We hope more NGOs will join us in our quest to inform parents and youth about the festival
JMM president Azwanddin Hamzah said the protest was not a political gimmick. "It is to prevent negative values from spreading among the young and destroying their morals.
"Other races, including Chinese and Indians, joined us as the issue does not affect only Malays, but also other races."
He said the programme promoted immorality and sexual perversion.
The NGOs will hold protests against the festival in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor next week.
The festival was supposed to have run in Kuala Lumpur from Nov 1 to 13, but police had banned it.
At yesterday's gathering, youth handed out 10,000 pamphlets to visitors in a mall, informing them about the goal of the demonstration and the importance of shielding their children from LGBTs.
The group displayed a giant banner and placards calling for a ban on activities associated with Seksualiti Merdeka.
Azwanddin said: "Our group is small, but we would like to spread the awareness nationwide.
"We hope more NGOs will join us in our quest to inform parents and youth about the festival."
Belia 4B Putrajaya president Azamuddin Hamzah said it was abnormal to indulge in same sex relationships and that Malaysia would not recognise LGBTs.