Missouri Moves Gay History Exhibit, Ryan Field Books

Missouri Moves Gay History Exhibit

Every single time I’ve been through Missouri I have run into other openly gay men. I’ve seen gay couples, too. Everyone always seemed happy and content. I never felt out of place either. That’s always been my first hand experience in Missouri. If they were saying something behind my back I don’t know it. I only know that I never felt the least bit awkward or uncomfortable in the state of Missouri. 

Apparently, the New York Times decided to publish this. A historic gay rights exhibit at the state capitol building in Missouri was removed and taken to another place. They claim that whoever put the exhibit up in that particular place didn’t follow protocol. 

“We apologize for the way this unfolded,” Dru Buntin, the department director, said in the statement. “We agree the history of all Missourians is an important story that needs to be told.”

Here’s the rest. As your would imagine, there has been backlash about this.


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