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Feb 16 2024

National Geographic Names Drag Queen Traveler of the Year

In better days, National Geographic could be found in every waiting room. But like other iconic publications (e.g., Sports Illustrated), it has fallen into decline. Nat Geo had to lay off all its staff writers and was pulled from newsstands. Why don’t people read it anymore? Because it is run by the sort of tasteless and obnoxious moonbats who would name drag queen Pattie Gonia a Traveler of the Year:

Pattie Gonia is a self-described “intersectional environmentalist, drag queen, and advocate for inclusivity in the outdoors” who works to “uplift LGBTQIA+ people and other underrepresented groups in the outdoors.”

We previously encountered Mr. Gonia when he was involved in a promotion of the LGBT agenda by the Democrat-controlled National Park Service.

The federal government can get away with ramming a depraved sexual agenda down the public’s throat because government is force. In contrast, nongovernmental entities have to interact with us on a voluntary basis, so repeatedly poking us in the eye sometimes has consequences.

That could be bad news for North Face, assuming any non-moonbats buy its products:

‘Hi, it’s me, Pattie Gonia, a real-life homosexual,” the activist says in a video for the 2023 North Face “Summer of Pride” campaign.

The issue is never the issue; the issue is always moonbattery — which Mr. Gonia repulsively personifies:

[Gonia] co-founded The Outdoorist Oath… The organization asks members to take an oath, which includes acknowledging climate change, committing to advocacy for environmental justice, and recognizing “that systemic oppression is real and that hatred, discrimination, and biases marginalize people.”

Outdoorist Oath seeks to promote inclusivity and raises awareness about conduct like “microaggressions in the outdoors.” The organization hosts activism workshops called “Stretch Sessions,” including sessions on white supremacy.

The global warming hoax, sexual depravity, transsexualism, Cultural Marxism, hatred of Caucasians — it is all one thing: moonbattery.

Underscoring that moonbattery is not merely foolish and nauseating but demonic, Outdoorist Oath came out with a statement in support of Hamas following the horrific terror atrocities of October 7. Maybe that’s what won over National Geographic.

Majority ownership of National Geographic is unsurprisingly held by Disney, which is evil.

But by all means subscribe to National Geographic and buy from North Face if you want this to be American culture:

On tips from Franco and WDS 2.0.


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