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LGBT Activists Cheer as Supposedly ‘Homophobic’ Street Signs Are Removed in LA

L.A.’s radical LGBT activists were exultant Monday when city officials removed a group of street signs in the Silver Lake community that the activists called “homophobic” because of why they were originally erected decades ago.
The east-central L.A. community is a hipster’s paradise, certainly, but in the 1990s, local residents were vexed when gays began cruising the area looking for one-night-stands with other gays. They felt the streets had become dangerous because cars were randomly making U‑turns in the streets all night long to head back down the street.
So the officials instituted new tr …

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