January 20, 2007

KIDS AND GAY PRIDE? ONLY IN THE WORLD OF THE DUTCH...


All I have to say is this.... WTF?????????



Children allowed in Amsterdam Gay Pride


AMSTERDAM — Children have been the given the go-ahead to participate in Amsterdam's Gay Pride canal parade in the summer.


The gay children will have their own boat with room for 30 gay children, news service NIS reported on Friday.


Gay Pride involves groups of men and women going through the canals in countless boats, often scantily clad. And with the support of gay rights organisation COC, a 14-year-old boy has taken the initiative to have a boat with homosexual children participate on 4 August. The minimum age for children to join him is 11. "From this age, there is already demand among young homos to have contacts with their peers of the same proclivity," COC said.



7 comments:

Deb357 said...

Well, hmmmm, I guess I don't have a problem with gay children having their own float and parade, but not within the gay adults parade. Maybe have a gay childrens parade seperate?

Anonymous said...

Gay sex are very invasive and permitted by Dutch Law. There is also no rape crimes guidelines defined between gay males. There were cases in Holland a 14-year-old boy had sex with his foster grandfather without any problem.

Anonymous said...

Congress are easying the travel ban to Cuba, paving way for big comeback of tourism there. The lustic Cuban beaches and the old swordfishing stories by Earnest Hemmingway will push Cuba to the No. 1 spot of the American dream paradise. The passion for Cuba by the Americans will definitely put the Dutch ABC islands out of tourism business.

Auntiem said...

I've never been to Cuba, but an aunt of mine married a man from Cuba, many years ago, like in the 1930's. My Uncle Richard, had come here for an education and became a very wealthy man. Besides making many trips, via the old Ships that crossed the Atlantic ( Queen Mary, Ile de France) they also made many trips to the delightful city of Havana, that was in the 50's, pre Castro. Then came the overthrow, and my uncle was able to get an adult neice out. Who would want to go to Cuba now? The lavish hotels are in ruins, the country is in abject poverty, what a depressing vacation. Some may go out of curiosity, they may be intrigued but they will be disappointed. It would take decades to rebuild, number one. Second, the generations that have grown up since Castro are indoctrinated in Communism and hate Americans. Cuba is not going to start rebuilding resorts upon the death of Fidel, his brother, his son are in place already and have been running the country for quite awhile. We don't need their sugar, Cuban refugees, years ago, came to Florida and started the sugar cane business there. Why would anyone go there? Is this some kind of fairy-tale to incourage Aruba? If so, let them watch Cuba.....It will never again be a "hot spot" for tourists. The days of Ricky Ricardo are over. Fidel even trashed New York hotel when he came to the UN. many years ago. He even brought chickens, and was televised swinging one around during a meeting at UN. Cuba..No, Aruba...No!!

Anonymous said...

When everything is >>legal<<<, no wonder there are no crimes.

WTF- what type of up-bringing does these children have?

Anonymous said...

The Congress control the purse. The foreign aid committe has decided to cut off funding for the new buildings mortgage loan for the ISA in Aruba. There comes a big layoff of teachers and school workers. The school new enrollment will lose 70% of the top students from other islands and countries. Aruba's reputation has been tarnished completely internationally.

Anonymous said...

The reputation of the Dutch government are plummetting and on hell fire to complete destruction on the ground. The corruptions and coverups of missing Americans in the Dutch Antillies islands are the very serious American political issues. America are on the wrong tracks because our current president would not want to prosecute the Dutch government for their violences towards our American citizens in their Caribbean territories.