Some people seem to think that human rights are like that pizza pie. The people who seem to think that are those who don't realize how much they take those rights for granted. Whenever laws are passed to prevent people from being fired from, or denied jobs because of their race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation or gender identity or expression, they think something has been taken from them.
Even an expression of self-esteem from a black or transgender person raises their hackles. They see the main streets of their cities being closed to allow a parade or march for "pride" (unless it's for their group of people, e.g., the St. Patrick's or Columbus Day parades) as "special treatment". They're the ones who whine "White lives matter, too!"
So I guess I shouldn't be surprised that someone organized a Heterosexual Pride parade. I'm a little surprised that it was held in Seattle. Then again, I guess nothing will raise some people's hackles more than living in proximity to the ones they believe are receiving "preferential treatment".
Then again, Seattle is full of enlightened people. How do I know that? Well, for one thing, Marci Bowers has lived and practiced obstetrics and gynecology there for decades. For another, they stayed away from the "parade".
Yes, parade organizer Anthony Rebello was all by himself. Not even his girlfriend showed up.
Well, whatever else you want to say about him, he knows a thing or two about damage control. Knowing he had egg on his face, he declared that his Parade of One was just a "warm up" for next year's event.
Mr. Rebello: There are all sorts of other things you can do by yourself! And you don't have to do them in public!