A pro-family activist in Massachusetts questions why the Boston
Red Sox and Fenway Park would schedule a "gay pride night" at what
is supposed to be a family-friendly sporting event.
"Pride Night" is scheduled tonight (June 6) when the Red Sox
play the Texas Rangers at 7:10 p.m. EST, according to press
Homosexual-rights group Boston Pride says it is partnering with
Fenway Park to sponsor "Pride Night," but a search of the Red Sox
and Fenway Park websites by OneNewsNow did not show the event
However, there is one event listed for Thursday night at Fenway
Park - the Red Sox are kicking off their June after-school
celebration, "Calling All Kids."
"Baseball is largely for kids, so why should homosexual activism
be part of that?" asks Brian Camenker, president of the pro-family
"And you know a lot of just regular fans don't want to be part
of that kind of thing when they go out for a baseball game," he
adds. "It's certainly nothing you expect."
Camenker says the Red Sox organization is "going out of their
way" to support the homosexual cause, including donating a
percentage of Thursday night's proceeds to Boston Pride.
A special section of Fenway reportedly will also be designated
for homosexuals who attend the ballgame.
"I called [the Red Sox] up and they don't seem to see how this
is going to bother people," says Camenker. "They need to hear from
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