The bars, meanwhile, wanted raids to end—for the sake of their bottom lines. BOB K His group came from the Gay bar — which plays music on Wednesdays attracting a straight crowd — where he was recognized and applauded In the parking lot, they found a woman being hit by members of presumably an Asian gang. Also in the mob of between and 1, were other groups that had had unsuccessful confrontations with the police, and were curious how the police were defeated in this situation. Patrons had the time of their life at this gay club. In Maya skirmish broke out around Cooper's Doughnuts, a shabby all-night Los Angeles coffee shop frequented by hustlers and their customers, when gays threw coffee cups and paper plates at police officers rather than submit to arbitrary arrests.
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An editorial in the Washington Blade compared the scruffy, violent activism during and following the Stonewall riots to the lackluster response to failed promises given by President Obama; for being ignored, wealthy LGBT activists reacted by promising to give less money to Democratic causes. When Bob Kohler asked for clothes and money to help the homeless youth who had participated in the riots, many of whom slept in Christopher Park or Sheridan Square, the response was a discussion on the downfall of capitalism. New York City.
Throughout the s, gay activism had significant successes.