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Neighbors Came Up With Perfect Response After Finding Cross Chained On Gay Street

By Mark Pygas

According to Micah Latter, who lives on Gay Street in New York City, someone has been chaining a massive wooden cross to various fences around her neighborhood since Good Friday. It's fairly safe to say that whoever is responsible is trying to make a statement, which is odd considering that the street was named in 1833, when the word 'gay' had a much different meaning. 

Latter explains on Instagram that the cross first showed up chained and locked to her apartment gate, and that the owner kept moving it around every few days. So this weekend, Latter's neighborhood banded together to make sure whoever is moving the cross gets a surprise when they next pay a visit. 

They turned it into a "love cross" by painting it in the rainbow colors of the pride flag.