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Go to Page Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I would first like to say I am biased in some ways as a gay person but I hope everyone reading this can understand I'd like to look at this in a professional perspective
I do suspect, and this is just speculation, that the levee was a place of assignation, a cruising spot. Outdoor cruising spots have been pretty common in gay history: famous ones were Hempstead Heath in London, the Siegesaule in the Berlin Tiergarten, and the square in front of the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow. In Ohio gay writer Edmund White mentions Fountain Square in its original version a gay cruising spot and pick-up place. For Dayton perhaps this place, which might have been more a meeting place rather than a sex space. Another thing that leads me to think this was the orginal Levee is that nearby Robert Boulevard was a place of residence for gay men.