Future of Gay

We asked our readers, in a Facebook poll, to hypothesize about LGBT life 45 years from now. Will antigay prejudice be a thing of the past by 2057? If so, what will occupy our minds?

BY Advocate Contributors

August 24 2012 4:00 AM ET


A lesbian in the White House — with her first lady
By then we hope we’ll have had an openly gay president. Many think it will be a lesbian who will finally put our economy in order, stop the wars, and fight for equal pay and health insurance for all, regardless of gender or color or shape. Someone hoped for comedian Kate Clinton to be in the Oval Office taking life by the balls (figuratively speaking), but that might take another miracle—the old girl will be 110 that year. (Comments by Duane Beach, Lisa Edvabsky, Jamie Munch, Michael Mullany)

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