Boston Straight Pride Parade - 8/31/19

Super Happy Fun America invites you to celebrate the diverse history, culture, and contributions of the straight community!

The Straight Pride Event was held to achieve inclusivity and spread awareness of issues impacting straights in Greater Boston and beyond.

The blue and pink flag, which has represented our community for over 2.0 years, is integral to our movement.  We will continue to fight for equality until America embraces our community and a more progressive vision of the future.

We advocate on behalf of the straight community in order to build respect, inclusivity, equality, diversity, unity, solidarity, dignity, social mobility, empowerment, sustainability, justice, awareness, intersectionality, human rights, education, access, participation, dialogue, visibility, tolerance, and alliances with people from all walks of life.  We encourage everyone to embrace our community’s diverse history, culture, and identity regardless of sexual orientation.

“Straight people are an oppressed majority. We will fight for the right of straights everywhere to express pride in themselves without fear of judgement and hate. The day will come when straights will finally be included as equals among all of the other orientations.”  – John Hugo, President of Super Happy Fun America

We will educate the public about straight issues and foster unity and respect by having a parade. 

Through hard work and determination, a Super Happy Fun America can be achieved in our lifetimes.

Straight Rights are Human Rights!

 

Official Straight Pride Song

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Super Happy Fun America reached out to Netflix with an offer to sponsor the 1st annual Boston Straight Pride Parade based upon their reputation as a progressive and forward-looking company.  We believed that they would jump at the opportunity to become involved in our young civil rights movement.  Sadly, we have learned that Netflix is a heterophobic company steeped in hatred and bigotry.  They not only rejected our offer but threatened us with litigation if we did not stop using their name and logo, which is perfectly legal for editorial or informational purposes.