Faith in Humanity: Momentarily Restored

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Reblog from Huffington Post:

Article by Joel Diaz

If you live in the Columbus, Ohio area, please stop by Mikey’s Late Nite Slice for a piece of pizza with a generous helping of human decency.  Nicely done, folks.

The Incredible Story of What Happened When Two Gay Men Were Harassed While Waiting for Pizza

This past weekend I was a part of something incredible that happened in my community of Columbus, Ohio. After a fun night out in the Short North, my friend Ethan and I ventured down the street to a popular pizza truck called Mikey’s Late Night Slice. As a frequent late night visitor to the truck I knew the requisite wait in line is part of the process for securing an insanely good slice of pizza. It was really cold so Ethan and I were holding hands and standing close together to keep warm, we were laughing and joking about all the fun we’d had that night, when all of the sudden the guy in front of us turns around and tells us to cut our “gay shit” out…. (cont.)

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