My home town

I grew up in a town of a few hundred in the very rural West. Our county is larger than Rhode Island and has fewer than 5,000 residents.

Everyone goes to church, every Sunday.

We didn’t have homosexuals. Homosexuals were strange, offensive people in San Francisco and New York.

We had a few maiden aunts, confirmed bachelors and horsey women. But no homosexuals.

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