Pride Month is upon the Treasure Valley and while there will be several events celebrating the LGBTQ+ community, one local bar is taking a different spin on the month.

"Come join us all month to celebrate heterosexuals..."

In a post that has garnered hundreds of shares on social media, Old State Saloon on E. State Street in Eagle announced their "inaugural Heterosexual Awesomeness Month."

"June will be OSS’s inaugural Heterosexual Awesomeness Month! Come join us all month to celebrate heterosexuals, for without them, none of us would be here!" reads the post.

"Each Monday will be Hetero Male Monday and any heterosexual male dressed like a heterosexual male will receive a free draft beer."

And they're not stopping there. They're also giving out discounts for "Heterosexual Couples Day."

"Each Wednesday is Heterosexual couples day and each heterosexual couple will receive 15% off their bill," Old State Saloon wrote, "More events to be announced in the coming weeks. Follow us on Instagram or Facebook to stay informed."

As you might expect, the announcement stirred up quite a bit of conversation in their comment section.

"Why not call it what it is... Beer for Bigots," commented one user.

Another wrote: "So bold! I love it!"

Many seemed divided on the issue but one thing is for sure, the post is gaining widespread attention and regardless of the side you're on, it's getting people talking.

What do you think about a bar launching Heterosexual Awesomeness Month during Pride Month? Let us know your thoughts here.

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