Hannah Bleau, aka Red Dawn, a contributor at Chicks on the Right, is thankful for social media. Without it, she wouldn’t know about Donut Day, National Dog Day or Heterosexual Pride Day. Thank goodness we have a source that will guide us through the maze of things to celebrate nationally and internationally. In case you missed it, Heterosexual Pride Day was celebrated recently. It gave heterosexuals a forum in which they could express their heterosexuality without fear of reprisal (well, almost).
Heterosexuals were firing on all cylinders with postings and comments in celebration of their day.
@AdamBennett20 tweeted, “The amount of abuse my fellow heterosexuals are getting confirms we need this day, stay strong fellow straights!”
@AJ3 posted, “If you’re taking #HeterosexualPrideDay seriously you need to reevaluate your life… No one has ever been vicitimised for being straight”
@richchris1200 responded, [email protected] So you need to be victimized in order to be proud of something? Aight”
Chicks on the Right reports:
We have a day for everything. A day to celebrate donuts, best friends, siblings, dogs, hamburgers– you name it. I wouldn’t know about any of these days if not for Twitter. I used to find it pointless to have a day to celebrate everything, but we live in a sucky world and it gives us all a little sense of joy– even if we hate to admit it. I love seeing pictures of people with their dogs on National Dog Day and eating a donut on National Donut Day.
It’s the little things, really.
But today was a day I didn’t even know existed. Or maybe it doesn’t exist, and someone just made it up and it took off on Twitter. Who knows. Apparently, it’s Heterosexual Pride Day.