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It’s a sad day when we see that the city of San Francisco, which has long stood as a bastion of liberalism, is turning into a place of hate and hate speech, where people are afraid to come out, where you are forced to be ashamed of who you are, where LGBT people are harassed and abused, and where the law criminalizes all sexual activity between two people who don’t agree with you.
It’s sad, because we need this to be a city where you can have a gay pride parade or a drag queen show or a gay bar or a club where you don’t have to hide.
It’s sad because we live in a city that is now in the throes of a civil rights crisis.
And we have to remember, the world is not about bathrooms.
It is about equality and freedom.
We have to make sure that we do everything we can to make this place a place where everybody feels safe, everybody is treated with dignity, everybody has a place in this city that respects everybody, and that’s why we have so many gay pride marches and so many drag queens shows and so much more.
I think this is why San Francisco is so beautiful.
We are a very diverse city, but the beauty that we see in the bay is not just because we have all these gay pride events and all these bars, it’s because there are so many different cultures that we have built here.
We love our people.
We live in harmony.
We’re all in this together.
And this is where San Francisco’s strength comes from.
San Francisco has always been the epicenter of LGBT rights activism.
I think that’s what this whole movement was all about.
The city was not just a place for the gays, but also a place that was an open door to all sorts of people and an open heart.
And I think there was a lot of people in San Franciscos history that came from a different place, a different time and a different culture and it was this great city where everybody came together and everybody had a sense of community.
It was a place you could go to work and it had all kinds of arts and crafts.
And we’re going to keep doing that.
We will continue to do it.
We’ll keep building and we will keep spreading the message that equality is something that we need in every part of the country.
San Franciscans love us for what we are and what we stand for.
And there is no better place in the world for us to stand together and celebrate equality than San Francisco.
San Fran is a great place to be.
San Francisco has a great history and a great future.
I know that this is going to be an incredible year for us as a city and for all of us as Americans.