A security guard at San Francisco’s Contemporary Jewish Museum (“connecting art, people and ideas”) told two women to stop holding hands. This did not go well for him:
Daryl Carr, museum spokesman, says museum officials are active in supporting the LBGT community and that they have asked that the guard, who works for a private security company, be reprimanded.
The kicker? This happened at an exhibit on the life of author, thinker and cultural patron Gertrude Stein, who was a lesbian.