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Los Angeles officials celebrate removal of 'No U-turn' signs they call 'remnants' of neighborhood's homophobia from the 90s

Posted on AllSides June 14th, 2024
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Los Angeles officials applauded the decision to do away with street signs that they say were remnants of bigotry and discrimination against the gay community in the nineties. City officials had set up signs in 1997 against cruising and U-turns in the Silver Lake neighborhood of L.A. after residents complained about gay men cruising for romantic partners near some popular gay bars. 'An opportunity for the LGBT community to try to find human connection and intimacy.' The Silver Lake Neighborhood Council first voted to take down the "No Cruising" signs...

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