posted on Oct, 23 2019 @ 10:38 PM
One nice sunny day In Waikiki somewhere in 1984 I walked into this nice outdoor bar with a killer Banyan tree in it and fell in love with the waitress
we'll say is Karen. Eventually I found out this bar was a high percentage of gay which didn't really bother me as there were some really nice straight
women there - and Karen.
The bar is the infamous Hulas Bar and Lei Stand and sooner then later I ended up being friends with most the staff and bouncers, one bartender, we can
call Ritchie was an exceptionally groovy dude and always gave me a good word as far as Karen was concerned.
Around the corner was this gay bar called Hamburger Marys. These two bars were completely separated/segregated as the Marys crowd was a bit extreme.
Sex acts on the dance floor, cat calling out to the street, drug use and more sex acts in the bathroom. The staff at Hulas was not groovy with all
that and more times than not Marys crowd was not allowed in Hulas.
Trans people were also not looked well upon at Hulas because of their..... Ummmmmm. Almost militant attitudes and actions especially in the bathrooms.
Ritchie would flip his wig if a trans person tried to get in Hulas and although good ole Ritchie was a self declared Flaming Queen he had zero
tolerance for trannys or Mahus.
There's a park, Kapiolani Park, and at the far end was what you could call Mahu Beach. It would take one time walking by there, being a straight male,
to remember avoiding that stretch of beach. It's kind of funny as you would walk past the Gay part of that stretch and it would be no problem but when
you got to the Mahu part the cat calling and offers of this, that and the other thing would come at you like you have never seen.
Remember. A racist alone is mostly quiet while racists in numbers are far more dangerous.
In numbers you were basically helpless in that crowd of Mahus.
At this time I was in my early 20s, worked on the beach as a Waikiki Beach Boy for Leroy and Bobby Ah Choy.
Also, far from the Lady Boys of Porn these Mahus were big and tougher than your average Joe or Josephine.
We never harassed these people as a 6' 4" man wearing a MuuMuu was nothing to tangle with.
Honestly it was US Marines we used to chase down and beat up. Last I checked Marines are not a protected class because of all that.
Here's the problem as I see it.
You can look at a picture of a dead rotting fish but until you can smell it the impact is diminished greatly. I don't think a lot of these Pro Trans
people have ever smelled the fish, they really don't know what they are talking about as they see the rainbow and the colorful hair, painted on
smiles, etc and that's the only picture they have.
Now don't get me wrong, I believe in reincarnation thus I believe a woman's "soul" can get trapped in a male body and vice verse switchy poo around
but I would believe these people don't necessarily want society to change for them and just want to be.
The ones that want to force society to change just for them are the ones that worry me.
Men will always have a stronger sex drive, thus the international Gay Cruising network of bathrooms they list for casual encounters. The drag queens
however have the suped up sex drive which is why they are the way they are and why Ritchie and Hulas didn't have the appetite for them in their
establishment. Blow jobs on the dance floor was kind of a no no at Hulas.
This is why Jonathon is a pervert and this is why I'm strongly opposed to Drag Queen story time.
I ended up working for the owners of Hulas in their other bar The Wave. We had great fun, stories no one would believe, we had gay friends and no one
really cared - everyone coexisted fine so I don't really get how all of a sudden gay people are oppressed but that's another story.
What's sad is this.
I know of one bartender that was around back in that day. It would be nice to bump into him and shoot the # about old times, I do know where he works
but frankly I've had it and I no longer tolerate this stuffs because of the SJW take on it all and, well, its left a very bad taste in my mouth. All
this movement to give people special rights, like winning a women's bike race will only backfire and create resentment which is also sad but whatever.