With gay pride month in full swing, businesses are looking to cash in on the new trend.
Some are going above and beyond in pushing the gay agenda to avoid scorn from the Left.
And one massive social media company just took things a step further and found themselves in hot water for pushing pedophilia.
Pedophiles have for decades worked to gain acceptance in the ever-expanding LGBT umbrella.
Groups like the North American Man Boy Love Association (NAMBLA) have even been seen at left-wing events promoting their disgusting agenda.
And major corporations are beginning to take notice, with the social media company Snapchat giving a nod to pedophiles with their latest move.
Snapchat is an app largely used by teenagers to exchange photos on a timer that supposedly disappear once being seen once.
And on those photos, they have the ability add filters, which include text and pictures that appear above the photo.
For Pride month, they added a “Love Has No Labels” filter, which includes the option to include “Love Has No Age.”
A tech company has made a disturbing statement during the left-centric “Pride Month.”
For Snapchat, the LGBTQ might also include pedophiles. In the campaign for “Love Has No Labels” held by Snapchat, one of the options wasa “Love Has No Age” filter. While this filter appears to be defunct as of June 3, conservatives on Twitter pointed out the option over the weekend of June 1-2. Twitter user Ashley St. Clair posted a video of herself with the “Love has No Age” filter.
The filter had the options to say that love had no gender, race, or religion, as part of the mass-marketed Pride Month that infiltrates businesses and social media in June. But age did not seem to fit in the list, unless it was meant to justify pedophilia.
This appears to be a clear nod to pedophiles, many of which are known to use the application.
Snapchat has long been on the radar of law enforcement and watchdog groups, following adult pedophiles using it to contact young children to solicit sexual photos and groom them to form sexual relationships.
So considering their reputation as being a space for pedophiles to find children, their filter clearly is a disgusting choice.
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