Tuesday, April 26, 2005

Boston Promoting "Gay" Tourism

Check out the new additions to our "Hall of Shame" -- corporate supporters of the homosexual movement. Our source for the updates: Boston Magazine's report that a new "gay glossy" magazine called Boston Spirit is about to hit the stands.

Since homosexuals as a group are affluent, there will be lots of "high-end advertisers" for "luxury car lines, boutique hotels, jewelers, and upscale furniture retailers." For example: BMW, Adesso, Shreve Crump & Low, Mitchell Gold, the Boston Ballet, and the Nine Zero Hotel. Advertisers told the new magazine that "25 to 30 percent of their consumer base was coming from the gay community."

Boston Magazine also reports that "Boston's tourism is going gay." The Greater Boston Convention and Visitors Bureau is going all-out to promote the city to the very wealthy gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered, transsexual, and "questioning" travellers. The Massachusetts Council on Tourism plans to distribute the new Boston Spirit "at trade shows worldwide."

The Boston Gay Pride Festival coming in June is a big draw. The Nine Zero Hotel offers a " 'Freedom to Marry' honeymoon package starting at $349 per room per night." (Maybe they should check with Hotels.com first?) "Other hotels with gay visitor packages include the Hotel Marlowe, Hyatt Regency Cambridge, Charles Street Inn, and Onyx Hotel." And don't miss the Boston Art Tours trip to Provincetown galleries.

Have you ever heard of another group claiming "discrimination" that is so wealthy and well-connected?