Alexander Hay

Jun 23, 2018

2 min read

A Discouraging Afternoon in Old Town Vienna

This afternoon I walked into the Old Town of Vienna to check out all the nice things my tourist guide suggested I should go and see. I had imagined there would be beautiful old buildings, shops, hearty food, and music. Well three out of four is not so bad. Instead of music the Old Town was dominated by roaming bands of discontented LGBTXYZ protesters led by some loud obnoxious hag yelling about how neo-Nazis were oppressing her and others like her surrounded by bands of police prepared to crush the demonstration if it turned nasty.

It did not turn nasty, at least not nasty enough to justify police interference, and the police seemed terribly bored and irritated. Just like me.

Among the various bands of angry LGBTXYZs were two handsome men walking together hand in hand… stumbling along wearing very uncomfortable women’s high heels. I just do not get it. Why????? Each man was very good looking… as a man, but neither would have made a very good looking woman, at least in my opinion. I am not sure if it was the beards, the broad shoulders, masculine facial features, etc. Clearly they were not attracted to each other because they looked like good looking women. They were attracted to each other because they were very good looking men, and I suppose that was what they liked.

What is wrong with that????

I am not the bigot saying that there is something wrong with them. They are the ones! They and others like them are the ones saying that there is something wrong with being a man.

What’s wrong with being a man? Can’t a gay guy walk around town with his boy friend without having to wear ridiculous and uncomfortable women’s clothing???

Just when I thought it could not get any worse a small group of angry lesbians came walking down the street towards me. I noticed that in addition to the lovely rainbow flags they had deposited in various parts of their bodies, they were wearing the same white shirt with the black letters boldly written:


Well that is some good advice. We certainly would not want anyone using that thing without proper supervision from the proper people. No. Best to show no inclination of thinking; just smile and nod, shuck and jive. Can I say shuck and jive? Probably not.

Vienna is a very nice place. Not incredibly exciting, but that is rather as I like it. But this afternoon was rather discouraging. I hope it is just the mindless reflexive response of the Regressive Left as Austria turns away from the foolishness of Political Correctness.

I hope.

Alexander Hay is a US lawyer now living in Tbilisi, Republic of Georgia. Some have accused him of being a curmudgeon, but what do they know???? Noisy kids!

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