The area is said to encourage a more diverse audience to attend the event
Epsom Derby organisers have been accused of imposing an “expensive PR game” with the introduction of LGBT areas at this year’s event.
The area is said to encourage a more diverse audience to attend the event.
The “celebratory” venue will feature drag performances and free queer literature on the opening day of the races.
The Jockey Club is facing backlash over the decision, with social commentator Emma Webb saying the move is stereotyping the people it is aimed at.
When Monty Pythons’ movie The Life of Brian hit movie screens in 1979, it ignited a chorus of controversy because of its religious satire theme, drawing accusations of blasphemy and protests from some religious groups.
Thirty-nine local authorities in the United Kingdom either imposed an outright ban or imposed an X (18 years and older only) certificate.
Python lovers would likely call it one the comedy group’s best films, perhaps best known for the hit tune Always Look on the Bright Side of Life and a scene that is suddenly being attacked by the woke folk.
John Cleese and Eric Idle, founding members of Monty Python, have been working on a live version of the movie, says Brodigan on the Louder with Crowder website.
“Former Monty Python members John Cleese and Eric Idle are working on a stage production of The Life of Brian,” says Brodigan.
“Though I don’t think anyone is a ‘former’ Python member. Kinda like once a Marine, always a Marine. The story is based on the 1979 film satirizing the life of Jesus Christ. You can still do that in 2023, but one thing you can’t do in 2023 has been cut out of the play.”
You can’t mock men claiming they can have babies, says Brodigan, like they do in this scene where a man named Stan wants to have a baby and wants to be called Loretta.
Cartoon about transit safety and the woke.
In Calgary, on Canada Day, the traditional fireworks show will be replaced with a stunning display of virtue signalling! The change is apparently being introduced to address any and all of the following, depending on who you ask:
• Cultural sensitivities
• Truth and Reconciliation
• Traffic delays
• The 100th anniversary of the Chinese Immigration Act
• Parking restrictions
• Migratory birds
• Community impacts
The only thing the City seems to have failed to consider when making this decision?
What Calgarians want.
Target is selling a “tuck-friendly” bathing suit as part of its massive pride collection, which has already made waves for its overt marketing to children.
Target released its latest “pride” collection ahead of what secular society has deemed “pride” month, taking place in June. The far-left uses the artificial designation of the month to further radical gender ideology, which teaches that biology does not matter and gender does not correspond with an individual’s biological sex, leading to the further erasure of women.
The pride section, routinely placed toward the front of the department stores, features items for not just adults, but children as well. And this year, Target is rolling out a “tuck-friendly” bathing suit designed to help biological men “tuck” their genitals away to appear more feminine.
Additionally, it says,”Wood Milk is made from the finest trees grown the old-fashioned way: out of the ground. We think our artisanal blend of trunks, roots and branches will be the only milk you’ll want to drink for the rest of your life” and “… sure, Wood Milk is great for you. But did you know it also tastes like real wood? A world-renowned milk sommelier said of its taste: “With delightful hints of hickory, Wood Milk is even more delicious than it looks.”
Warning, this video contains serious satire and an entertaining ending.
The Bud Light saga has gone from woke to choke to joke to, maybe, broke.
In what appears to be an effort to move inventories of the beer that aren’t selling, special promotions are offering a rebate on Bud Light purchases, where the rebate is higher than the purchase price.
The New York Post reports of retailers selling a case of Bud Light for $19.98, with purchasers eligible for a $20 rebate.
The new Adidas “Pride 2023” ad campaign features a man wearing a women’s one-piece bathing suit, perpetuating an ongoing corporate trend featuring men in women’s clothing.
Deemed the “Pride Swimsuit” and sold for a whopping price of $70, the Adidas one-piece features a fully-male model proudly displaying what can only be described as a man-bulge in his groin region. Video on the Adidas site also features the man swaying and sauntering in the one-piece.
Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI), the beleaguered parent company of Bud Light beer, will soon launch a new marketing campaign to repair the damage done by its last marketing campaign, which embraced transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
The plan is to feature Bud Light and the company’s signature beer, Budweiser, in a line of camouflage aluminum bottles that promote the ‘Folds of Honor’ program, which provides educational scholarships for families of fallen and disabled American military service members and first responders, the New York Post reported.
“It’s an aluminum bottle,” a source familiar with the plan told the Post. “I believe it is the only package that will be transitioning, but I am not 100% certain on that.”
It is similar to a campaign used by the company in 2017 when it released patriotic cans and bottles with the name ‘Budweiser’ replaced by the word ‘America.’ That year the company also introduced a military-inspired camouflaged aluminum bottle.
A 40-year-old woman appeared in court accused of carrying out a “sophisticated” scam to convince her partner she was dating a man
A woman convinced her girlfriend of two years into believing she was having sex with a man, jurors have been told.
Blade Silvano, 40, from Bishop’s Castle in Shropshire, met her partner, who cannot be named for legal reasons, on an online dating site in 2016.
They had sexual intercourse on two separate occasions and even discussed wedding plans, Cambridge Crown Court has heard.
The pair were last in contact in October 2018.