In a move deemed long overdue, the controversial "No U-turn" and "No Cruising" traffic signs in Silver Lake have been removed amid accusations of homophobia. Reportedly, these signs installed in Silver Lake, also known as the Gay neighbourhood, were installed in 1997 to target and persecute the members of the LGBT community, specifically Gay men. The videos of the sign removal event shared by councilmember Hugo Soto-Martinez show the council members removing the signs from the neighbourhood amid cheers from the bystanders. Pride Month 2024 Theme, History and Significance: All You Need To Know About the Month That Celebrates the LGBTQ Community.

LA Removes 'No U-Turn', 'No Cruising' Signs from Gay Neighbourhood 

Signs Targeting LGBT Community Removed in LA

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