Oklahoma's First Openly Gay Mayor Adam Graham Resigns Over Threats and Harassment, Ryan Field Books

 Oklahoma’s First Openly Gay Adam Graham Mayor Resigns Over Threats and Harassment

When Tony and I travel cross country one of our main overnight stops is either Tulsa Oklahoma or Oklahoma City. Each time we stop there we always meet at least one or two gay people working in the hotel or in a restaurant. In fact, there are many, many LGBTQ people in every state, and that’s why this article bothers me so much. 

The first openly gay mayor of a small town in Oklahoma allegedly had to resign because of threats. His name is Adam Graham and the article claims he’s become a target. 

“Unfortunately, these malicious bad-faith attacks are escalating and I no longer feel safe to serve in my capacity as mayor,” he wrote. “It’s with a heavy-heart that I tender my resignation effective immediately.”

Here’s more. The article goes into a lot more detail about what happened to Graham.  

You should also check out the comments below the article. I’m stunned to see so many dumb straight people who still think that being gay is a choice. They really are blithering idiots. But that’s MAGA. 

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