I don’t know how common it is for all gay people, but I live in fear. Every time I enter an empty public bathroom, big or small, I wonder if my head will meet the exposed piping of the urinal. Every time I walk alone at night on a poorly lit or sparsely populated street, I wonder if I’ll make it…
“The single biggest challenge [we face] is what I refer to as the Dropbox problem. Dropbox is an online data storage platform… Once you use it, you are hooked. But until you use it, you don’t know what it is or how it works, which is exactly what we’re up against. Our platform is applicable for everyone who spends time in buildings, which is all of us. But our single biggest challenge is raising awareness for people to participate, spend time, and tell their friends.”—
Sign up for an invite now — and please, tell your friends! This will be HUGE, especially for those of us who live in cities. Imagine a place where renters and buyers have a voice, where you can learn about what’s actually going on inside a building before you sign a $3,000-a-month lease on it. (How crazy is it that there’s nothing like this already?)
I know you’ve got a lot to say about the buildings where you live and work — let’s hear it.