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2 gays kicked out of Texas restaurant for kissing

http://www.elpasotimes.com/ci_12790543

I found this quote interesting:

“Civil-rights lawyers say the security staff was out of line. Police, though, contend that a business such as a restaurant can refuse service to anybody, any time”.

Oh reaaaaaalllly? So, you can refuse service in Texas is a person is black. Or female. Or handicapped. OK. I think I’ll take the long way around the next time I drive to Arizona. Even though I’m not gay, black, female, handicapped, or all of the above,  Oklahoma is looking good to me right now.

Texas seems to have a lot going on down there. If you’re Hispanic, apparently you can be stopped and basically robbed by the Texas police. Hell, you don’ t even have to be Hispanic.

http://www.cnn.com/2009/CRIME/05/05/texas.police.seizures/index.html

As a coda to this story, and the thing that makes it art, I leave you with this:

“On June 29, 2009, security guards called police because two gay customers kissed each other, reportedly telling the two men “they didn’t allow that faggot stuff to go on there.” El Paso police officers showed up and made the two men and the group they were with leave the restaurant”.

I say Kudos! to you at Chicos. Push the tacos instead of the burritos! You know what I’m talkin’ about :wink wink:.

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One response to “2 gays kicked out of Texas restaurant for kissing

  1. Brittany July 11, 2009 at 10:23 am

    Is this even legal??? I see couples kissing in restaurants all the time. I understand if it was full-blown making out in, let’s say, a family restaurant. But just a kiss? Wow Texas, this Californian has NO desire to visit you.

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