Will Kaitlyn Ashley Hunt be at Disney on June 1st?

by Datechguy | May 30th, 2013

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Will Kaitlyn Ashley Hunt be at Disney on June 1st?

One of the things we have seen with the Kait­lyn Hunt case that has really struck me is how the gay rights move­ment has been used as suck­ers by her family.

As more and more facts con­tinue to come out and the reac­tions of Ms. Hunt’s defend­ers become more vit­ri­olic to the point where her father is mak­ing copy­right claims on her pic­tures ‚any asser­tion by any per­son not 100% behind gay mar­riage is to be ignored and if you are in fact Gay and don’t sup­port Kate Hunt you become an unper­son:

A gay cou­ple on the Trea­sure Coast is afraid to show their faces because they say they’ve been attacked per­son­ally for their opin­ions oppos­ing Kait­lyn Hunt. They fear back­lash from the “Free Kate” cam­paign that is 52,000 mem­bers strong on Face­book as of Tues­day night.

I’ve already been vil­i­fied for my opin­ion on social media.”

But this isn’t a low pro­file gay cou­ple, up until a few days ago, both men held high rank­ing posi­tions in a Trea­sure Coast LGBT advo­cacy group.

It all seems like some­thing is hap­pen­ing that I warned the Gay Com­mu­nity about back in Sep­tem­ber of last year.

That post con­cerned this arti­cle at Gawker on nor­mal­iz­ing pedophilia. The argu­ments looked really famil­iar to me.

As you know I’m an oppo­nent of Gay Mar­riage and would sup­port a con­sti­tu­tional amend­ment to define mar­riage as one man one woman, but I’ll tell you this, if I was a sup­porter of Gay Mar­riage with even the slight­est knowl­edge of the his­tory of the Gay Move­ment and I read the argu­ments in the Gawker arti­cle (you can almost hear the cry of “Bigot” to those would dis­agree with the author) I wouldn’t just be insulted, I’d be furious.

I sug­gested the gay move­ment get in front of this busi­ness fast to head it off and not be asso­ci­ated with such a move­ment but as the game plan of the #freekate peo­ple becomes more plain it seems exactly the oppo­site is going on. We are start­ing to see peo­ple using this as a “big­otry lit­mus test” and no amount of infor­ma­tion to the con­trary will be accepted.

This is already a trap that appar­ently with the excep­tion of a few peo­ple such as Joan McCarter the left and their media allies fool­ishly didn’t avoid as Stacy McCain put it:

To say that lib­eral media cov­er­age of Hunt has been ‘favor­able’ is to say that the Sis­tine Chapel ceil­ing depicts a favor­able image of God.”

And that’s really what it’s about, y’know? Who gives a crap about a com­mon­place crim­i­nal pro­ce­dure in Indian River County, Florida?

But the media said every­body should care about it: The Today show actu­ally por­trayed an accused sex offender as a sym­pa­thetic victim!

What was the name of the pro­ducer who approved that, huh? I would like that per­son to explain the half-​assed back­ground research that led them to believe that Kait­lyn Ash­ley Hunt (Book­ing #201300000708) was a plau­si­ble civil-​rights martyr.

and that sup­port isn’t con­fined to media

That kind of high-​powered public-​relations blitz is not cheap and does not hap­pen by acci­dent. Hunt’s sup­port­ers include the Amer­i­can Civil Lib­er­ties Union and the gay-​rights group Equal­ity Florida — the lat­ter orga­ni­za­tion led by Nadine Smith, who met pri­vately with Pres­i­dent Obama two years ago — as well as the 501©3 non-​profit Pur­pose Foun­da­tion, which receives fund­ing through such phil­an­thropic giants as the Ford Foundation.

And if these traps weren’t bad enough, with June 1st com­ing the #FreeKate move­ment is in a posi­tion to set the biggest trap of all under 100 miles and 100 min­utes away from the School where it all took place.

For those of you who don’t know June 1st annu­ally is Gay Day at Dis­ney World Florida and appar­ently has been for over two decades:

Homo­sex­u­als will be cel­e­brat­ing the 23rd anniver­sary of Gay Day wear­ing match­ing Gay Day mer­chan­dise, such as T-​shirts,” the One Mil­lion Moms web­site reads. “There will also be trans­ves­tites dressed in drag show­ing their sup­port for the event.”

And for those who think it’s just a day where Gay peo­ple can enjoy the park in sol­i­dar­ity it appears it might be a lit­tle more …inter­est­ing:

I can’t help but think of, and feel sorry for – the unsus­pect­ing fam­ily who saved for years for a once in a life­time trip – only to arrive and find that Dis­ney had in fact, been invaded by he-​women and shaved down mus­cle boys. By itself that would not be a prob­lem, but the sheer num­ber of peo­ple who seem to go out of their way to rub their sex­u­al­ity in every­ones face dur­ing this ‘event’ is noth­ing short of disgraceful…

… I don’t like it when I hear pompous wind­bags telling me I’m going to burn in hell for being gay, and I’m sure most of the free world would appre­ci­ate a visit to Dis­ney World that did not include the vision of grown men in go-​go shorts, and ads for lubri­cant promi­nently dis­played through­out the host hotel. Oh, and while we’re on the sub­ject of ‘image’ at the host hotel (this year it was the Sher­a­ton World on Inter­na­tional Drive)– the line of beer trucks out­side the resort was a nice touch, and the liquor kiosks and con­dom ads every 5 feet will cer­tainly not fur­ther the image of us as a bunch of drunken sex fiends.

our proudly gay 42 year old man goes on.

