Skip to comments.This Children’s Book Is Super Adorable And Just Happens To Have A Gay Protagonist (barf alert)
Posted on 03/12/2014 1:34:26 AM PDT by Salman
new childrens book from author Daniel Errico, The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived is a classic fairy tale, but with a twist: the main character just happens to be gay.
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Yes they are after children. Was there ever any doubt?
“Just happens to be” what a crock!
“Super adorable” That describes a puppy or a kitten, not this crock of crap.
The freaks always seem to target children
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Because they are vulnerable, but more importantly, the future.
I still think it’s excellent material for an animated folm
I still think it’s excellent material for an animated film
“Now, foul dragon, feel my lance...keep feeling it...I’ll tell you when to stop...”
>> the main character just happens to be gay.
Meaning he sucked.
The Bravest Fag Who Ever Lived
Download the free kindle app for pc, etc.
Then you can get this, which is currently free:
Beatrix Potter Illustrated Collection: 22 Books, 660 Illustrations, Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny and Many More! [Kindle Edition]
The best that 'the bravest knight who ever lived' would hope for is to be the prince's mistress. The more likely scenario would be a reenactment of this scene from Braveheart.
But we can't have reality intruding, now can we?
Nice! Better to light a candle than complain about the darkness. Well done.
exactly, youths have less powers of resistance.
Yes, what they really mean by “happens to be gay” is that likely both the prince and the knight were buggered by pedophiles at a young age. Wish they would start adding this to the narrative.
***The Bravest Knight Who Ever Lived is a classic fairy tale,*****
Somehow the jokes just write themselves. A “fairy” tale indeed.
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