As gay men and lesbians get closer and closer to the mainstream they've often traded in their image as the queer radicals who started the Stonewall Riots for the milquetoast assimilationists who want to get married and have kids and put HRC bumper stickers on their cars. That doesn't mean we're still not queer radicals. It just means we're hiding it from you. That's right, there are all sorts of secrets that Ted and Ned, the nice gay couple next door to you with the matching BMWs and the prim sweater sets aren't telling you, probably starting with the reason they have those bolts in the ceiling of the "den" It's for the sling and "den" is gay for "sex room". Now, it's time to let the straights in on some of our dirty little secrets. Let's see if you still like us after this.
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The couple also updated the list with the best and worst places for gay travelers in , which can be viewed here. A new report details the most dangerous—and safest—places for gay travelers. According to the report, a few factors—such as adoption recognition and worker protections—may not affect travelers directly but are a good indication of overall attitudes within the culture.
Filed By John M. Becker April 09, PM comments. Even in this day and age, with LGBT rights surging forward and popular support for equality growing at a breakneck pace, casual homophobia remains commonplace. One of the best examples of this is the ubiquitous phrase "that's so gay.