I was in Chicago this last Sunday for the Taste of Chicago [1] and I heard the Gay Pride Parade [2] was going on so I hopped on the train over there.  Sure enough there was a huge amount of people over there so I wandered about for some time and came upon this religious protest.  It was peaceful for the most part besides the angry yelling and gestures that were given.  The police were all over standing by in case it got out of hand.  It was good to see people on both sides exercising  their American rights to protest

[1] http://www.explorechicago.org/city/en/supporting_narrative/events___special_events/events/mose/history_of_the_taste.html
[2] http://www.chicagopridecalendar.org/

Gay Pride Protest

I was in Chicago this last Sunday for the Taste of Chicago and I heard the Gay Pride Parade was going on so I hopped on the train over there.  Sure enough there was a huge amount of people over there so I wandered about for some time and came upon this religious protest.  It was peaceful for the most part besides the angry yelling and gestures that were given.  The police were all over standing by in case it got out of hand.  It was good to see people on both sides exercising  their American rights to protest

  • http://twitter.com/jezblog Jez Coulson

    Well if you want to set up and use a loud speaker to lay into gay people u have to expect the odd rude gesture…… in fact you are relying on them to be the very decent people they actually are…… otherwise they might give you the kicking you were asking for……… :-) )
    Funny picture……. :-) ) Nice one….. :-) )

    Cheers Jez XXXXXXXXXXXXXX

  • http://www.trueformstudios.com Corey Wagehoft

    I watched him for quite a bit of time and he kept going on and on. I was very surprised at times from what he was sayin to the crowd. Let's just say he wasn't holding anything back