On the Super Happy Fun America website, he said: "Straight people are an oppressed majority".
'[Bartley] became involved in the straight pride movement after being ostracized from established advocacy groups for merely suggesting that straight people be afforded equal rights, ' according to his biography.
A lively discussion has kicked off on Twitter over the merits of straight people having their own Pride events.
But Evans has leapt into action on social media taking down the idea.
DARK PHOENIX Fails To Rise From the Ashes
Even in the cruddiest X-Men movies, there's usually at least one or two fun sequences where the mutants show off their powers. Adoring children wear their costumes and play with X-Men toys. " Dark Phoenix " climaxes with a literal jolting train wreck.
Police arrested a right-wing activist, Moshiko Ben Zikri, on Wednesday night during an anti-Pride parade rally. "I admit I'm not flawless but atleast I was never a judgmental hypocrite!" "If you're mad that people are marching, stop giving them a reason to march".
"Listen, this straight pride parade was probably meant to be a joke of sorts, but regardless: Why is it so taboo nowadays to recognize and be proud of heterosexuality or traditional values in general?" "Instead of going immediately to anger (which is actually just fear of what you don't understand) take a moment to search for empathy and growth", Evans wrote.
This year is the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots which led to the birth of the United States gay rights movement in June 1969. In fact, he notes that some of the same laws that targeted gay bathhouses were used to target straight swingers clubs. "This is a dictatorial detention whose goal is to shut people up in a way that is reminiscent of the dark ages".
But the argument for straight pride is not new-Hooper says the same calls were heard in the 1980's, and have continued for years.
FCC Votes to Give Carriers New Powers to Block 'Robocalls'
It did not offer further comment on the FCC's plans. "But in case it isn't, the FCC will not hesitate to take regulatory action". Last year, the agency received more than 232,000 complaints from consumers frustrated with spam calls, FCC officials said.
At least we know one thing for sure: Smash Mouth still rules.
City officials confirmed to MassLive that parade planners have entered conversation with the city about the parade.
Neil Woodford seeks to reassure investors after fund suspension
On Monday, it said that the move would allow the fund to sell the "unquoted and less liquid stocks" that it holds. It's now worth £3.7bn, down from £6.8bn a year ago.