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10 May 2006

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patrick s

Great story, thanks. But it sounds like Mr. Williams was a diva who was more talk than action.

Derrick from Philly

Yeah, Mr. Williams wasn't too popular among black gays in Philly--he was closer to the white guys. But his life story is inspirational, he's a champion. Mr. Crawley's a typical Philadelphia hyper-masculine Negro. The majority minority in Filthadelphia reeks of that.

Mari

As a straight black woman,
I used to live in Philadelphia.

It was a very homophobic city,
all around not a great place
to live. I'm back in the Midwest
where people are actually NICE!!!

I feel sorry for anyone who has
to live there, straight or gay!

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