I am not making this up.
According to the Nashville Gay Pride website, Home Depot gave over $5,000 to be a major sponsor of its 2009 Gay Pride Festival in June. But simply financing the event wasn’t enough for the big box chain.
Home Depot also signed on as a vendor, conducting kid’s craft workshops for children via a special booth set up just for them.
To this end, Home Depot is basically encouraging the attendance of children at events which openly expose them to transvestites, cross-dressers, and homosexual activities.
Unfortunately, Home Depot’s participation in the Nashville Pride Festival doesn’t stand alone. It has also sponsored kid’s booths at other gay events in Atlanta, Kansas City, Durham, Portland, and San Diego.
Gay pride events have a long track record for offensive public displays of homosexual conduct. Obviously, Home Depot is OK with the idea of exposing children to an unhealthy and risky environment. So much so, it is willing to participate in it.
We bought a bunch of stuff for our new house tonight. I’m really glad we went to Lowe’s and not Home Depot. Home Depot is closer to our new place but I’ll be glad to drive a little farther to get to Lowe’s.
Read more here at the One Million Dads site. You can send emails to the leaders at companies like Home Depot. They have drafts like this that you can edit or send as is.
Dear Chairman Blake:
Your company’s financial support of gay pride parades is disappointing to me.
However, Home Depot’s decision to also include children’s activities at these events is irresponsible, at best.
Gay pride events are known for their frequent and offensive public displays of homosexual conduct. By offering craft workshops specifically designed for children, Home Depot is encouraging their attendance.
Thus, they will likely be exposed to unhealthy and risky environments.
I’m imploring you to put the safety and well-being of children first by not sponsoring or participating in homosexual events.