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Filed By Bil Browning | May 28, 2009 8:30 AM | comments

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christophe | May 21, 2009 10:24 AM

while there are definitely a lot more people posting on QUEERTY, at least on Bilerico the commenters are intelligent, thought provoking and aren't a bunch of bitter old queens who's input is nothing more than being able to call other people names because they couldn't come up with an original idea if their life depended on it. After spending time there last night talking about AI, it was all to apparent and quite sad to see how fractured and split up the entire gay community is, IF you can even call it a community, over every single issue. People bitch and moan over and over and over about Obama not doing enough and gay rights going no where and yet they sit by and let life pass them by waiting for others to do the work every one of us should be doing to secure the rights for all of the LGBT community.