It is widely known through­out the gay com­mu­nity in Orlando that if you want good drugs and great sex, the first week of June is a great time to visit. So much so, that the Orange County Sheriff’s office found it nec­es­sary to sta­tion deputies and drug sniff­ing dogs in the lobby of the host hotel. And before the oppres­sion cho­rus starts warm­ing up, just get real – we all know that it goes on in droves dur­ing gay week – and it’s not ‘oppres­sion’ if it’s jus­ti­fied. I don’t mean to imply that every per­son attend­ing gay days is a drug crazed lunatic – the vast major­ity are not – but no one in the gay com­mu­nity can deny how per­va­sive this prob­lem is, and the prob­lem trav­els with us.

Now given that clien­tele and event and more impor­tantly given this map with Dis­ney under 100 miles and 100 min­utes away…


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…I would bet real money that the Hunt fam­ily will decide this is the per­fect day to pack up the fam­ily and head to Dis­ney World.

And therein lies the trap.

The Hunt family’s efforts have been ham­pered by the release of facts, facts which show not a per­son per­se­cuted due to sex­ual ori­en­ta­tion but an indulged young lady pur­su­ing a very under­age girl after repeated attempts by her par­ents to warn her off, that story has been slow­ing get­ting out online but what if they find an audi­ence that hasn’t heard that side of the story?

Pic­ture it, what do you think will hap­pen if the young Kait­lyn Ash­ley Hunt and her par­ents come to Dis­ney world and tell the story of the strug­gle of their young blond attrac­tive 18-​year-​old girl who, accord­ing to the Media, activists and her sup­port­ers is being per­se­cuted by the fam­ily of her lover sim­ply because she is a les­bian to the crowd Pete Werner is describing?

They will hoist the entire fam­ily on their shoul­ders, and open up their wallets.

As of the moment of this writ­ing the Free Kate site has raised what, $24,000? You get them down to Dis­ney on June 1st with a smart phone and a credit card reader and it will be the most money a phony blond has raised since Tina Brown talked peo­ple into buy­ing Newsweek for her.

It will be great news for the Hunt fam­ily, it will be great news for the Free Katie Crowd.

But for the Gay Com­mu­nity that is start­ing to win more and more votes and argu­ments the whole Kait­lyn Hunt = Rosa Parks busi­ness sim­ply makes them pawns not only in the Hunt’s fam­ily quest to avoid any con­se­quences for her daugh­ter but for the same crowd that has looked at the reac­tions to that Gawker piece with great inter­est.

You have been warned.

Update This guy nails it:

If the #FreeKate move­ment wants all LGBT per­sons to be treated equally, that equal­ity isn’t just lim­ited to legal priv­i­leges. Legal respon­si­bil­i­ties are just as impor­tant, and that includes pun­ish­ments for the com­mis­sion of crimes.

In this case, true LGBT equal­ity under the law would ensure Kate sees her day in court.

Does the LGBT move­ment want equal­ity or power? That is the ques­tion and this case will pro­vide the answer.

One of the things we have seen with the Kaitlyn Hunt case that has really struck me is how the gay rights movement has been used as suckers by her family.

As more and more facts continue to come out and the reactions of Ms. Hunt’s defenders become more vitriolic to the point where her father is making copyright claims on her pictures ,any assertion by any person not 100% behind gay marriage is to be ignored and if you are in fact Gay and don’t support Kate Hunt you become an unperson:

A gay couple on the Treasure Coast is afraid to show their faces because they say they’ve been attacked personally for their opinions opposing Kaitlyn Hunt. They fear backlash from the “Free Kate” campaign that is 52,000 members strong on Facebook as of Tuesday night.

“I’ve already been vilified for my opinion on social media.”

But this isn’t a low profile gay couple, up until a few days ago, both men held high ranking positions in a Treasure Coast LGBT advocacy group.

It all seems like something  is happening that I warned the Gay Community about back in September of last year.

That post concerned this article at Gawker on normalizing pedophilia.  The arguments  looked really familiar to me.

As you know I’m an opponent of Gay Marriage and would support a constitutional amendment to define marriage as one man one woman, but I’ll tell you this, if I was a supporter of Gay Marriage with even the slightest knowledge of the history of the Gay Movement and I read the arguments in the Gawker article (you can almost hear the cry of “Bigot” to those would disagree with the author) I wouldn’t just be insulted, I’d be furious.

I suggested the gay movement get in front of this business fast to head it off and not be associated with such a movement but as the game plan of the #freekate people becomes more plain it seems exactly the opposite is going on.  We are starting to see people using this as a “bigotry litmus test” and no amount of information to the contrary will be accepted.

