New York wants its population, which fled to Florida during the pandemic, to move back so they can say the word ‘gay.’
Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach are among five cities New York City is targeting in a new ad campaign aimed at the LGBTQ-Plus calling Florida’s Parental Rights in Education law shameful.
Mayor Eric Adams is inviting the gay community via billboards to come to a city where they can say whatever they want even to young children.
The Big Apple mayor yesterday announced the launch of the digital billboard campaign that’ll run through May 29th.
He says families living in fear of what he sees as state-sponsored discrimination will always have a home in New York City an apparent reference to a new law in Florida that critics have dubbed “Don’t Say Gay.” The bill was nicknamed because a portion prohibits “classroom discussion about sexual orientation or gender identity in extremely young grade levels.” The bill, which Florida Governor Ron DeSantis signed into law last week, has sparked anger from many LGBTQ activists, celebrities and companies such as Disney.