Why is the blogging community dominated by an LGBTQIA presence? Simple—it’s better to be a gay blogger. By default, it connects you to thousands of fellow gays who dominate the digital space.
New York is really two cities. There’s the city of people who are educated, sophisticated, often young and single. They live in luxury (though they are always complaining). Side by side with them there’s a second city made up of the poor, the elderly, most blacks and Hispanics, and the middle class who haven’t fled to the Sun Belt.
There’s a way to avoid the subject entirely and just not put your foot in your mouth. What you don’t do is give people a reason to look at you funny and question why you feel someone is not allowed to do the same things you do.
“The fact that they think they can make a lover out of this Sasquatch is adorable.”
The Moral Majority types seem to be taking control of America; they want to make it a Christian country and end pluralism and secularism. I don’t know if the 1980s will bring about repression and start us on the road to fascism, but I’m going to fight it with everything I’ve got.
I have been an “official” gay man for about four years now, and I’ve noticed a few things that don’t quite fly with me.
“My friend told me he was gay…I was so surprised I nearly choked on his penis.”
“Why do you think it’s cool to be stupid?”
Here are the stories of those who have been assaulted or harassed by people who now believe that only some colors and creeds get to be American citizens. It is ugly. It is scary. It is very painful.
Conservatives are professional deniers, however, and still insist the attack was a hoax and that President Trump will be “great for the gays.”