Skip to comments.New Bedford Too Religious, Not ‘Gay Enough’ To Be Creative
Posted on 04/16/2019 1:17:52 PM PDT by detective
Is New Bedford Arts and Culture Gay Enough? asks Steven Froias in a column in the Fall River Herald News. He adds: The headline and phrase arent simply clickbait.
Whats the problem?
The city of New Bedford isnt spending enough money on funding queer culture to encourage artistic creativity, Froias says.
If queer culture and public arts education wont be funded, respected, or supported by the city, we will never be the arts community people think we are, he quotes one observer as saying.
(Excerpt) Read more at newbostonpost.com ...
MOve em to Beford Falls... .
But they are gay enough in the REAL sense of the word. Why do we need anything more?
No matter what you do on the stage
Keep it light, keep it bright, keep it gay!
Whether it’s murder, mayhem or rage
Don’t complain, it’s a pain
Keep it gay!
And there you have it. At least Froias is honest about it.
Democrats are evil.
Queer is the new State-sponsored religion.
Could the writer get any more stereotypical?.....................
The city of new Gomorrah isn’t spending enough money on gay pornography passed off as high culture and creativity? Well, get the gay artisans and patrons to start supporting their view of the fine arts and all should be well in orifice town.
So is being gay some gnew prequisite to artistic recognition?
They want more movies with gay cowboys eating pudding.
Move them to Bedford Falls...
They would soon turn it into Pottersville.
Mr. Froias, it’s only a couple of hours to P-Town where you can engage in all the artistic faggotry you desire.
The homosexuals already named the damned whale, what do they want now?
They are fit to be Lovecraft characters.
If you want to call what many gays produce “creative”.....
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