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12/03/2007

Non-sleeping city seeks same-sex sleeping tourists

by Jeremy Hooper

New York City, the home of this humble website and scribe, is specifically reaching out to attract gay tourists, reports the NY Post. As part of that campaign, commercials are running on outlets like the Logo network, and print ads like this one have been placed in such publications as Out:

(Click for full size. Oh, and be sure to notice the guy dressed as an angel and carrying a Pride flag in bottom right)
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The new campaign ramps up New York's other efforts to attract gay people: Not shunning and condemning them when they arrive.

COME ON OUT! CITY'S 1ST BID TO WOO GAY TOURISTS [NY Post]

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Your thoughts

OH REALLY??? Come On! When's the last time you saw an aardvark walking down the streets of NYC?

Posted by: Timothy | Dec 3, 2007 4:49:39 PM

Actually, a couple weeks ago, I did see an aardvark riding the G train. I'd just gotten on at Lorimer and needed to get to Hoyt-Schermerhorn (was on my way to the NYC Transit Museum), and there was this aardvark riding with a porcupine across the aisle from me. Kind of odd, but, it was the G train. You can really never know what to expect on the G.

Posted by: Tony | Dec 4, 2007 3:11:30 AM

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