The North Face features ‘real-life homosexual’ drag queen for the second year straight

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The North Face, a company that sells products such as outdoor clothing and gear, is once again promoting the LGBT movement by featuring drag queen Pattie Gonia in a video and advertising a “Summer of Pride.”

“Hi, it’s me Pattie Gonia, a real-life homosexual,” the drag queen said in a video, adding, “today I’m here with the North Face. We are here to invite you to come out,” the gay man said, pausing before adding, “in nature with us!”

“We like to call this little tour, the Summer of Pride. This tour has everything: hiking, community, art, lesbians, lesbians making art. Last year we gay sashayed across the nation and celebrated pride,” the man said. He concluded the ad by inviting people to “come outside and celebrate the beautiful LGHGTV community.”

The North Face indicated that there will be a Summer of Pride event in Salt Lake City, Utah, in July and in Atlanta, Georgia, in September. “For the second year in a row…@thenorthface has teamed up with… @pattiegonia (they/she),” an Instagram post declares. “Join us for the Summer of Pride and get in on this party.”

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This marks the brand’s second straight year working with Pattie Gonia to promote the LGBT movement.

“Nature let’s you be who you are, even gay,” the drag queen said in a video last year. “We’re traveling all the gay across America, and everyone’s invited.”

The National Audubon Society enlisted the environmentalist drag queen last year to promote climate alarmism in a bizarre video in which Pattie Gonia could be seen clad in a winged costume.

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