"I don't have a problem with housing for homosexual youth in need of a safe place to live."
Neither do I. I would have a problem, though, with such a place that used "safe place to live" as a means to lure young men there; and from what we've seen of queer behavior -- the lies they tell to lure young men, the traps they set to lure young men, the pretense that they don't want to cornhole young men at all, and so on and on -- I am very suspicious of anything queer that purports innocence. I just don't believe it. You can if you want.
Queer expert Camille Paglia notes, and anybody who has experience with them can attest, queers are always on the make. To pretend otherwise is just lying or just complete ignorance of them. Hence I suspect that this "just a safe place to live" is actually a haven for young queers to get it on, in which case Bea Arthur spent her money promoting queerness. Her money, sure; but let's not pretend it isn't what it almost surely is. That's what liberals do.
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