Mike Rogers

Howie mulls a retirement fund

Filed By Mike Rogers | February 18, 2008 6:58 AM | comments

Filed in: Media
Tags: closet cases, Howie Klein, rewards, sex workers

Howie Klein, the blogger at Down With Tyranny mulls the creation of a retirement fund for sex workers who come forward with information about the anti-gay closet cases. I don't have enough to set that up, but I do have some folks interested in setting up a reward fund for information leading to the exposing of a member of Congress as a closeted anti-gay hypocrite.

I'll be working out the details -- I'll get some input from Howie -- and post the information soon.

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I wonder how much of a monthly payment retirement as a sex worker will bring you...

Retirement is in such a sad state of affairs right now in America. It's one thing that every French person who has visited America will mention, that we have elderly people working low-wage jobs. They're pretty stunned by it.

I think this post points exactly to that problem, what about people without traditional work? Are they supposed to keep working till they die?