The above images come from the Oakwood University Alumni Association (OUAA) Facebook page. You will see pictures of Dr. Cynthia Powell-Hicks, president of the OUAA, wearing the gay pride rainbow colors. She was part of the AIDS Walk Los Angeles 2019 event.
AIDS Walk Los Angeles 2019 (AWLA) is an annual event dedicated to raising money for the fight against AIDS.  All proceeds raised during the AWLA event go to benefit APLA Health. APLA Health is a LGBT+ advocacy group that works “to advance LGBT and social justice initiatives” and to “advocate for optimal HIV/AIDS and health care policy, programs, funding, and legislation.”  APLA Health doesn’t only promote AIDS research and health, they are also fighting for LGBT+ rights. 
What we as Seventh-day Adventists are forgetting is that the radical LGBT+ agenda is not about equality, it’s about eliminating and silencing Christian views. They want to crush conservative, Biblical teachings on sexuality. In fact, they will never rest until every Christian, conservative voice is suppressed.  
Instead of supporting these causes we need to stand up and resist the LGBT+ tyranny that is on display. How can we support those who are determined to destroy our children and culture? The never-ending sexual revolution first started with “equal rights.” Well, they have equal rights and still they’re not satisfied. LGBT+ anarchists are intent on tearing society apart with a full-scale war on free speech, on our churches and on our children.  
Look at these promotional posters put out by the AIDS Walk Los Angeles 2019. Is this something that Seventh-day Adventists should be supporting?
Seventh-day Adventists need to know that the LGBT+ movement doesn’t need our affirmation, promotion or our money. They need help and counsel because their problem is not biological but spiritual. Will we turn a blind eye to sin? Will we lead others astray by our silence? Will we lead people down a path of lies? If we do we are not helping but harming them and harming ourselves.
Instead of buying into the LGBT+ agenda we need to bring people to Christ. It is dangerous to the faith anytime we forget what side of the battle we are on. Whenever we try to stand in the middle of any conflict we get shot at from both sides. This is what happens whenever we start making compromises.
I would encourage anyone struggling with the LGBT+ lifestyle to contact Coming Out Ministries, a Christ-centered ministry. They are dedicated to bringing a message of love, hope, truth and restoration.