San Francisco: City Upon a Hill for LGBT Politics?
Joe Goldman

For the record, I as a gay man did not feel victimized by people expressing displeasure with a mayor they have very legitimate beefs with.

This hand-wringing is sad. The community was plenty united in expressing rage, anger, sadness and I think it was a very small minority of people with delicate sensibilities who somehow felt victimized by this issue.

The march after the politicos spoke was great. Was glad to be a part of it. All of it.

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