What do you do to protect yourself when walking through the gayborhood?
Craig Ledbetter — "I’m always with somebody. You think you’re safe with two. Obviously not."
Anton Shaw — "I never walk by myself. If I’m by myself, I ask a security guard to walk me to my car."
Eric Delockroy — "Pay for parking is the best thing you can do."
Mark Milburn — "I’m just aware of my surroundings."
Travis Knoll — "I’m straight raised by a gay father and haven’t encountered the issue. It’s hard to defend yourself. Hatred doesn’t go away."
Danny Palacio — "Years ago I lived on Throckmorton and Congress. We would run and keep our eyes open. Be aware of your surroundings."
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This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition May 21, 2010.