A few choice quotes from it:
Now, if you scroll down a little more, you get to the following claims:
Now, what's key here is the following: Cheney, the owner, says that everyone is welcome to that restaurant. He includes homosexuals. What's not welcome are people behaving certain ways: in this case, apparently, no gay couples showing up cuddling, putting their feet up on guy's laps, etc. The couple insists they weren't doing anything wrong and were targeted for... I don't know, lisping?
Either way, the owner did explicitly say - the problem wasn't the men's sexuality. It was their actions. Homosexuals are welcome. So what's the "progressive response"?
Naturally, targeting this place in every possible way:
“Well, the food isn’t all that good, but this is still the best gay cruiser joint in Texas! I’ve picked up several dates there. All are very handsome, very gay men. I hear the owner offers discounts to men in chaps.”Naturally, this all comes with a heavy helping of a complete lack of self-awareness, or flat out dishonesty. One or the other:
“It’s pretty ingenious in what its doing. It’s both raising awareness and taking the message of acceptance and love and intolerance and inserting that instead of being negative against Big Earls.” says DieviestiYep. Nothing mean-spirited here. Acceptance and love and intolerance - Freudian slip, perhaps.
But, there you go. Don't approve of same-sex PDAs in your restaurant? Then you must be crushed by any means necessary. Truly the actions of a LGBT culture that is mentally healthy and absolutely, positively not at all motivated by mental problems, no sir.