Is it appropriate to take young children to pride? Tags: QOTD Share This Post Have your say!100 Previous ArticleBarberNext ArticlePopeyes vs Chick-fil-a vs Wendys You May Also Like The Strange Things About The Johnson’s August 18, 2019 Popeyes vs Chick-fil-a vs Wendys August 22, 2019 5 Comments bxhard4u August 23, 2019, 2:10 pm I personally don’t think it’s appropriate for young children to be at pride. Yes, it’s a celebration but as we all know some people tend to get a bit risque ( or semi-clothed), or sexual activities. These are not things that children should be exposed to at a early age. I’ve seen too many things at the festivities that are not child friendly. Only my opinion, what’s yours? Log in to reply Chitownnking78 September 18, 2019, 5:11 pm Well I think it’s ok to take kids to pride to teach them. Everybody not the same. I went to pride this year in Chicago I saw a lady with her 2 daughters. If you dont you dont show them the world and teach them they would see it on tv or someone would teach them and then it could lead up to a bad situation or a good situation. Log in to reply Chitownnking78 September 18, 2019, 5:21 pm Alot of people think no because they might be exposed to sex at the pride. Guess what that could happen at the school also or just about anywhere. Even on television shows or movies. Log in to reply Jayel October 6, 2019, 4:09 am I think its okay if its to the general parade, when I went to Toronto pride I seen so many families at the parade with little ones and they were all having a great time Log in to reply Hector.Nation April 27, 2020, 1:48 pm Personally, I believe that Pride should be exposed to a younger audience. What people fail to realize is that pride is more than dicks and ass parading in public. It’s a celebration of equality, diversity, love, sexuality, and unity. We need to stray away from this “Old Colonial” American lifestyle that promotes racism, separatism, discrimination, and hate. We need to reinvent tradition and modernize it so that it fits our current era. Pride should be taught to youths so that they understand the history, expose to sexuality in an appropriate setting, and understand the reason to celebrate. Indeed, there are some behaviors that are offensive or “too much” for a younger audience. However, it is up to organizers to make Pride inclusive to all ages and families. My opinion, my perspective, my thoughts… Log in to reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Thanks for submitting your comment!