Sunday, June 23, 2024

The North Face is Latest High-Profile Brand Bowing to LGBT Cult, Grooming Kids

'Last year, we gay sashayed across the nation ... '

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) Not content merely peddling merchandise that caters to the LGBT community, popular outdoor apparel company The North Face has launched a new ad aggressively recruiting customers, including children, to embrace the transgender, drag queen lifestyle.

The North Face partnered with drag queen Wyn Wiley, going by Pattie Gonia, to anchor the company’s Summer of Pride ad campaign.

“Last year, we gay sashayed across the nation, and celebrated Pride across the nation with hundreds of you,” proclaims Wiley, referring to the company’s 2022 ad campaign that was subdued by comparison to its latest offering.

“Hi, it’s me, Pattie Gonia, a real-life homosexual,” Wiley boasts in the new ad, wearing a rainbow-colored dress, sporting garish make-up and a mustache, while imploring people to COME OUT! And if customers don’t come out, Wiley warns, “we’re coming for you.”

The North Face, a subsidiary of the VF Corporation that also owns brands such as Supreme, Vans and Timberland, pushed the ad to peddle its “Out in Nature” clothing and apparel line, which includes several items geared specifically toward children.

The North Face plans a trans-tour across the country to push its so-called Pride products and LGBT agenda, with stops in Salt Lake City, Atlanta, Portland, Denver, Columbus, Ohio, and San Francisco.

Public backlash was fierce and swift, with many ripping the company for following the same woke path as Bud Light and Target, which both have capitulated to the LGBT mob at the expense of plunging sales and alienating customers who have started boycotts against the grooming.

“How many north face customers are trans? I would guess less than .1%. Going to alienate almost all their customers for that. When will they ever learn. Go woke….Go broke!” tweeted on commentator who identified as a “retired firefighter. Harley rider, hunter, Bass fisherman.”

Another commentator delivered a corporate rebrand, writing simply, “The North Farce,” while another asked, “Where’s a grizzly when you need one?” 

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