The San Francisco Gate has a story about the Castro section of the city, which I'm assuming has been the center of gay culture for a while. Well, a peculiar thing is happening, which has everyone concerned. Couples with a lifestyle alternate to homosexuality (let's call them "heterosexuals") are moving into the neighborhood.
Read the article and ask yourself, is a neighborhood "gay"? Is there such a thing as "gay streetlamps" and "homosexual parking spaces"? I thought the rainbow represented diversity and acceptance of everyone?
This story probably deserves to be watched, since it will involve sinking lots of cash (both private and taxpayer) into an effort to keep those with "opposite-sex attraction" from moving into a neighborhood where their lifestyle can affect everyone else's quality of living.