If the picture alone isn’t enough to convince you that the time has come for a giant asteroid to put an end to this, here’s the story:
San Francisco has become the first city in the country to launch citywide police station “safe zones” for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, staffed with police liaisons trained to serve that community.
At taxpayer expense. Sorry, non-perverts; your communities aren’t special.
All 10 police district stations in San Francisco now have signs that designate the station as a safe zone and state that “LGBT individuals will be treated with respect, compassion and honesty.” The signs are intended as a preventive measure against hate crimes and a way to encourage victims to report incidents.
If men wallowing in each other’s fecal matter and dressing up in women’s clothes won’t engender respect, these signs are sure to do the trick:
The police department’s LGBT Advisory Forum is leading the effort in partnership with the SFPD, community groups like the Castro Community on Patrol, and the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence, a group of charitable street performers who use high camp and satire to combat sexual intolerance.
So that’s what the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence are up to with their grotesque and exceedingly blasphemous nun parodies. They are combating intolerance.
“This is a historical moment,” said Sister Pat N Leather, who appeared in her mock nun’s habit beside San Francisco Police Chief Greg Suhr at a kickoff event at Mission Station this week.
Having a hard time figuring out how to use butt plugs or dental dams? Can’t seem to dig that used condom out of your lower intestine? Maybe the SFPD can be of aid:
In the coming months, liaisons for each police district station will be trained to assist members of the LGBT community who come to the police for help.
There’s more, but I can’t take another word.
On a tip from Rude.