Skip to comments.Gay group gathers in unexpected places
Posted on 08/24/2007 7:21:32 AM PDT by peggybac
LOS ANGELES In the annals of takeovers, it was among the mellowest. A group calling itself Guerrilla Gay Bar, gay men looking to crash straight hangouts with the intent of turning them predominantly gay for a moment in time, set its sights on Venice Beach one recent Saturday.
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Venice Beach has straight bars?
Sorry, with that subject, and that lead-in, I can't go any farther.
LOL!!!!! Here’s a hankie.
LOS ANGELES In the annals of takeovers, it was among the mellowest. A group calling itself Guerrilla
Gay Straight Bar, gay straight men looking to crash straight gay hangouts with the intent of turning them predominantly gay straight for a moment in time, set its sights on Venice Beach one recent Saturday.
How did they find a straight bar in San Francisco?
I guess the "butt cracks" of America's geography would be "the expected places" then..
So gays are bored and want to hang with heteros, huh? I can’t really object as long as it improves my odds of picking up a woman. :-)
This is a satire, right? Right? Well isn’t it?
ESPN is about all I’ve watched this week, and they seem to be going a bit PC.
Not Clear on the Concept:
How does taking over a beach or a bar for a day and making it ‘gay’ end their ghettoization in predominantly gay hangouts?
Venice is in the LA area.
In a related story, there has been a sudden surge of drunken fistfights in Venice beach bars. Marine Sergeant McClusky, on leave from a tour of duty in Iraq and one of those arrested, said “He squeezed my bottom. I just reacted.”
Gaylord Inyaface has filed a civil suit against Sergeant McClusky alleging a hatecrime and assault. Inyaface has stated that his hand was pushed into the bottom of the Marine and that he is in no way responsible for the altercation.
Of course, sooner or later they’ll get the tar kicked out of them on one of these forays and then we’ll be treated to a month-long treatise on hate crimes against these innocent queers, who just want to be treated like everyone else.
In the body of the story there was a line about San Francisco being one of the places they had operated. I was just wondering if there were places there where gays would normally feel unwelcome.
“How does taking over a beach or a bar for a day and making it gay end their ghettoization in predominantly gay hangouts?”
It doesn’t. And that’s not the goal.
Despite the “gay” moniker, homosexuals are some of the most unhappy people in society. Their quest for a pleasure-based happiness has led them into a life of perversion, anonymous sex, addiction, disease and spirtual isolation.
They are unwilling to admit that the behavior that they revere is cause of their unhappiness - not straight society.
So instead they try to force thier chosen lifestyle on others.
LOL....I think my 16 yo niece is STILL thinking about what I told her about "gays" when she spent 3 weeks with us this summer.....I told her it was a mental disease - I think she was shocked to hear me say it, BUT, it made her really think.
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