This is already a trap that apparently with the exception of a few people such as Joan McCarter the left and their media allies foolishly didn’t avoid as Stacy McCain put it:

“To say that liberal media coverage of Hunt has been ‘favorable’ is to say that the Sistine Chapel ceiling depicts a favorable image of God.”

And that’s really what it’s about, y’know? Who gives a crap about a commonplace criminal procedure in Indian River County, Florida?

But the media said everybody should care about it: The Today show actually portrayed an accused sex offender as a sympathetic victim!

What was the name of the producer who approved that, huh? I would like that person to explain the half-assed background research that led them to believe that Kaitlyn Ashley Hunt (Booking #2013-00000708) was a plausible civil-rights martyr.

and that support isn’t confined to media

That kind of high-powered public-relations blitz is not cheap and does not happen by accident. Hunt’s supporters include the American Civil Liberties Union and the gay-rights group Equality Florida — the latter organization led by Nadine Smith, who met privately with President Obama two years ago — as well as the 501(c)3 non-profit Purpose Foundation, which receives funding through such philanthropic giants as the Ford Foundation.

And if these traps weren’t bad enough, with  June 1st coming the #FreeKate movement is in a position to set the biggest trap of all under 100 miles and 100 minutes away from the School where it all took place.

For those of you who don’t know June 1st annually is Gay Day at Disney World Florida and apparently has been for over two decades:

“Homosexuals will be celebrating the 23rd anniversary of Gay Day wearing matching Gay Day merchandise, such as T-shirts,” the One Million Moms website reads. “There will also be transvestites dressed in drag showing their support for the event.”

And for those who think it’s just a day where Gay people can enjoy the park in solidarity it appears it might be a little more …interesting:

I can’t help but think of, and feel sorry for – the unsuspecting family who saved for years for a once in a lifetime trip – only to arrive and find that Disney had in fact, been invaded by he-women and shaved down muscle boys. By itself that would not be a problem, but the sheer number of people who seem to go out of their way to rub their sexuality in everyones face during this ‘event’ is nothing short of disgraceful…

… I don’t like it when I hear pompous windbags telling me I’m going to burn in hell for being gay, and I’m sure most of the free world would appreciate a visit to Disney World that did not include the vision of grown men in go-go shorts, and ads for lubricant prominently displayed throughout the host hotel. Oh, and while we’re on the subject of ‘image’ at the host hotel (this year it was the Sheraton World on International Drive)– the line of beer trucks outside the resort was a nice touch, and the liquor kiosks and condom ads every 5 feet will certainly not further the image of us as a bunch of drunken sex fiends.

our proudly gay 42 year old man goes on.

It is widely known throughout the gay community in Orlando that if you want good drugs and great sex, the first week of June is a great time to visit. So much so, that the Orange County Sheriff’s office found it necessary to station deputies and drug sniffing dogs in the lobby of the host hotel. And before the oppression chorus starts warming up, just get real – we all know that it goes on in droves during gay week – and it’s not ‘oppression’ if it’s justified. I don’t mean to imply that every person attending gay days is a drug crazed lunatic – the vast majority are not – but no one in the gay community can deny how pervasive this problem is, and the problem travels with us.

Now given that clientele and event and more importantly given this map with Disney under 100 miles and 100 minutes away…


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…I would bet real money that the Hunt family will decide this is the perfect day to pack up the family and head to Disney World.

And therein lies the trap.

The Hunt family’s efforts have been hampered by the release of facts, facts which show not a person persecuted due to sexual orientation but an indulged young lady pursuing a very underage girl after repeated attempts by her parents to warn her off, that story has been slowing getting out online but what if they find an audience that hasn’t heard that side of the story?

Picture it, what do you think will happen if the young Kaitlyn Ashley Hunt and her parents come to Disney world and tell the story of the struggle of their young blond attractive 18-year-old girl who, according to the Media, activists and her supporters is being persecuted by the family of her lover simply because she is a lesbian to the crowd Pete Werner is describing?

They will hoist the entire family on their shoulders, and open up their wallets.

As of the moment of this writing the Free Kate site has raised what, $24,000? You get them down to Disney on June 1st with a smart phone and a credit card reader and it will be the most money a phony blond has raised since Tina Brown talked people into buying Newsweek for her.

It will be great news for the Hunt family, it will be great news for the Free Katie Crowd.

But for the Gay Community that is starting to win more and more votes and arguments the whole Kaitlyn Hunt = Rosa Parks business simply makes them pawns not only in the Hunt’s family quest to avoid any consequences for her daughter but for the same crowd that has looked at the reactions to that Gawker piece with great interest.

You have been warned.

Update This guy nails it:

If the #FreeKate movement wants all LGBT persons to be treated equally, that equality isn’t just limited to legal privileges. Legal responsibilities are just as important, and that includes punishments for the commission of crimes.

In this case, true LGBT equality under the law would ensure Kate sees her day in court.

Does the LGBT movement want equality or power? That is the question and this case will provide the answer.

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