All The Ways The English Language Allows Politicos To Gay-Bait

“Lives in San Francisco.” “Lifelong bachelor.” “Fussy.” Those are just some of the ways political candidates and their operatives will frame an opponent to insinuate he’s gay. If you’re just joining us, a primer from Margaret Wheeler Johnson. Makes you long for the days Democrat Bill Allain and Republican Leon Bramlett’s 1983 Mississippi gubernatorial showdown.