The St. Patrick’ Day Parades, Rejected
In their cities St. Patrick’s Day parades, which were in support of the gay groups, the mayors of two major cities have opted out of marching in their cities.
The parade was in was in support to the gay groups who are marginalized in society and they have been excluded from events like these historically.
In South Boston the Goston May Martin Walsh sat out Sunday’s parade.
While talking to the news conference De Blasio said that, "I simply disagree with the organizers of that parade in their exclusion of some individuals in this city,".
Additionally he said that, "I will be participating in a number of other events to honor the Irish heritage of this city and the contributions of Irish-Americans," he added. De Blasio who was a former public advocate did not participate before he becomes mayor.
A Patrick’s Day breakfast was also hosted in the New York City at Gracie Mansion and later on the day the Mass at Patrick’s Catheral was attended.
One of the USA spokeswomen said that, "We believe in equality for all”.
Because gay and lesbians groups are not allowed to march openly, the country’s three biggest companies had withdrawn their sponsor ship at the parades.