Gay-Themed Oreos Might Leave Bad Taste in Your Mouth

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Oreo wants you to become an activist for the LGBT agenda. 

The makers of the famous cookie with the cream filling is partnering with PFLAG, an organization for parents of LGBT children and their families.

Oreo wants you to buy a package of their special edition, gay-themed cookies and give them to an LGBT person. They also want you to write a note of affirmation. 

It’s not unusual for major corporations to pledge their allegiance to the rainbow flag, but Oreo has gone full-blown Ru-Paul.

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Their website calls on fans to respect preferred pronouns – saying it’s a way to vocalize inclusion and to communicate where your values lie.

The LGBT also has their own dictionary – dozens and dozens of words to accommodate their proclivities. 

Like Mis-pronouning — which is an egregious offense — as is using the word “lifestyle” to describe the LGBT lifestyle. Trancestors – referring to ancient transgender people. I’m not making this up, folks. Click here for the full list.

It might be a good time to reconsider your afternoon snack. Gay Oreos just might leave a bad taste in your mouth.

Perhaps you could try Hydrox or Famous Amos?