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August 6, 2007

Lesbian Chief Forces San Diego's Bravest to Ride in Gay Pride Parade

Homosexuals certainly are getting heavy-handed when it comes to imposing their depravity on normal people by force. Four San Diego firefighters were recently forced to participate in a gay pride parade by openly lesbian Fire Chief Tracy Jarman.

According to a press release, the firefighters "were subjected to vile sexual taunts from homosexuals lining the parade route." These included "Show me your hose," "You can put out my fire," "Give me mouth-to-mouth," "Blow my hose," etc.

When the firefighters failed to respond, the crowd got nasty, cursing at them and flipping them the bird. The gays directed lewd gestures at the firefighters, blowing kisses, grabbing their crotches, and even exposing themselves.

As one fireman reported:

You could not even look at the crowd without getting some kind of sexual gesture. If any crew member were to hang up pictures at the station of what we saw, we would be disciplined.

Apparently imposing this was part of Jarman's campaign to make the fire department more "diverse."

Beneath and outside the call of duty.

On a tip from Bob.


With thanks to Nigel, a PDF of the firefighters' sexual harassment complaint can be found here.

Posted by Van Helsing at August 6, 2007 9:01 PM



This is the kind of crap that kind of makes San Diego no longer "America's Finest City"...

Posted by: Nigel at August 6, 2007 10:38 PM

Meanwhile, once-Great Britain swirls farther down the drain as its Foreign Office Minister suggests that the UK give up its UN seat to the EU

Posted by: Panday at August 7, 2007 2:57 AM

This is the kind of crap that justifies the lables given homosexual activists and apologists. "Main stream gay" is perverted porn and if you don't like it the homosexual thought police will get you for a hate crime.

diversity = perversity

Posted by: Jimbo at August 7, 2007 4:23 AM

How does this happen with no accountability and not-so-widespread reporting?

This should be on O'Reilly, or other national media outlet, where the firechief must face a questioner and account for these forced actions and harassment. Why does this one get so low on the radar?

Does anybody know?

Posted by: what? at August 7, 2007 5:33 AM

It's not covered because the media feel it's their duty to act as PR for selected oppressed/victim groups. If they told the truth about the underbelly of gay culture... like the websites where gay men with AIDS brag about infecting others with the virus, or the wink-and-a-nod acceptance of extreme and illegal sexual practices ... it would be bad PR for the victim group in question.

Ditto black underachievement and black-on-black violence. Ditto violent crimes committed by illegal immigrants. These issues have to be hidden from the public view, lest the groups in question get bad PR.

Posted by: V the K at August 7, 2007 5:45 AM

You hit the nail on the head, V the K. When the MSM finally do provide coverage, the actions of the officially-approved victim groups are then sanitized. For example, criminals portrayed as victims of capitalist oppression, or PLO terrorists as victims of Israeli imperialism. The worse the deed, the thicker the sanitizing.

Posted by: AWOL Civilization at August 7, 2007 6:37 AM

They want equal treatment, yet they seem to not want to act equally in public.

I'm going to organize a hetero pride parade where we all fornicate heterosexually on a big parade float. Something tells me it won't be approved... but if I wanted to stick a guy in the ass they would call it "multiculturalism."

Posted by: Huck at August 7, 2007 9:21 AM

Looks like we're getting SF'ed. The Padres recently allowed the "Gay Men's [sic] Choir" to sing the National Anthem before a game. I asked if the Padres if they would allow another group defined solely by its sexual proclivities - such as NAMBLA, or a heterosexual swingers' club - to do the same thing. No answer.

Posted by: Jay Guevara at August 7, 2007 9:34 AM

I would really like to know if those firefighters could complain of sexual harassment. Even if their "chief" didn't actually do the harassing, they were forced to be in a situation that subjected them to harassment. (Just imagine the trouble you'd be in if you did any of the behaviors described in the article at a normal workplace).

Posted by: Anonymous at August 7, 2007 10:08 AM

I believe the fire-fighters likely have a very legitimate sexual harassment claim.

What would be the politically correct and media reaction if gay fire-fighters were forced to attend a large religious rally, and they were called "sinners" and "heathens"? It would be a national issue then. Yet for some reason it is OK for tax-payers to send representatives to a Gay Pride event, and worse, force unwilling city employees to go and be subjected to verbal rape? Jarman should be forced to resign.

Posted by: JsinGood at August 7, 2007 10:44 AM

In the olden days, criminals and war time colaborators would be marched down the street to the jeers and taunts of the population to bring shame upon them.

But now we're too civilized for that sort of thing, right?

Posted by: KHarn at August 7, 2007 12:50 PM

Just so you know Bill O'Reilly had one of the firemen on last night with his lawyer. Bill's none too happy with SD these days, what with banning the boy scouts, the Padres scheduling the gay day the same day as the family day and now this.

Posted by: COD at August 8, 2007 12:03 PM

Poor babies! Wahhhhhhhhhhh!

Posted by: CW at August 16, 2007 6:43 PM

What a bunch of whiners. Ooooh, someone blew me a kiss! I'm melting! Ha ha ha ha!

Posted by: CW at August 16, 2007 6:55 PM

very goog im like gay

Posted by: didiey at August 18, 2007 1:26 AM

i like that

Posted by: ahmad at August 21, 2007 2:05 PM

Sehr schön die zwei!

Posted by: Linse at August 24, 2007 11:21 AM

was soll das eigentlich? was meinst du? schön?

Posted by: keineanhnung at September 13, 2007 8:29 PM