LGBT Publication Calls Little Prince George a Gay Icon. He’s Only Four. [VIDEO]

by Kim Quade on August 11, 2017

I’m gonna come right out here and say this: calling a four-year-old boy a “gay icon” is a special kind of sick.

Who does this?

Well, of course, it’s the gay activist community. And the little boy they’re slobbering over? He’s little Prince George of the British royal family. You know, the cute little son of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, whom we better know as Prince William and Kate.

It all started when the royal family was in Germany last month. Little George climbed into the cockpit of a helicopter, and like many little boys he was thrilled. Moreover, it was kind of an early birthday present for him since he was about to turn four.

So here’s the photograph that so excited some really sick people on the LGBT site PinkNews:

The adorable little boy led PinkNews writer Josh Jackman to write this sick tripe:

“Prince George has become a gay icon overnight. The monarch-to-be has always been cute and well-dressed, but one day before his fourth birthday, a photo of him excitedly holding his face changed everything.”

Oh, it gets worse.

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And then there’s this, from a ‘HuffPostQueer’ writer:

One Northern Irish politician, Jim Allister, is disgusted, and rightfully so:

‘Sexualising a young child in this fashion is entirely inappropriate. In reality, the photo which prompted the piece shows a four-year-old boy who is smartly dressed and excited about being on a helicopter with his male father and female mother. To take an image of a little boy and to fantasise of him being an icon for a life defined by sex is outrageous and sick.’

But PinkNews defends its writing, saying that while little George is not necessarily gay, but is an advocate for gays. Or some such rot:

“There are of course those who say that any discussion of the prince’s sexuality is premature, but this isn’t about his sexuality. As Madonna, Lady Gaga, the Babadook and yes, even Ariana Grande have shown, you don’t have to be gay or even have a defined sexuality to be an LGBT icon. Kids are born with a sexuality, and should be encouraged to find it without it being assumed that they’re straight.”

This is no longer about a beleaguered community gaining rights. It’s not about equality. This is about destruction of traditional mores and about pushing gay sexual practices into the public square. Even if it means turning an innocent little boy into some sort of sick sex object.

Stop pissing on my foot and telling me that it’s raining, m’kay?

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Scott August 11, 2017 at 3:14 pm

“This is no longer about a beleaguered community gaining rights. It’s not about equality.”… Sorry to disagree Kim, but it was never about these things
“This is about destruction of traditional mores and about pushing gay sexual practices into the public square. Even if it means turning an innocent little boy into some sort of sick sex object.”.. That’s what it’s been about since the beginning, sadly…

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Kate August 11, 2017 at 5:28 pm

Agenda.

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parker August 11, 2017 at 7:23 pm

These people deserve to be tarred and feathered and put in stocks on the public square. Don’t care what consenting adults do in private, just don’t want to hear about it. And when children are brought into their agenda… tar and feathers, and perhaps the occasional beat down.

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