“Post-mos don’t hang rainbow flags in their windows or plaster them on their bumpers. We don’t march in Pride and we probably never will. (After-parties only, please.) We don’t torture ourselves to fit in with other gays. In fact, most of us have come to resent the stereotypes and the ideals associated with preceding gay generations. It’s not that we hate gay culture; we just don’t have that much in common with it anymore. To be a twentysomething gay man in Toronto in 2011 is to be free from persecution and social pressures to conform. It’s also, in most ways, not about being gay at all.”
The above paragraph is from an article called “Beyond Gay” that appeared in Toronto magazine The Grid this week. It has caused a whole bunch of strong reactions. People all over the world are twittering & tumblring their thoughts… and having major HATE-ons for the poor boys that modeled (and are quoted) for the photos.
What do you think?