I used to be much more tolerant of them, but today in New York, there are gay neighborhoods, where if you're white, and don't look like you fit in, strangers come up to you and shove you. One of those neighborhoods was Chelsea, in lower Manhattan. Used to go to a Puerto Rican restaurant there for my coffee, before my son was born. They had the best espresso in town. You'd be surprised at how hard it is to find a good cup of Joe in Manhattan. The yuppies drink "cappucinos," or think that espresso is supposed to taste bitter as hell.
As far as I'm concerned, what consenting adults do behind closed doors is their own business (short of one killing the other). But when they start trying to force their ways on me and mine, I draw the line.
posted on 07/06/2003 9:39:22 AM PDT
You'd be surprised at how hard it is to find a good cup of Joe in Manhattan.
I was recently in Manhattan and I was surprised how hard it was to find ANYTHING decent there. My wife and I went for corn beef sandwiches at the Stage Delicatessen and cheese cake at Lindy's. I thought they were both second rate.
posted on 07/06/2003 9:52:48 AM PDT
I used to be much more tolerant of them, but today in New York, there are gay neighborhoods, where if you're white, and don't look like you fit in, strangers come up to you and shove you
Ditto, me too. In the Montrose (gay) section of Houston, I was coming out of my favorite Mexician cafe, when a dyke walked into me on purpose. I imagine she is still wondering how she came to be on her butt so quick. Strange thing was I was with a black conservative gay guy wearing a white suit with a pink striped shirt, a mink coat and walking stick, which he stuck between her legs as I pushed her.
posted on 07/06/2003 3:07:24 PM PDT
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