Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Questions of the Day

After talking with some folks, some ideas ran amok about the Folsom Street Fair.

But here are some questions that came up:

Is the Folsom Street Fair necessary?

With so much at stake (election, Prop 8, constitutional amendments) is the Folsom Street Fair a wise event at the time?

What does this event mean to our community?

I've seen the event on youtube and other ventures, and I admit it's a little special. However, it celebrates freedom and sexuality which should be expressed. To other folks it's Hell on earth and if they could, they would get rid of it. But I would like to know other views about the Folsom thing.


Queers United said...

It is not my thing, but this is a free country and we shouldn't stop people who are into these fetish events.

YvesPaul said...

I'm heading out there myself. I'm very excited like a kid going to an amusement park for the very first time.

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