People are beginning to have enough of woke, overtly political — which can at times include perversion — tropes that have infected our culture. It used to be that some things were known by most to be for adults eyes only, while we attempted to shield children from some adult themes in order to allow them their childhoods. That doesn’t seem to be the case anymore, at least in popular, “establishment” society.
One woman on the New York City subway had enough recently when she saw the inside of one of the subway cars plastered with ads for the online dating platform, Ok Cupid.
The ridiculous ads pushed partisan political messages along with obscene pictures of adults corresponding with certain “lifestyles.”
The woman began ripping down the ads and conveying her anger towards the very adult display in a subway system where children could see them as well.
It’s gross. You want kids to be looking at this? Is that okay? This is propaganda,” the woman said, according to a video posted to Twitter. “I don’t know why no one see this.”
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PJ Media writer and broadcaster Megan Fox tweeted out pictures of the Ok Cupid ads:
And then there's the political messaging which is equally as gross. pic.twitter.com/gHhDteVWfF— Megan Fox 🦊 (@MeganFoxWriter) September 23, 2021
As you can see above, not only are some of the ads completely perverse, but they take a strongly partisan stance against people who haven’t yet bought into the propagandistic, far-left mindset.
“It’s ok to choose Mr. Right based on how far he leans left,” one ad displayed.
It’s ok to choose to only date someone who’s pro-choice,” another ad showed.
While that it perfectly fine to choose to date someone for those reasons, none of the ads provided messages for people that might believe differently.