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Beaten up for being gay - When will this hatred stop.

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Highly unlikely within our lifetime.

Such a shame this still happens. 

Yes it is a shame for both the victims and the attackers those boys have ruined their lives. The victims will hopefully recover but the attackers will have it hung over them for most of their lives. What a waste.

Yes,It's all so pointless.

For some reason bakers seem to be the ones most likely to deny service to people they perceive as gay and most likely to push it through the court system.

What is it with bakers? 

Does making cakes with frothy cream filling and sugar flowery decorations make them feel lnsecure?

Hatred will never end.

I often tell people if it isn't religious bigotry, political motives, skin, or hair color then it will be some  nonsense cultural difference that others are intollerant of.

How awful, I think you might be right, there will always be hateful people just wanting to find some difference that can seperate us.

If it weren't for differences the would would be boring.

The Oakland Gay Pride  Parade was on TV earlier.   

It may be kind of fun to go to one of the Pride Parades.

(not really satire- or egomania) As handsome as I am I don't like it when people undress me with their eyes.

My brother and I went to a Latin festival a month or so ago.   A Police caption was speaking and said the local police  wouldn't''t work with ICE to deport people.

While walking around the park a guy undressed me with his eyes.  It was creepy.  Suddenly I sort of understood how women may feel and I  realized that I did that to women when I was young.

I look at my feet when I walk now. 

It's been a while since anyone looked at me in that manner and I have to say I miss it. 

If someone fancied me, either a man or a woman I would be flattered. I wouldn't worry about it Chris gay men are just as unlikely to force themselves on anyone as any other person would.

I know that.  

Bringing a shy person the approach of another is important. 

The other day a guy approached me saying he recognized me.  That usually sets off alarms.   He and  I walked a bit.  He invited me to the VFW hall - where he purchased a beer for me.

I'm thinking of joining the VFW lodge.

For those that don't know VFW is Veterans of Foreign Wars.

That guy had just been fired from his job from a corporate business.

He was in the Navy.  Told me that he had to pull a body out of a jet enging.

Even though I wasn't welcomed to the VFW lodge I may show up again to gain membership.


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