Supporting gay pride in South King County, Sweet Themes Bakery is a sponsor of Kent Pride 2013, providing boxed lunches and custom rainbow cookies, cake and cupcakes during the weekend-long celebration Sept. 6 through 8.
Kent Pride events include Gay Bingo on Sept. 6, Celebrate Pride on Sept. 7 and Pride Festival in the Park on Sept. 8, all in downtown Kent
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Thanks for the solidarity, eastsounders. :)
Who wrote this, a Fox News employee with a gay child?
Sweet Themes Bakery Celebrates Kent Pride: Sept. 6-8, 2013
Kent...a modern 21st century society!
I hope the bigots choke on all that beautiful rainbow love...
also, lol @ the american flag being "the International symbol of freedom". Talk about out of touch with reality.
But seriously, I think the US flag is more an international symbol for "USA! USA! USA!" than anything else.
Where I'm from (not America), it's seen as ... umm .... the international symbol of America. Because that's what it is.
If there's any flag that's a symbol of freedom in this story, it's the rainbow flag. And kudos to everyone who got that flag back up.
@23: you too!
Seriously? Was this written by the Ministry of Propaganda?
"Isn't it horrible that those girly-men at the bakery are advertising their sex practices to the children of our community?" Needs "STFU" or "a lot less than my opposite-sex-marriage ring does", or "That's not I see it. Not at all." in response, not an uncomfortable squirm while changing the topic to "Do you think the ferry will be on time today?"
The last time French flags were everywhere was during the Vichy times, when the French government was doing its damnedest to please their Nazi friends. Schoolchildren had to salute it every morning and to pledge allegiance to the Traitor-in-chief... We remember. Nowadays flags are OK on administrative buildings and on national day, on other days or places they feel creepy. And schoolchildren don't ever pledge allegiance.