israel. Bill

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