BALTIMORE, MD— This time last year, American gays who could afford something better than Fire
If you are anything like me, you have been waiting all year to come out at the right time, just as the turkey hits the table. However, you might be thinking, “but how can I do it this year? since May I have been living in my mom’s guest room.” Well don’t worry, you still can, with only a couple of small tweaks, you can turn a Zoom Thanksgiving into a fight about why “it’s not a choice, Uncle Stew” as quickly as you can in person.
It’s a Thursday evening and Tory Paige, a 25-year-old Associate Project Manager, is sitting eagerly on the Sayville Ferry to Fire Island Pines, the debaucherous gay resort an hour east of New York City. The bacchanalia in The Pines has everything, strong drinks, sun kissed areolas, and this summer’s hot new pandemic: COVID-19.
Reports poured in across the country of straight people, having endured months of social isolation, abruptly producing spectacular masterworks of fine art.
When asked what specific tactics used by Reagan he might emulate, Trump said he liked how quickly Reagan helped the country move on from the crisis.