pride in Gay Pride

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel «« I have an inside line to a conversation within a NYC grande magazini between coworkers. The conversations was Saturday involving an overly generous client who offered gay-pride fashion garnishments to two straight women. After the client’s exit there was a moment when these garnishments could be attached, and “I’m not lesbian” preceded a placement in a drawer where they might be today. This token story says straight people are less celebratory about Gay Pride, but yesterday I felt the pride in Gay Pride. My travels in the city crossed the post-parade messy parade route several times causing delays on a citibike with a thirty-minute expiration. Not for a moment did I feel the inconvenience placed upon me by Gay Pride was unjustified. Instead I felt a sense of pride seeing the Empire State building lighted with LGBT colors. Also seeing many people uploading pics of the famous building honoring Gay Pride was nice. On a scale of civilized to uncivilized a society’s treatment of homosexuals is a barometer . . baro brava bravi Gay Pride. »» about me 302-990-2346 contact us

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About Tom Doody

middle-age American living in New Jersey near the Lincoln Tunnel
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