Friday, June 20, 2008

The P-Town players.



How queer is this?
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Gay people have busily spruced up their image to appear more family oriented, securing rights here and there until gay marriage has now gained recognized legal status, and many average Americans say, "Why not!" Nevertheless, gay culture has never really raised itself out of the t-rooms (latrine for those who don't know the term) - gutter for those who don't care.
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Some gay bloggers and their psych-trained counterparts insist the low life behavior of marginalized homosexuals will disappear as gay people gain acceptance, along with recognition of same-sex marriage, and a complete end to any and all discrimination - even if it is contrry to faith and morals. Activists insist anonymous trysts and bathroom glory-hole sex, along with public sex in the park will go away when gay people are allowed to date and marry just like their heterosexual counterparts. I really doubt that however, there will never be any real parity with heterosexual behavior, unless the entire society becames totally debauched, no matter what the laws dictate.
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The boys in the band.
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The boyz continue to play in the parks, and the latrines - ask John Michael - "This is what gay people do!" he once told reporters. Now the cops are cracking down on the gay behavior in one of the gay fun-spots on the East Coast - Provincetown on Cape Cod. It is one of the more notorious gay orgy sites in the world.
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The story from Provincetown.
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PROVINCETOWN — It's a slow week in the northern territory of the Cape Cod National Seashore when a man with a yellow towel flashing passers-by is the sole complaint about public sex acts.
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In the past decade, the number of complaints about explicit, open public sex in the Provincetown and Truro portions of the national park has more than tripled, Seashore acting chief ranger Craig Thatcher said. The activity ranges from flashing to masturbation to men's outdoor orgies, he said.

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This summer, federal authorities are introducing a new tactic to discourage debauchery in the dunes: pairing up with local officials and business leaders to try to persuade culprits to behave better through public education.
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"It's a growing issue, both from the number of complaints and the number of areas doing this activity," Seashore superintendent George Price said. "We certainly wanted to start a conversation with the people in Provincetown to see how we can tackle this together." - Source

3 comments:

  1. Yuck. Can you imagine trying to raise a devout Catholic family there? Why bother?

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  2. You're right, Terry. Within the gay community, there are those that decry public sex vis-a-vis t-room trade & the bathhouses. However, that's just geography. Gay sex is gay sex no matter *where* it is and it will never - NEVER - give glory to God. It is simply not according to God's plan for sexuality. I don't care how Libertarian, sophisticated, or open-minded you think you are. Truth is Truth. And sometimes it hurts.

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  3. My "Emile Zola" probably reads this and when I mention that I drove out there once in the mid 60s when I was stationed in the Army in Ayer, MA, and long before I even knew "they" existed in any quantity, my Zola will triumphantly shout "I knew it."

    Provincetown might be the worst, but most large communities have many assembly areas. Even Leif Ericson Park in Duluth was one [I heard about it.]

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