Bi Parkland survivor earned a huge fanbase


Parkland survivor Emma Gonzalez, the bisexual head of Stoneman Douglas High School’s Gay-Straight Alliance, is a notorious LGBT activist who speaks for her community and now we see that her voice is heard. She been at the forefront of the #NeverAgain movement since her impassioned speech at a rally last week in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The high school senior powerfully repeated the phrase “We call BS” about NRA-funded politicians, gun advocates and those who thought that school students are immature and cannot have their own opinions.On Ellen DeGeneres’ TV show, Gonzalez explained that she chose the phrase because she wanted the message to be memorable and universal. The teenager also bravely took on the NRA’s Dana Loesch at the CNN town hall on gun control last week, telling Loesch, who has two kids, that “we will support your two children in the way that you will not.” And now, as measured by the sheer weight of numbers, Gonzalez has more fans than the NRA, which she has challenged.Gonzalez has attracted more than 1.14 million followers, compared to the NRA’s paltry 602,000.


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