Scantily Clad Gay Black Santas Invade Alabama Town

by Dave Blount | December 23, 2013 2:00 pm

Until the Culture War tides are reversed, nowhere is safe from the tasteless freak show that is liberalism. Here we see liberal troops marching into Semmes, Alabama:




The story:

A small Alabama community got the shock of the season on Saturday when a group of scantily clad gay African American Santas took their Christmas parade route by storm.

The Prancing Elites, an all gay dance team known for their provocative moves and outfits, were confused by the invitation to walk the Semmes, Alabama (population 3,000) Christmas parade but swayed and thrust their way through outraged crowds nonetheless.

Evidently the parade organizers didn’t realize who they invited into their town.

‘I had no idea that they would be dressed the way they were and that they would think it’s appropriate for a community Christmas parade,’ said Karen McDuffie, who helped plan the event. …

McDuffie told the team’s dancing was ‘vulgar’ and ‘not appropriate for a children’s Christmas parade.’ She said outraged community members began to vent in phone calls and social media feeds within hours of the event and apologized on behalf of organizers.

She should have done a little research before calling the Prancing Elites up from Mobile.

The team specializes in J-Setting, a lead and follow style hip-hop dance style that involves movements some may find lurid or provocative.

If only the folks of Semmes where as sophisticated as members of the cultural elite, they would have enjoyed the performance instead of turning away to retch.

While many of the folks of Semmes were unable to appreciate it, the Prancing Elites’ talents have been acknowledge[d] in some notable places.

In June, Shaquille O’Neal took a liking one of their videos and tweeted it out.

Is there something you have been meaning to tell us, Shaq?

If current trends continue, the little kids gasping in horrified astonishment along the parade route will come of age in an America that would regard this spectacle as tame.

On a tip from Wiggins. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.

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