NEW ORLEANS, September 6, 2005 ( – Homosexuals, a few of whom already marched Sunday, have rescheduled their planned Southern Decadence homosexual festival for tomorrow, despite the death and destruction left behind by hurricane Katrina last week. The event draws 125,000 homosexual revelers to New Orleans annually.

The festival, a six-day festival highlighted by a parade on the Sunday before Labor Day, is a yearly event that “earned its reputation by being one of the most unapologetically racy exhibitions of gay life, where outlandish costumes and outdoor sex were the norm,” according to a report.

“The shocking callousness of New Orleans’ gay activists towards the severe suffering of its fellow citizens cannot be adequately articulated in a news report,” said ex-homosexual James Hartline, who depicted the Southern Decadence festival to WorldNetDaily as “replete with tens of thousands of men and women engaged in public nudity, prostitution, illegal drug use and destructive public S & M sex.”

“The idea that human beings are continuing to party while hundreds of thousands of fellow citizens are starving, dying and suffering from a multitude of sicknesses brings into focus the real lack of judgment that these constant advocates of special gay rights demonstrate in a time of crisis,” Hartline added.

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