If you thought National Pride Month would come to a close without any official notice from the current White House administration, you were correct. Still, you probably weren’t prepared for the lunacy that is
National Trolling Day Heterosexual Pride Day, a Twitter initiative that one day celebrates one 24-hour period when straight people can celebrate their chosen lifestyle and be themselves in public…you know unlike, um, every other day of the year.
The movement was actually launched June 29, 2016, but this year it gained momentum for some strange reason
such as the stance of the president and vice president we can’t quite put our finger on. Naturally, Twitter is having a field day. Below are some of the more creative acknowledgements of this historic date.
Heterosexuals can be proud of all the cool queers they've made doing their straightsex thing. Some cool straights too! #HeterosexualPrideDay
— Dan Savage (@fakedansavage) June 29, 2017
Im just gonna assume #HeterosexualPrideDay was made by the kids who threw a fit if they didn't get a gift on someone else's birthday
— Johnny_Wilbury (@TylerSnodgres) June 29, 2017
Congrats on your toxic dysfunctional relationships, high divorce rates and boring af predictable romances in films ? #HeterosexualPrideDay
— Lana Del Rey (@LanaDelRlley) June 29, 2017
when ur so insecure abt ur unhappy marriages and bad romance films that u get jealous of ppl being murdered #HeterosexualPrideDay
— futch (@kynespeace) June 29, 2017
#HeterosexualPrideDay would celebrate:
— Francisco-Luis White (@FranciscoLWhite) June 29, 2017
— rt pinned bc yes (@kaleb8132) June 29, 2017
Happy #HeterosexualPrideDay or also known as
RT if u don't judge?
— Trevor Tomlinson (@TrevTomlinson) June 29, 2017
— Juggalocialism (@UweBollocks) June 29, 2017
Dear straights: in which country are you oppressed and being jailed or killed for existing?
Please enlighten me.#HeterosexualPrideDay
— André (@andre_finger) June 29, 2017
#HeterosexualPrideDay Who cares? Like who you want. You don't need to shove it into people's faces.
— Jack Breslauer (@jack_breslauer) June 29, 2017
— Gerald Henderson (@tao_ofG) June 29, 2017