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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

"Gay Men and Homeless Shelters in Columbus, Ohio" by Kimberly Koerber-Bauer-Koerber

"The Odd Couple" - Jack Klugman and Tony Randall
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175 South Third Street, Suite 250
Columbus, Ohio 43215

September 13, 2011

Dear Cohhio: 

We have reached a new low in Ohio - gay men tramping on others rights.  The probelm has to do with Friends of the Homelss - a religion based Mission for men.

Reportedly, according to a source, a gay deaf and dumb man was sitting on the crouch of another man while there and offended some of the men who were stright by taking an indezx finger and drawing on the other man's stomach. 

A few others there were also gay men.  They do not respond well to being told to stop.

Another Happy Couple
I was trying to find photos of gay men - maybe holding hands to put on my blogpost, but found more photos of gay men on the internet sexually acting out than any other type of gay.  Being gay is a sexual choice, but why is this the only thing that gay men are?  Fortunately, I also was able to find a few photos of other gay man styles that appear here.  The point is that Gay men and gay rights have existed in Columbus, Ohio for a long time, but what about respecting the rights of other people? 

People in homeless shelters are not having a great time in life anyhow, and are not interested in being insulted by gays who proposition them.

"Still Another Happy Couple" 
 There are no shelters for gay men, and others are not supposed to be sexually acting out while in shelters trying to get into a better life - so why can't the "Gay Blades" and other groups who are advocates for Gay Men look at human rights in general?

There are no homeless shelters for gays - either male or female - so they "have to" be integrated in with the rest of us.  To be honest - to non gays, gays sexually acting out is not erotic but gross. 

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