The NFL is continuing to promote the LGBT agenda, announcing that it will host “A Night of Pride with GLAAD” just days ahead of the Super Bowl next month.
GLAAD is a pro-LGBT advocacy group.
“The NFL family and partners will gather to spotlight advances in the future of LGBTQ inclusion in professional sports as well the NFL’s commitment to LGBTQ former and current players,” the NFL announced. “Sponsored by Smirnoff, A Night of Pride with GLAAD also includes a panel discussion on how inclusion in sports advances acceptance for LGBTQ people, featuring NFL Legend Carl Nassib. Additional partners for the evening include Starter and Google.”
This is not the first time the NFL has held such an event.
“Our Third Annual A Night of Pride with GLAAD is yet another strong step to accelerating acceptance and demonstrating the NFL’s unwavering support of the LGBTQ community,” NFL Senior vice president and Chief Diversity & Inclusion officer Jonathan Beane said, according to the NFL. “We look forward to continuing and strengthening our efforts to ensure football is for everyone.”
The NFL has been promoting and celebrating of the LGBT agenda for years.
In 2021, the league shared a video featuring text declaring that “FOOTBALL IS GAY,” “FOOTBALL IS LESBIAN,” “FOOTBALL IS TRANSGENDER,” and more. “FOOTBALL IS FOR EVERYONE,” the video read.
“The NFL provides financial support and collaboration with a host of different organizations that serve the LGBTQ community, including GLADD, the Trevor Project, Athlete Ally, the National Gay Flag Football League, and Covenant House. Their collective work comes to life at various events, via social media campaigns, through PSAs, via charitable contributions, and more. The League also works with local LGBTQ+ organizations surrounding NFL events—including Super Bowl—in each host city,” the NFL has noted.
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