An Argument Against Spokane's Planned Gay District Business owners and gay activists in Spokane, Washington, are making a plan to create a gay district. They envision a neighborhood like the Castro in San Francisco, with gay-friendly businesses and lots of gay residents. Commentator Michael Alvear thinks it's a bad idea.
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An Argument Against Spokane's Planned Gay District

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An Argument Against Spokane's Planned Gay District

An Argument Against Spokane's Planned Gay District

An Argument Against Spokane's Planned Gay District

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Business owners and gay activists in Spokane, Washington, are making a plan to create a gay district. They envision a neighborhood like the Castro in San Francisco, with gay-friendly businesses and lots of gay residents. Commentator Michael Alvear thinks it's a bad idea.