Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Bi-State LGBT Juxtaposition

Round-up of local laws and how they compare to the rest of the nation . . .

LGBTQ laws across the U.S. - St. Louis Business Journal

June is pride month, which is a celebration of the LGBT community across America. Pride month honors the 1969 Stonewall Riots in Manhattan, which took place on June 28, and are often regarded as the first major demonstrations in support of the LGBT community in America.

8 Comments:

Anonymous said...

We need more laws against queers but the lesbians are ok, at least the ones that aren't all dyked out

Anonymous said...

I like all the states that discriminate against queers

Anonymous said...

I like the pretty "lipstick" lesbians that the dykes absolutely hate!

Anonymous said...

If we are going to give them their own laws maybe we could give them their own country. ...Buttfucktopia.....

Anonymous said...

Queers are not real citizens

Crazy Clown said...

they all should have their own ISLAND out in the middle of the Atlantic !!! be a good place for all the liberal creeps !!!

Anonymous said...

^^^I love it when pants-shitting geezers get woken from their naps and all rush to their keyboards at the same time before the old folks home cuts the power.

Anonymous said...

^^^ what a witty comment, Geezer Hater! Did you spend all last night coming up with it?