Hola a todos. I’ll make this short. Yes, “gay people can live anywhere.” Isn’t that wonderful?! [sarcasm intended]. As I’ve said before, only a fool would say: “gay people can live anywhere.” We GLBTQs might be able to “live anywhere” in the closet, but even that’s debatable with the hate that’s out there for GLBTQs worldwide. Here in The Cesspool, we have this fucked-up mentality going on: US Public: Gay Legal Rights Good But Gay Kissing Bad. Don’t waste your time trying to figure that out! Loco.
The title of this article (minus the question mark) is what we’ve been told by wishful-thinking conservative idiots — including the conservative merchants — in San Francisco’s Castro (the former Gay Mecca) who have wanted The Castro sanitised for years. They have achieved their goal. They also lectured us that there’s no longer any need for gay meccas because as they said, “gay people can live anywhere.” Ugh. The Castro today is now — what some of us call — “Straightsville” and “Family-Friendly” (gag) having been Disney-fied complete with palm trees for the tourists. Today, The Castro is mainly a place where “straight” people come to get drunk.
Here are just three examples confirming that “gay people can live anywhere:”
Bangladesh GLBTQ editor hacked to death (April 25, 2016)
(Bangladesh police say a top gay rights activist/editor at the country’s only GLBTQ magazine is one of two people who have been hacked to death.)
North Carolina GLBTQ law fuels demonstrations for and against (April 26, 2016)
(The controversial law invalidates local anti-discrimination laws that protected gay and transgender people.)
Los Ángeles father accused of killing son because he was gay (April 2, 2016)
I don’t want to monopolise other examples that can be listed here, so feel free to add your examples in the comments below. Muchas Gracias. Chau.—el barrio rosa