Okay, there were 25 people.
But it would be deeply Corenophobic to dispute my claims, even though my house could never contain a million people; but then Yonge Street would have to be full – five people deep – from Lake Ontario to Barrie for there to be a million people present, virtually doubling the population of downtown Toronto. So, two absurd statements. (…)
One more thing. A woman police sergeant who worked the parade for three years told me that the number of sexual assault charges was incredibly high, perhaps higher than at any other time in the year, during the Gay Pride weekend.
I asked her if she would go public, but she laughed and said she liked her job.