The annual Tournament of Roses parade is changing, and with that change comes some advice: Don’t watch.
Two men are to be “married” on one of the floats in the January 1 parade, which is held annually in Pasadena, California.
LaBarbera says the “marriage” is another attempt by homosexual activists to “legitimize” their sin, arguing that the homosexuals don’t care about corrupting children and teaching immoral lessons.
“It’s all about the gay activists,” says LaBarbera. “It’s, Me, me, me. I want everybody to celebrate my sexual sin so that I can rationalize it to myself. That’s what it comes down to.”
People can take action by not attending the parade, by not watching television coverage, and by sending complaints to those responsible for the even